Balance Sheet-related account. Periodic (e.g., annual, monthly, etc.) amount spent by a business on Property, Plant and Equipment. (The amount is net of disposals of Property, Plant and Equipment owned by the business).
is the sum of additions at cost to property, plant and equipment and leaseholds, generally excluding amounts arising from acquisitions.
Total amount of money spent on capital for manufacturing tools. Often used as a metric to measure market size for capital equipment
A payment, or the promise of a future payment for the purchase of long-lived assets.
Expenditures resulting in the acquisition of or addition to the government's general fixed assets.
money used to acquire or improve fixed assets.
expenditures which result in the acquisition of fixed assets or additions to fixed assets (i.e., expenditures for land, buildings, or equipment).
Yearly purchases of long-term business assets such as computers, equipment, tools and vehicles.
Costs of capital assets that provide material benefits extending beyond the current period. They are debited to capital asset accounts and reported on the balance sheet.
An expenditure for an item for use in your business that you expect to use for a long time (more than one year) such as machinery or a vehicle. Capital expenditures are fixed assets and are usually subject to depreciation.
Is the amount of money to acquire or improve capital assets such as buildings and machinery.
For GCAC grants, capital expenditures are assets with a useful life over three years and a fair market value exceeding $1,000. Maintenance and repairs that increase the life of an asset will not be recognized for the purpose of determining the grant.
fixed items that depreciate in value, e.g. car, building, machinery
Construction costs of new utility plants. These include costs of plant additions, improvements, and replacements, as well as expenditures for the purchase or acquisition of existing utility plant facilities.
expenditures to acquire or add to capital assets that will yield benefits over several accounting periods. Included are cost of procuring, construction, installing new durable plants, machinery and equipment where for replacement, addition or for lease or rent to other companies including subsidies.
Include capitalized administrative expenses and capitalized interest but do not include proceeds or other assets
Retail expenditures that are long-term investments in fixed assets.
Purchases of long-term assets, such as equipment, used in manufacturing a product.
Funds used to acquire or improve long-term assets.
Business spending on additional plant equipment and inventory.
Investment of cash or the creation of a liability to acquire or improve an asset, e.g., land, buildings, building additions, site improvements, machinery, equipment; as distinguished from cash outflows for expense items that are normally considered part of the current period's operations. (Appraisal Institute)
Expenditures made to acquire or increase the value of capital assets. See: Income -- Special Income Types - Self-employment income - General rules; and Income -- Special Income Types - Self-employment expenses that are not allowed as income deductions
Amounts spent to acquire or improve assets with useful lives of more than one year. These expenditures may not be deducted, but are added to the basis of the property (See "Adjusted basis.") and, for business property, may be converted into deductions through depreciation or amortization.
Amount used during a particular period to acquire or improve long term assets such as property, plant, or equipment.
Purchases of goods (assets) which are more or less fixed in nature, and will be used over a lifetime of more than one year. Examples are furniture, equipment, copiers, and computer systems (including software). Such purchases are not charged to expense when they are purchased, but are capitalized and charged to expense as they are depreciated over their useful life.
Investments to expand our networks to meet customer demand and for replacement purposes. In general, expenditures made which will provide future benefits or contribute in generating future revenues for longer than a one year period.
cash spending on fixed assets.
Amount spent on the improvement or acquisition of long term assets such as property, plant and equipment.
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