Rules and procedures for fixed assets
Our services will help your company to:
- Create a personalized catalogue of fixed assets and its components.
- Define what is considered a cost and an asset.
- Normalize the assets up, down and transfers processes
- Define the lettering criteria (assets labelling).
They allow to control the company assets and to know in detail their qualities:
- Label (numbering).
- Denomination by catalogue.
- Brand, model and serial number.
- Main technical characteristics and description of its component parts.
- Accounting title and cost.
- Assets and its component useful life elapsed and remain.
- Insurance categorization.
Tagging - physical identification of assets
The assets physical identification is carried out with metallic or polyester tags. The bar code facilitates the future assets control.
Book reconciliation of fixed assets
This process allows each physical unit to have an accounting record with its:
- Capitalization date and beginning of amortisement
- Original value
- Accumulated amortisement
- Net value
- Reconciliation coefficient: accounting record proportion assigned to the UI
After the account reconciliation process is finished the following results will be obtained:
- Reclassification between accounts and/or locations.
- Accounting surplus: Capitalized records without physical compensation
- Physical surplus: inventoried assets, without correlation to accounting records
We set the parameters of the data base of your fixed assets for its migration or updating to ERP systems.
The valuation of fixed assets allows the following objectives:
- To have a real measurement of the assets for the company commercial operations, acquisitions, fusion, or sales.
- Performance of the International Regulations (IFRS NIIF)
- Performance of the National Regulations (RT 31 FACPCE)
- Achieve a better insurance cover.
- Support of credits management
Implementation of Assets Management Systems ISO 55000
We help you to manage your assets under the standard ISO 55000.