calculated the amount: How do I Process a Journal between an expense account and a cost of sale General Ledge account
Any expense that is posted to the wrong expense account can be moved to another expense account
journal entry (plus menu)
debit the new expense account, $$$
credit the old expense account, $$$
Annual depreciation is entered using a journal entry too, after you have calculated the amount
debit depreciation expense
credit accumulated depreciation-asset
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