fixed assets


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One method is to decrease investment in fixed assets by eliminating surplus assets, consolidating operating fixed assets or by using an off-balance sheet tool (i.
Its solutions, Like-Kind Exchange Matching[TM], WorldPro[TM], and Fixed Assets Manager[TM] (FAM), were built to support the tax practice of one of the largest US accounting firms.
Its solutions, Like-Kind Exchange Matching[TM] (LKEM), WorldPro[TM], and Fixed Assets Manager[TM] (FAM), were built to support the tax practice of one of the largest US accounting firms.
Kintera FundWare's Fixed Assets module enables our organization to operate more efficiently by providing comprehensive asset tracking in one location," said Keith Blundell, comptroller for Victoria College.
The Audit Committee investigation also found that, during the same period, some of the amounts associated with the practices described above were addressed or written off in subsequent accounting entries that were themselves improper, and that similarly improper additions to the Company's fixed assets continued even after such write-offs had occurred.
Not only do IT assets change with greater frequency than most other fixed assets, but there is an enormous amount of very detailed information to contend with," said Toby Redshaw, vice president of IT strategy at Motorola (NYSE:MOT).
Accountable assets, which encompass fixed assets, intellectual property, hazardous materials and sensitive data, can expose corporations and their leaders to undue scrutiny.
5, which extends continuous monitoring to the accounting of capital projects and fixed assets.
1, the first release of Jenzabar EX version 2, delivers a new Fixed Assets module and in-house loan processing functionality.