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being five more than fifty

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If its value in place (the net present value of remaining cash flows) falls below its abandonment value (the amount that could be obtained through sale or other disposal), the asset should be abandoned and an impairment realized.
If the asset's value in place declines but remains greater than its abandonment value, the asset should be retained.
At this point, a company should explicitly consider abandoning the asset in question by estimating the value of the asset in place and comparing the result with the abandonment value.
If the abandonment value is $110,000 in each case, the decisions are obvious: asset A should be abandoned; assets B and C should be retained.
Emery, "Asset Growth, Abandonment Value and the Replacement Decision of Like-for-Like Capital Assets," Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis (June 1980), pp.