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International fair value accounting

International Financial Reporting Standard No. 16 provides companies the option of valuing property, plant, and equipment at either historical cost or fair value. If fair value is selected, then the property, plant, and equipment must be revalued periodically to fair value. Under fair value, if there is an increase in the value of the property, plant, and equipment during the reporting period, then the increase is credited to stockholders’ equity. However, if there is a decrease in fair value, then the decrease is reported as an expense for the period.

How is the international accounting treatment for changes in fair value for property, plant, and equipment similar to investments?

To determine

Investment: The act of allocating money to buy a monetary asset, in order to generate wealth in the future is referred to as investment.

To explain: The similarities in valuation of property, plant, and equipment and the valuation of investments under international financial reporting

Explanation

The following are the similarities in valuation of property, plant, and equipment and the valuation of investments under international financial reporting:

  • The increase in fair value of investments are reported in stockholders’ equity directly...

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