Qualifying Asset Meaning

In accounting qualifying asset is the term which is used for an asset which takes significant amount of time to get ready whether it’s for future production of company’s products or for selling it to the prospective customers of a company. Some examples of qualifying asset are manufacturing plants, power generation facilities in case of power utility firm and so on. A period of more than 12 months can be considered as significant amount of time; however it depends on policies of the firm and also rules and regulations of the country in which the company is operating.

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