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2006-14, which provides heavy equipment dealers with a safe-harbor accounting method for using the replacement cost method for valuing heavy equipment parts inventory.
businesses are able to recoup more quickly the rapid increases in the replacement cost of the products they manufacture or purchase.
a leading provider of Insurance-to-Value Internet applications, announced an agreement to integrate e2Value's Replacement Cost Tools with CDS' RiskMeter Online service.
Local contractor replacement cost estimates eliminate some of the problems with the valuation models and can accurately reflect the cost of labor and materials in your area.
The first step of valuation is to determine the replacement cost of the asset.
Since there is a general agreement as to the replacement cost formula, whether a particular reproduction functional obsolescence formula is correct, is easily determined mathematically.
The Jaskos conceded this point but claimed the insurance policy should be considered separate from the ownership of the home, and therefore the legal fees incurred to regain the house's full replacement cost should be deductible.
There are two basic kinds of coverage for contents -- replacement cost and actual cash value.