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invisible

1. Economics of or relating to services rather than goods in relation to the invisible balance
2. Economics an invisible item of trade; service

What does it mean when you dream about being invisible?

Invisibility is a natural symbol of the unconscious mind. Also, something that is forgotten. Hidden influences.

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The following are a few examples of intangible assets that are considered as passive income generators - computer software, patents, copyrights, licenses, franchises, trade-marks and goodwill.
Kenan Patrick Jarboe and Roland Furrow, Intangible Asset Monetization: The Promise and the Reality, Athena Alliance Working Paper 03 (Washington, DC: Athena Alliance, April 2008), http://www.
Data Steel City Re has collected since late 2005 affirms that superior intangible asset stewards experience greater sales, net income, earnings multiples and stock price stability and reward shareholders with above average returns.
But, at its simplest, an intangible asset value can be calculated by looking at the difference between a company's total equity value and the value of its net tangible assets.
34, Basic Financial Statements--and Management's Discussion and Analysis--for State and Local Governments, included intangible assets within the scope of the term capital assets as defined by that statement (paragraph 19).
The MTI team that was present at the signing ceremony was also part of a training programme on the valuation models and solutions thus gearing MTI for the effective roll-out of intangible asset valuation across Asia and Middle East.
Statement 51 provides guidance that specifically addresses the unique nature of intangible assets, including:
Regulatory and accounting literature in particular specifies that an intangible asset possesses the following characteristics: legal existence and protection, private ownership, transferability, and evidence of its existence (such as a contract, license, registration, listing or other documentation).
In the first transaction, on Date 1 the taxpayer transferred the tangible and intangible assets pertaining to the business of Corporation 1 to Buyer 1.
In the family business arena, substantial "art" must be applied to valuing the intangible assets and assessing their sustainability or vulnerability to loss.
But, a positive working environment is another example of an intangible asset.