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A lease is an agreement allowing one party to use another's property, plant, or equipment for a stated period of time in exchange for consideration. Leases have become more prevalent as businesses and consumers look for alternatives to finance the acquisition of fixed assets.
Drawing up a balance sheet means presenting the values of the assets and liabilities of a company. A considerable proportion of the assets are fixed assets. In this book, you will learn what fixed assets are, how to report the value of fixed assets, and how SAP Asset Accounting can support you. Walk through basic asset accounting concepts and identify the impact of IFRS and US GAAP valuation requirements.
Fixed Asset Accounting addresses the GAAP and IFRS accounting for all key fixed asset topics, including capital budgeting, interest capitalization, asset retirement obligations, depreciation, impairment, and disposal. The book delves into many other areas of interest to the accountant, including the record keeping, controls, policies and procedures, measurements, asset tracking, and auditing procedures related to fixed assets.
This is the first handy pocket book on latest statistics on China's social and economic development. It presents comprehensive analysis of China's national economy and social development. It provides facts and figures on topics such as foreign trade and economic cooperation, employment and wages, investment in fixed assets, finance, energy, population, education, public health and social services at both national and provincial levels.
This book is designed to help small-scale entrepreneurs successfully build strong organizations in India's current economic environment. The author draws on his considerable experience as a management consultant to identify eight important mistakes that the small-scale sector commonly makes: excessive or exclusive dependence on the buyer; expanding fixed assets before providing for working capital; borrowing in the cash market to increase stock; doing `informal' business; creating too many firms; marketing myopia, or the inability to look at the needs of customers; hiring employees for reasons other than competence; and unrealistic project planning.
Oracle E-Business Suite Oracle E-Business: A Fixed Asset Perspective Oracle E-Business Suite provides organizations with the most comprehensive and complete integrated global business applications. Oracle E-Business is Fixed Asset Perspective that bridges the gap between integration, functionality, technical, setup and maintenance, and data conversion.
The most common way of constructing portfolios is to use traditional asset allocation strategies, which match the client s risk appetite to a weighted allocation strategy of fixed income, equities, and other types of assets. This method focuses on how the money is allocated, rather than on future returns. The Sortino method presents an innovative change from this traditional approach.
Air superiority will continue to be a prerequisite to military operations in future battle. Air superiority includes not only dominance over manned vehicles (fixed-wing and rotary aircraft), but unmanned threats as well (Theater Ballistic Missiles (TBMs), Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), and cruise missiles). As in past conflicts, defending a joint force against a full array of potential threats will require the services of both Air Force fighter aircraft and Army surface-to-air missiles, working alongside joint C4 ISR assets.
This book clarifies several ambiguous arguments and claims in finance and the theory of the firm. It also serves as a bridge between derivatives, corporate finance and the theory of the firm. In addition to mathematical derivations and theories, the book also uses anecdotes and numerical examples to explain some unconventional concepts. The main arguments of the book are: (1) the ownership of the firm is not a valid concept, and firms objectives are determined by entrepreneurs who can innovate to earn excess profits; (2) the Modigliani-Miller capital structure irrelevancy proposition is a restatement of the Coase theorem, and changes in the firm s debt-equity ratio will not affect equity-holders wealth (welfare), and equity-holders preferences toward risk (or variance) are irrelevant; (3) all firms' resources are options, and every asset is both a European call and a put option for any other asset; and (4) that a first or residual claim between debt and equity is non-existent while the first claim among fixed-income assets can actually affect the market values of these assets.
The comprehensive guide to creating, valuing, and trading today's most innovative fixed-income securities. Financial markets worldwide are being flooded with a wealth of innovative and increasingly complex securities. Now, more than ever, fixed-income professionals must understand how these synthetic instruments are structured and traded, and how to profitably integrate them into an overall financial strategy.
The authors present a new formal framework forfinding the long-run competitive market equilibrium through short-runequilibria by exploiting the operating policies and plant valuations. This short-run approach develops ideas of Boiteux and Koopmans. Applied to the peak-load pricing of electricity generated bythermal, hydro and pumped-storage plants, it gives a sound and practical methodof valuing the fixed assets in this case, the river flows and the geologicalsites suitable for reservoirs.
The study shows that the three Egyptian cities have been able to accumulate fixed informal housing assets worth the equivalent of the government's budget for five years to come. Unleashing the potential of these informal assets through formalization could help the inhabitants of Egypt to show the way to prosperity in the global market economy. The diversity of case material and the specific policy focus make this book an important contribution to the formulation of future urban strategies in the South.
Strategies AND techniques for getting the most out of A COMPANY'S physical assets Accounting for Fixed Assets, Second Edition presents comprehensive guidelines for effectively managing property, plant, and equipment in order to get the maximum benefits out of investments in these long-term tangible assets. Enhanced with numerous examples and illustrations, this new edition features essential material on government accounting, not-for-profit accounting, and practical computer programs.
This book presents a theoretically-based comprehensive analysis of macroeconomic consequences of fiscal policy using a popular economic model: the overlapping generations growth model. A wide range of essential public finance issues is analyzed, including the effects of tax reform on dynamic efficiency, positive and normative effects of public spending, considerations of taxes on fixed assets and monetary holdings, and sustainability of deficits.
Covers applications to risky assets traded on the markets for funds, fixed-income products and electricity derivatives. Integrates the latest research and includes a new chapter on financial modeling.
Physical asset management is the management of fixed or non-current assets such as equipment and plant. Physical Asset Management presents a systematic approach to the management of these assets from concept to disposal. The general principles of physical asset management are discussed in a manner which makes them accessible to a wide audience, and covers all stages of the asset management process, including: initial business appraisal; identification of fixed asset needs; financial evaluation; logistic support analysis; life cycle costing; maintenance strategy; outsourcing; cost-benefit analysis; disposal; and renewal.
Jens HETLAND & Teimuraz GOCHITASHVILI In contrast to oil, natural gas is usually routed through pipeline systems stretched from the wellhead to the end-user although liquefied natural gas (LNG) is gaining increased interest; the commercialisation of natural gas fields is inherently linked to rigid transportation systems that require huge investments in tangible assets fixed to specific locations; the supply of natural gas is constrained by the transportation system, and requires access to appropriate infrastructure for transport and distribution; the trading of natural gas is traditionally associated with long-term contracts, albeit the duration per se of gas transport contracts appears to be less important after the deregulation of the energy markets.