non current asset

4 factors that contribute to the depreciation of the fixed asset

Depreciation is the allocation of the Depreciable amount of an asset over its estimated useful life. This allocated amount is charged against the income statement/Profit and Loss Account.

Factors that contribute to depreciation of a Fixed asset are:

  • Physical deterioration/Expected physical wear and tear.
  • Obsolescence/Economic factors.
  • Depletion (Natural resources such as mines)
  • Legal limit/Time factor.
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2 conditions which must be present in order to classify a non current asset as being held for sale.

IFRS 5 (non-current asset held for sale and discontinued operation) set out the principles governing the measurement and presentation of a non-current assets that are expected to be realized through sale rather than through continuing use. The standard also deals with reporting the results of operations that qualify as discontinued.


We classify a non-current asset as ‘held for sale’ if

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What are non-current assets register?

The non-current asset register is the subsidiary ledger detailing the individual items of plant and equipment. The register records the cost of each asset and of any additions or alterations and the accumulated depreciation charged against it. Balances in the register reconcile with the written down value of the plant and equipment account in the general ledger.



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