intangible asset

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Synonyms for intangible asset

assets that are saleable though not material or physical

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Summary: Clarity may be required on the associated risks for finance to be extended by banks against name lending compared to lending against intangible assets, comments Mostapha Osman
Ian Ellis, Maximizing Intellectual Property and Intangible Assets: Case Studies in Intangible Asset Finance, Athena Alliance Working Paper 07 (Washington, DC: Athena Alliance, November 2009), http://www.
A ratio of intangible assets to tangible assets from a similar company or an industry average ratio can be applied to the tangible assets of a company to calculate an intangible asset value.
51, Accounting and Financial Reporting for Intangible Assets.
Although intangible asset valuation is still in its infancy in Asia, the potential to nurture this segment is immense.
51, Accounting and Financial Reporting for Intangible Assets, which provides guidance regarding how to identify, account for and report intangible assets.
The available guidance offers many viewpoints and methodologies, which are informed by the background of the writer, the type of intangible asset being valued and the purpose of the valuation.
It provides guidance to AICPA members for an engagement or any part of an engagement that determines the value of a business, an interest in a business, security or an intangible asset.
Many businesses will have significant intangible assets, leading to an inquiry about how these intangible assets will be treated in a like-kind exchange.
They should be encouraged to think through categories such as key customer and vendor relationships, image and brands, management culture and processes, key employees, human resource systems and trade secrets, then to assign value to each critical success item such that the total intangible asset has been accounted for.
A good, professional working relationship with government and regulatory officials in your community is an example of an intangible asset.
In other words, companies must depreciate, or deduct from the value of each intangible asset (and income), the dollar amount of the value used up that year of each intangible for only 10 to 20 years.
The topic of intangible asset valuation within a bankruptcy environment is broad, and we only have space available for an introductory treatment of the topic in this article.