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Accordingly, the prepaid expense would be recognized at the outset of the transaction at the fair value of the asset exchanged or sold.
Unlike standard business credit cards, a prepaid expense card ensures employees never have direct access to the business credit line.
"Businesses have been looking for a card-based employee expense management solution that until now has been available only to the largest companies," says Prepaid Expense Solutions Chief Marketing Officer Michael Noles.
That type of investment, or prepaid expense, would add to the bottom line of the credit unions and help create capital.
Prepaid expenses, which represent items such as insurance or rent, that have been paid for but whose value has not been received nor for which an expense has been charged.
A special kind of prepaid expense is Cash Investment in Growing Crops for perennial crops.
The entry made to record depreciation is similar to recording other adjustments for prepaid expense. The only difference is that the balance sheet adjustment is made to a "contra" account rather than the original asset account.
Given this, the value of the drugs would have certainly been considered a prepaid expense. Further, a dissenting opinion made a strong argument for treating the chemotherapy drugs as inventory.
In general, a cash-basis taxpayer may deduct up to 12 months of prepaid expenses if certain tests under Rev.
At June 30, 2019 the Company had cash on deposit in the amount of $931,204, accounts receivable of $1,430,769, prepaid expenses of $174,615 and inventory of $5,404,788 compared to cash on deposit in the amount of $1,246,244, accounts receivable of $1,224,235, prepaid expenses of $110,258 and inventory of $3,668,401 at December 31, 2018.
Prepaid expenses and other assets increased USD 24.5 million, or 24.9%, to USD 123.0 million at March 31, 2019 from USD 98.5 million at December 31, 2018.
These amounts were included in 'Prepaid expenses and other assets' and 'Accrual expenses and other liabilities,' respectively.