Definition of intangible assets

Accounting for financial assets available for sale  September 14, 2011 – 04:22 pm
definition for intangible

Accounting for financial assets available for sale

Available for sale financial assets, accounting for complex and special follow-up, both the characteristics of trading financial assets, but also reflects the characteristics of investments held to maturity.

Fair value can be reliably measured for investment in stocks, bonds, etc., the intention is not clear if the company holds, can not be classified as trading financial assets held to maturity investments, it should be handled as available for sale financial assets .

Accounts available for sale financial assets, accounting standards, squeeze down its definition to the form will not be identified as the other three types of financial assets, equity and debt investments credited to the account.

Available for sale financial assets, accounting is rather special, on the one hand it should be subsequently measured at fair value, but different from the trading of financial assets available for sale financial assets at fair value through equity; the other for claims the formation of investment available for sale financial assets, the accounting period but also in a similar-maturity investments at amortized cost form calculate return on investment.

1 available for sale financial assets, interest income during the holding period of treatment

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The wealth we have today is backed by a lot of things, gold, silver, land, service, product, etc. And all these tangible and intangible assets make up the entire capital wealth of the US to be $58T. This is not liability nor debt, this is wealth.
Wealth is asset minus liability.
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