Furniture, fixtures and disposal of non-current assets, Auditing

Furniture, Fixtures and Disposal of Non-Current Assets

Furniture, fixtures and fittings

The only matter here to note is the depreciation of fittings and fixtures.  Since of their nature, this is mostly done on replacement basis than calculated and then charged on an annual basis.  However the initial cost is capitalized and several subsequent replacements are charged to the loss and profit account as they are happen.  Furniture is depreciated simply like and machinery plant.

Disposal of Non-current Assets

The matter here is authorization for disposal and the rejection of the assets related from the records.  The auditor tries to make sure which the value obtained was reasonable either through looking on valuations obtained independently also from professional value's previous to the disposal and looking at the book value of the asset and concerned values for assets of such nature.

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