Asked Jan 16, 2020

Neville Enterprises has a number of fully depreciated
assets that are still being used in the main operations of
the business. Because the assets are fully depreciated, the
president of the company decides not to show them on
the balance sheet or disclose this information in the notes.
Evaluate this procedure.


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