fixed-assets register


fixed-assets register
= assets register; = plant register
A listing of the fixed assets of a company. It records a description of the asset, its location, cost, revaluation, estimated net value, estimated useful economic life, depreciation method, accumulated provision for depreciation, and net book value

Accounting dictionary. 2014.

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