What is capital expenditure, Financial Accounting

Calculat capital expenditure, How to define Capital expenditure

This is kind of expenditure on fixed assets like as plant or equipment, the cost of which is spread over several accounting periods through process of depreciation. The cost of the fixed assets or you can say less the depreciation accumulated to date is "capitalised" in the balance sheet. The depreciation charged each year is a cost in the loss and profit account.

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