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all things, such as money, property, or goods, having economic value

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Unfortunately, students projected to enter college in September 2008 may be in a financial aid trap, because income earned on asset dispositions in 2007 or 2008 is counted for financial aid purposes and subject to income tax.
Therefore, corporations are taking increasing responsibility for the permanent removal of information from retired hard drives by partnering with IT asset disposition solution providers.
Properly value the assets (critical in a merger or acquisition where the asset value appears on the balance sheet).
Generally assets are considered current if they can be converted into cash in the normal operations of the firm within the operating period.
Learning Asset Integration (LAI) is the capturing, organizing, life-cycle management, and open access to a broad spectrum of learning assets in one or more central digital repositories.
The IABC Research Foundation's latest research project, debuting at the 2003 Toronto international conference, will help communication practitioners help their clients connect intangible assets to the corporate bottom line.
Since the intangible asset is licensed to an affiliate, it automatically has a value separate from goodwill.
B) The initial year's provision for the ATRR shall be ten percent of the principal amount of each specified international asset, or such greater or lesser percentage determined by the Federal banking agencies.
By contrast, the asset-based lending market is more stable, a natural occurrence in that the borrowing power of a company's assets is characteristically more stable than its earnings.
However it will be crucial in the world of very low or zero inflation to avoid excessive swings in asset values that tend to bring "aggravated" downturns.
Administrators can begin by creating a mission statement that shows how an asset forfeiture program will deter crimes, compensate victims, serve the community, and remain within legal boundaries.
Simply stated, a company wants to use the benchmark to influence asset manager behavior.
In a sort of thrust-and-parry encounter, each effort by the government to make asset preservation more difficult has been met with new legal end-runs: gifting, irrevocable asset preservations trusts, annuities, Miller Trusts, qualified domestic relations orders, life estates, and so on.
First, SFAS 121 is examined to determine if the recognition criteria and other requirements of the Standard can ensure that management accounts for asset impairments in a timely fashion.
Although it might appear to the nursing home industry that Congress has moved closer to holding the "offending party" accountable in transfer of asset cases, Section 4734 is no panacea.