REPLACEMENT COST Definition

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REPLACEMENT COST is the total cost at current prices of an asset that is not necessarily an exact duplicate of the subject asset but serves the same purpose or function as the original.

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DIVIDEND DATE: The payment date remains the same over the life of the issue, but the board of directors must approve or declare each individual payment. On the date that a board declares a dividend, it also sets a record date and ex-dividend (without dividend) date.

WORKING PAPERS, in accounting, are papers that document the evidence gathered by auditors to show the work they have done, the methods and procedures they have followed, and the conclusions they have developed in an audit of financial statements or other type of engagement.

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