January 16, 2012
Adjusting Lower Cost
The paperwork is needed so that the inventory can be check and figured out the true value of the inventory. A better way at looking any logical justification for cost or market inventory valuation is that a stock of items is necessary to expedite production and sales. If inventory become obsolescence, goes through physical deterioration, and price declines occur, or even if the stock when finally utilized cannot be expected to realize its stated cost plus a normal profit margin. Reduction in inventory value is an additional cost of the goods produced and sold during the time that they decline value occurred (www.accountingformangement.com). Capitalizing Interest on Building Construction
When there is a building that is involved in the business either one that is already been built or is being built the company wants to make sure that the company is capitalizing on the interest. When dealing with interest a company wants to make sure that the company is getting the most out of the company’s money. To make sure that the company is budgeted right for any building construction as one has to pay interest on any loan that the company has for building construction. Want to make sure that the company can handle this type of interest before taking on such a project. Capitalizing interest is added to the cost of any self constructed, long term asset that the company acquires (accountingcoach.com). Any interest that is specified by a pronouncement is then added to the cost of the project. Any capitalizing interest will be a part of the asset’s cost reported on the company’s balance sheet and then will be part of the asset’s depreciation expense that will be reported in future income statement (accountingcoach.com).
Gain or Loss
A company has to report any gain or losses that the company may have throughout the year. When a company purchases any item such as a...
Schroeder, R. G., Clark, M. W., & Cathey, J. M. (2011). Financial accounting theory and analysis: Text readings and cases (10th ed.). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.
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