In turbulent times, market values can decrease dramatically. You need accurate reporting to truly understand the financial health of your business.
Evaluating nonfinancial asset impairment requires intricate knowledge and deep analysis of triggering events, impairment testing, documentation, and disclosures. You need a trusted adviser with expertise in asset impairment reporting who can help you every step of the way.
Economic factors like recession, inflation, and interest-rate hikes can negatively affect the value of assets. Crowe advisers can offer guidance.
Evaluate the impact of asset impairment with experienced accountants. Our advisers deliver clarity on your asset valuations amid economic uncertainty and can assist in walking through the complex accounting assessments, making your reporting more reliable for your team.
What is impairment in accounting? There’s no one-size-fits-all answer or approach, which is why our advisers create custom asset impairment reports based on your unique business needs. Our expertise with the different accounting models in U.S. GAAP guidance gives us the insight to advise you on various asset types, including inventory, goodwill, intangibles, and property, plant, and equipment (PP&E).
Asset impairment accounting is more important than ever when the market is volatile.
It requires rigorous reporting and attention to detail to track down data and assemble thorough documentation needed to forecast cash flows, but the effort has a payoff. Your ability to accurately value your assets and evaluate their cash flows will have a positive impact on the quality of your financial reporting and provide an opportunity to make more informed business decisions. Crowe teams can integrate accounting advisory with valuation services to give you a more complete look at the current state of your assets. Many of our team members are former auditors and know how to create audit-ready deliverables.
Our advisers bring deep experience with impairment assessments for every type of nonfinancial asset class, including intangible assets, PP&E, and goodwill.
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We bring a meticulous and individualized approach to asset impairment accounting for each client. Our specialists will help you understand the impairment considerations for each of your asset classes and share guidance on the proper ordering of impairment testing, what triggering events should lead to impairment testing, and how to calculate impairment, if needed.
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