Asset valuation plays a key role in finance and often consists of both subjective and objective measurements. Assets are categorized into tangible and intangible assets. Tangible assets are typically physical assets or property owned by a company, such as land, plant machinery, vehicles, inventory and furniture. Tangible assets are the assets that companies use to produce their product and service. Intangible assets are those assets whose cost cannot be arrived at directly. They are not physical, but still have a value attached to it. A patented idea, goodwill, software, intellectual property rights, brand value are some examples of intangible assets. The value of a company's fixed assets is simpler to evaluate, based on their book values and replacement costs. However, intangible assets such as goodwill, company's brand and intellectual property are critical in valuation process. This is where an expert consultancy firm like Pune based LCPL offers years of experience and expertise. Indeed, one of the skill-set our team prides on is the proper evaluation of intangible assets.
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