Intangible Value

Intangible Value

In accounting, the value of an asset that cannot be seen or touched. Intangible assets include things like patents and brand recognition, which add value to a company. It is very difficult to determine intangible value because its liquidity and intrinsic value are often unknowable. Intangible values are sometimes not included in a company's valuation. However, not including them may not express the company's true value.
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Cash flow analysis works on the assumption that cash flow is a measure of intangible value.
Explaining the enormity of the problem, the statement noted that the financial value of pirated material was estimated at more than $800bn in 2014 while the intangible value of visual piracy stood at $109bn in the same year.
Therefore, checks and balances exist in the capital layer evaluations methodology, and manipulation of the process in order to maximize or minimize either tangible or intangible value is likely to be apparent and unsupportable.
Intangible value includes service, data or information, right, exposure, content, knowledge, and strategic capability.
The Exhibit provides the results of this assessment For each of the four companies, the price/earnings ratio is restated for 2015 in order to incorporate the intangible value of the company's brand asset Utilizing the author's approach, the transformation process incorporates the assumption that an increase in the value of a brand asset would result in an unrealized gain.
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This venture will honour in the achievement of international standards by giving Duqm a name as a major player in the field, therefore adding intangible value to Duqm as a brand while introducing new industries to the area.
A value network can be defined as a network of relationships, which creates both tangible and intangible value through a complicated dynamic exchange between individuals, groups and organisations (2).
Research from intellectual property bank Ocean Tomo shows that a significant portion of this intangible value is represented by patented technology.
The expert explained in his report that the difference between the market value and the purchase price was due to the operating cost in addition to the intangible value of the set as it is of an internationally renowned brand in the jewellery industry.
Cebridge's assessed intangible value in 2010 was $106.