Financial Reporting - AMORITIZATION OF CERTAIN INTANGIBLE ASSETS - Any corporation that acquires intangible assets must decide whether to amortize them. When the asset has a contractual or legal life, the decision isn't as straightforward and CPAs must dig deeper into its useful life. For CFOs, financial managers and external auditors.
|Year of Publication:||
|Contributors:||Mueller, Jennifer M.|
|Type of Publication:||Article|
|Title record from database:|| OLC-SSG Economic Sciences|
|Availability:||More access options|
|More options (other):|
|Description not available.|
Saved in bookmark lists
Similar items by author
The effects of experience and data presentation format on an auditing judgment
By: Anderson, John C. Published: (2005)
Technology Workshop - WORK SMARTER WITH SMART TAGS - Office XP contains a new feature called a Smart Tag, which acts like a personal robot, finding different kinds of data -- From an address to a stock quote -- And pasting them into a document, a spread-sheet or a presentation. It searches for the information in your computer, the Web or a network.
By: Mueller, Jennifer M. Published: (2002)
INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCES - Helecom Communications: Considering Fraud Risk on an Engagement before and after Analyzing a Key Business Process
By: Ballou, Brian Published: (2005)