Fixed Assets at Cost: Lost Asset Appreciation (& Examples)

Accounting is funny about big ticket items. If a company buys a car, building, large machine, or other big purchase, the asset starts to lose value immediately. On the books (specifically, under the account “Fixed Assets at Cost”), fixed assets lose value at a hefty linear rate. In most cases, this “book value” is very …

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