SOFT ASSETS Definition

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SOFT ASSETS are human resources (people, skills and knowledge) and intangible assets (information, brands, and reputation). Soft assets are hard to value and are not usually reflected in the books of account, nor are they typically subjected to periodic inventory. See also HARD ASSETS.

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BONUS is remuneration over and above regular salary.

APPLICABLE FINANCIAL REPORTING FRAMEWORK is the financial reporting framework adopted in the preparation of the financial statements that is acceptable in
view of the nature of the entity and the objective of the financial statements, or that is required by law or regulation.

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