Amortized Value

Amortized Value

The value of a bond as determined by the process of amortization. The amortized value of a bond may be used as its asset value on a balance sheet.
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Combined, the three corporates report an amortized value of approximately $1.
Workers' compensation Iosses segregated and amortized value of bonds approved for life companies in 1917.
The Company will take a $100,000 charge against earnings in the 2nd quarter ending January 31, 2002 due to the write-off of the amortized value of the property.
Another policy option is the Resource-based Relative Value Scale (RBRVS) mechanism, under which Medicare would pay doctors in accordance with a formula generally derived as: RBRVSis = (TWi)(I+RPCs)(I+ASTs), where the subscripts i and s refer, respectively to particular physician services and specialties; TW is total work related to a service reflecting physician time, mental effort and judgment, technical skill, physical effort, and stress due to risk; RPC is an index of relative specialty practice costs; and AST is an index of the amortized value of income foregone due to specialized training.
From a tax perspective, valuing the covenant is particularly advantageous to a buyer because he or she can deduct annually, as an ordinary business expense, the amortized value of the covenant based on its legal life.
The Company's net worth has grown to $10,100,259, including software -- the Company's primary asset --at an amortized value of only $328,176, which is a fraction of the its actual market value.
The Company's net worth has grown to $8,423,093, including software at an amortized value of only $335,244.
The Company's net worth has grown to $7,360,474, and this amount includes software at an amortized value of $82,171.
The Company's primary assets are its state-of-the-art software, which is carried on the books at an amortized value of $82,171.