CCH's Corporate Controller's Handbook of Financial Management is a comprehensive source of practical solutions, strategies, techniques, procedures, and formulas covering all key aspects of accounting and financial management. Its examples, checklists, step-by-step instructions, and other practical working tools simplify complex financial management issues and give CFOs, corporate financial managers, and controllers quick answers to day-to-day questions.Note: Fixed assets cannot be written up, except in the case of a discovery of a natural resource or in a purchase combination. ... Land improvements (e.g., driveways, sidewalks, fencing) are capitalized and depreciated over useful life. ... Ordinary repairs to an asset (e.g., tune-up for a car) are expensed because they have a life of less than one year. ... digits method is: 1/1/20X5-9/30/20X5 5/15 x $9, 000 x 9/12 10/1/20X5-12/31/20X54/1 x $9, 000 x 3/12 $2, 850 Depreciation expense foranbsp;...
|Title||:||Corporate Controller's Handbook of Financial Management 2008-2009|
|Author||:||Jae K. Shim, Joel G. Siegel, Nick Dauber|
|Publisher||:||CCH - 2008|