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Hdoes a company account for the disposal of an asset?how does it report gains and losses on its financial statments. *Distinction between addition and improvment and should be a company account for each

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*Hdoes a company account for the disposal of an asset?how does it report gains and losses on its financial statments.

*Distinction between addition and improvment and should be a company account for each

 

 

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