alternative accounting rules


alternative accounting rules
учет, брит. альтернативные правила учета* (правила оценки некоторых активов, введенные законом "О компаниях", 1985 г. и модифицировавшие ранее принятые правила учета по первоначальной стоимости; было разрешено учитывать нематериальные активы (кроме деловой репутации) по текущим рыночным ценам, материальные активы — по текущей рыночной стоимости, или по рыночной стоимости на момент последней переоценки, или по первоначальной стоимости, инвестиции и ценные бумаги — по текущей цене или чистой возможной цене реализации)
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  • alternative accounting rules — Alternative rules for valuing certain assets under the Companies Act (1985). These rules modify the historical cost convention. According to the modified rules intangible assets may be valued at current cost (with the exception of goodwill).… …   Accounting dictionary

  • accounting — /euh kown ting/, n. 1. the theory and system of setting up, maintaining, and auditing the books of a firm; art of analyzing the financial position and operating results of a business house from a study of its sales, purchases, overhead, etc.… …   Universalium

  • historical-cost accounting — A system of accounting based primarily on the original costs incurred in a transaction. It is relaxed to some extent by such practices as the valuation of stock at the lower of cost and net realizable value and, in the UK, revaluation of fixed… …   Accounting dictionary

  • historical-cost accounting — A system of accounting based on the principle that assets should be valued at historical cost It is relaxed to some extent by such practices as the valuation of stock at the lower of cost and net realizable value and, in the UK, revaluation of… …   Big dictionary of business and management

  • asset classification — The classification of assets as required by law on a balance sheet. Assets must be classified as fixed (i.e. held for use on a continuing basis) or current (i.e. not intended for continuing use but held on a short term basis). Fixed assets are… …   Accounting dictionary

  • modified historical-cost convention — A modification of the historical cost convention in which certain assets are included at revalued amounts rather than their original cost. Modified historical cost accounting is permitted by the Companies Act. See: alternative accounting rules …   Accounting dictionary

  • balance-sheet asset value — The value of an asset as represented on the balance sheet. For tangible fixed assets this is the cost less accumulated depreciation (although freehold land is generally not subject to depreciation). Intangible assets are shown at cost less… …   Accounting dictionary

  • carrying amount — The balance sheet value of an asset or liability. For example, a fixed asset, such as a building, will be shown at the historical cost less the accumulated depreciation to date, using the historical cost convention. Under alternative accounting… …   Accounting dictionary

  • revaluation — An increase in the value of an asset to reflect its current market value. The asset cost account is debited and the revaluation reserve is credited. Under the alternative accounting rules, certain assets may be revalued …   Accounting dictionary

  • revaluation reserve account — asset revaluation reserve The reserve account to which the unrealized profit or loss on revaluation must be taken when the alternative accounting rules are used for the valuation of an asset. Companies have the option of choosing another name for …   Accounting dictionary

  • balance-sheet asset value — The value of an asset as represented on the balance sheet For tangible fixed assets this is the cost less accumulated depreciation (although freehold land is generally not subject to depreciation). Intangible assets are shown at cost less… …   Big dictionary of business and management