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What Is Fixed Asset Depreciation?

What Is Fixed Asset Depreciation?

Fixed Asset Depreciation Can Be a Headache or a Breeze – You Choose Fixed assets are company assets that have an expected useful life of more than one year, such as buildings, office equipment, or machinery. Over time, these items depreciate in value until they have...

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4 Key Tax Strategies to Generate Cash Flow

4 Key Tax Strategies to Generate Cash Flow

The past few years have brought considerable changes to the tax codes. The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act), Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA), and Energy Policy Act (EPACT) offer immense opportunities for companies to accelerate or increase...

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Top 9 Cash Flow Planning Tips

Top 9 Cash Flow Planning Tips

It’s financial reporting and tax time. Do you want more write-offs to offset income? Are you struggling to get more cash flow? Are you mired too deeply in other activities to do something about this? Let us help you. Here are nine Cash Flow Planning Tips that are sure...

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Fixed Asset System vs ERP Fixed Asset Module At a Glance

Fixed Asset System vs ERP Fixed Asset Module At a Glance

Your organization has just selected a new Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system. The next decision: choosing a dedicated fixed asset system vs ERP fixed asset module. Many factors go into the decision of whether to manage fixed assets using an add-on module from...

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Mastering Your Fixed Assets: Ghost and Zombie Assets

Mastering Your Fixed Assets: Ghost and Zombie Assets

Ghosts and Zombies. Yikes! They’re two hidden enemies – and not just in the movies. Many companies are familiar with the concepts of ghost and zombie assets, but fail to fully grasp the depth of the risks they pose to an organization. What are Ghost and Zombie Assets?...

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The Importance of Fixed Asset Inventories

The Importance of Fixed Asset Inventories

Implementing a fixed asset inventory solution is vital for organizations for many reasons. A proper accounting of assets can save time and money, reduce theft, improve planning and budgeting, eliminate “ghost and zombie assets,” and help an organization recover after...

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