EXECUTIVE SUMMARY * Intangible assets are a big part of contemporary business, and many executives think innovation and related intangible assets now represent the principal basis for growth.
What does IA stand for?
IA stands for Intangible Assets
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We have 87 other meanings of IA in our Acronym Attic
- Institute of Aging
- Institute of Astronomy
- Instituti Albanologjik (Albanological Institute, Kosova)
- Institutional Adaptation (US Army)
- Institutional Advancement (various schools)
- Instruction and Assessment
- Instructional Assistant
- Instrument Airplane
- Instrumentation Amplifier
Samples in periodicals archive:
Inclusions The following intangible assets are covered by Sec.
Many businesses will have significant intangible assets, leading to an inquiry about how these intangible assets will be treated in a like-kind exchange.
The IABC Research Foundation's latest research project, debuting at the 2003 Toronto international conference, will help communication practitioners help their clients connect intangible assets to the corporate bottom line.
We think that in today's economy, the intangible assets of a corporation are more valuable than land, buildings and cash," explains Nandan Nilekani, the company's CEO.
142 also discusses intangible assets in addition to goodwill.
Those new criteria will improve the usefulness of financial statements because more information about acquired intangible assets will be provided than is available under current accounting rules.
The analysis and appraisal of intangible assets is becoming a progressively more common component of the corporate bankruptcy and reorganization process.