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Date: October 2, 2010 at 11:00 pm-by Ali-Comment(s): 5. It’s officially fall! It’s my favorite season and, in my opinion, it’s the best time to.

So here it is – my first blog post ever! On 24th April 2019 I will be doing a long-distance walk over the course of 30 days. I will be walking all 630 miles of The South West Coast Path – Britain’s longest national trail – in memory of my beautiful cousin, Julie Perkins.

Julie sadly died three days after saying she felt like she had the flu, though something seemingly so harmless turned out to be meningococcal septicaemia. Nobody knows how this deadly disease entered her bloodstream, and certainly nobody expected it to target someone like Julie, who would not be classed as typically high risk, as are babies and young adults. Around the world, over 1,000 people die every day from Meningitis, and this is why I will be raising money for The Meningitis Research Foundation, whose simple strategy is to create a world free of Meningitis and septicaemia through research projects.

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Below is a link to my JustGiving page where you can donate to my charity walk. I am extremely grateful for anything you can give to help me reach my target of £1,000 and help fund future research projects to save people like Julie from Meningitis.

With just one week to go, I am feeling quite daunted by having to walk an average of 20 miles a day for 30 days. The route traverses the coastline of the entire South-West peninsula, beginning in Minehead, Somerset and finishing in Poole, Dorset. 630 miles is a huge distance to be walking in one go, and one which I haven’t done before. I have previously undertaken sections of the coastal path, but never attempted the entire route. In the past I have walked the Great Wall of China and scaled both Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania and Mount Toubkal in Morocco for charity, but this time I wanted to keep things a little closer to home, whilst still doing something that would push me both physically and mentally, and I believe this time out from my busy work life in the salon will do just that.

I also feel slightly anxious about not being at home for a whole month without my family, whose support and encouragement have been paramount in the preparation and planning of this big challenge. I have tried to imagine my long days just putting one foot in front of the other day after day, who I’ll meet, and what I’ll learn about myself and the environment around me. I know it will be an emotional challenge, but both Julie’s memory and the great number of people walking with me each day, will undoubtedly keep me going! I have been very moved by the kindness and generosity of everyone, whether friends, family or those I am yet to meet, who have offered their homes to me, or are washing my clothes! Some people have even paid for my accommodation which has been a huge help as I am funding this trip myself so all the money given will go to the Foundation.

I am going to be keeping a video diary and posting it every day on YouTube, so I’ll be able to share this incredible journey with as many people as possible. I intend on showing not just the highs and lows I’ll endure along the way, but also the beauty of the incredible landscapes, quaint little towns and magic that this path has to offer. I’ll be exploring and walking through it all, with the sea always nearby on my right. Finally, I am so grateful to all of my friends and members of my family who have agreed to walk with me along the way to keep me motivated and in good company!

That’s all for now but keep checking my blog regularly for posts about my experience throughout the walk, and of course, share it with friends and family to help me raise as much money as possible for this fantastic charity and worthy cause, in Julie’s memory.

Here is a link to my YouTube channel – keep an eye on it for updates on my video diary, which will begin after my first day of walking:

Hi Folks,

Hope you all are doing great.

We all know that everything happens for a reason. Trust me after reading this article you will get some perfect sense and all those reasons for opening balance migration.

This blog series will cover the strategy to migrate the opening balances from the legacy system to Microsoft Dynamics D365FO. Kindly note that this is Part 1 for the blog post 'Opening Balance Migration'.

Overview

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Whenever we want to move from the legacy system to the new system, we also need to move the opening balances as well. There are a couple of methodologies available to upload and migrate the opening balances. However, here I would like to share my experience to migrate the opening balances.

Master Data

The first step is to upload all the master data in the system. Make sure the respective department head and Finance needs to verify and approve all the following masters

  1. Chart of account
  2. Financial dimensions
  3. Vendor master
  4. Customer master
  5. Fixed asset master
  6. Bank master

Notes for Business

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  • All opening balances will be posted on a cutoff date let's say 1st July 2019.
  • We will use a unique journal and voucher series to upload and post the opening balances so that we can easily identify and verify these transactions.
  • Bank, vendor invoices, vendor advances, and fixed asset acquisition and depreciation will be posted through sub-ledger(Module)
  • Asset account(Debit balance) - As we know that asset account will have a debit balance, so when we migrate balances for asset, bank, AR and inventory we will offset 9999XX account.
  • Liability account(Credit balance) - For liability accounts AP, loans, accumulated depreciation and equity we need to offset 999999 account

Vendor balance (999901 for vendor OB)

We will use the General Journal to upload the vendor balances. Below will be the entry.

  • Credit – Vendor
  • Debit - 999901

To upload the vendor advances, I would suggest creating the new vendor invoice journal.

Make sure to record the description, sales tax group, item sales tax group, invoice number, due date, document, and document date. Below is the SS for your reference

Bank balances (999902 for bank balance)

We will use the General Journal to upload the bank balances.

  • Debit – Bank
  • Credit – 999902

Fixed assets (999903 for fixed assets)

Acquisition

All assets will be acquired by using the fixed asset acquisition journal in the fixed asset module. All the asset will be acquired on the cutoff date that is 1st July 2019. Make sure that in the asset master acquisition date will be set up to 1st July 2019. Also, the status of fixed asset acquisition will be not yet acquired.

Here will be the entry for the fixed asset acquisition

  • Debit – Asset acquisition account
  • Credit - 999903

Once the acquisition journal has been posted business user can view the voucher

Depreciation

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We will use the fixed asset depreciation journal to run the depreciation for the fixed asset. Make sure that the status of all the asset must be 'Open'. The open status means that the fixed asset is already acquired in the system.

Also, in the depreciation fast tab, 'Calculate depreciation' checkmark must be enabled. The system will start calculating the depreciation based on Placed in Service and Depreciation Run date.

Use the depreciation proposal to run the depreciation for all the asset on the 1st July 2019. The system will propose the below entry for the depreciation.

  • Debit – 999903
  • Credit – Accumulated depreciation

Once the fixed asset depreciation has been posted, check the Voucher

Fixed Asset Books Status

Once the fixed asset acquisition and depreciation has been posted we can see that the status of the fixed asset is 'Closed' in the below Screenshot.


Ledger balance (999904 for ledger balance)

In order to upload the opening balances in the Live/production environment, we will create one account 999904. Use the General journal to upload and record the ledger balances. Below is the screenshot for your information.

Reports

For verification purposes following reports are available in the system.

  1. Trial balance
  2. Vendor invoice transactions
  3. Customer invoice transitions
  4. Fixed asset balance report
  5. Bank transactions

Conclusion

  • Once we complete our migration process and post all the Opening balance the net balance of account 9999XX will be zero. Also, we need to suspend this account for future transactions.
  • We also need to suspend the Opening balance journals as well as the voucher series for the opening balance.

If you have any feedback or concern please feel free to share.


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Cheers (Y)

Ali Danish

Microsoft Dynamics D365FO Consultant



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