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Goodwill Impairment

See Also: Goodwill Accounting Term Fair Market Value Asset Market Value vs Asset Book Value Intangible Assets Goodwill Impairment Definition Goodwill impairment is goodwill that is now lower in value than at the time of purchase. Goodwill is an intangible asset that sellers are willing to pay for; brand, reputation, a large customer base, strong

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Liquidation Valuation

See Also: Bankruptcy Information Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Bankruptcy Chapter 12 Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Bankruptcy Costs How to Make Dramatic Changes in Business Bankruptcy Courts Liquidation Valuation Definition Liquidation valuation is the value of a company that is bankrupt or going out of business. It is the value of the company’s assets, according

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Intangible Assets

See Also: Current Assets Financial Assets Fixed Assets Goodwill Accounting Term Research and Development Intangible Assets Definition An intangible asset is a right or non-physical resource of a company. They are usually developed as a result of an acquisition that has been made, or years of research and development to develop a process or idea.

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Goodwill Accounting Term

See Also: Accounting Income vs Economic Income Depreciation Cash Flow Statement Income Statement Generally Accepted Accounting Principles Goodwill Accounting Term Meaning The goodwill accounting term is an intangible asset. It represents non-physical assets, such as brand name and reputation, and shows up on the asset side of a company’s balance sheet. A company often acquires

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Going Concern Value

See Also: Valuation Methods Value Drivers: Building Reliable Systems to Sustain Growth Value Chain Liquidation Valuation Asset Market Value versus Asset Book Value Going Concern Value Definition The going concern value definition is the value of a company under the assumption that it will continue to operate for the foreseeable future. This is in contrast to

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In accounting, amortization refers to the periodic expensing of the value of an intangible asset. Similar to depreciation of tangible assets, intangible assets are typically expensed over the course of the asset’s useful life. It represents reduction in value of the intangible asset due to usage or obsolescence. Basically, intangible assets decrease in value over time, and amortization

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