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September 29, 2015 10:38AM
I'm getting along good making the sale of assets that have been depreciated out. A problem I'm running into is for improvements that were made to assets that the accountant has taken the improvement off the depre schedule for one reason or another (eg re classified as expenses in 2014) and left the asset on the book. For example a pu in 2014 was purchased then a feed bed added to it. I had added the feed bed as an improvement to the pu. The accountant left the asset in the fixed assets but took off the feed bed. Don't know how to handle this. Have also run across it in in prior years as an improvement to a corp owned house. House still on the books, improvement taken off. Would appreciate your help and suggestions. Mary Paul.
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Change of acctg methods adjustment entries

Mary Paul WilliamsSeptember 25, 2015 04:33PM

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Mary Paul WilliamsSeptember 29, 2015 10:38AM

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Mary Paul WilliamsOctober 06, 2015 10:35AM

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