Intangible Value

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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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It emphasizes the need to adopt the mechanisms of the Knowledge Economy which is the use of knowledge to generate tangible and intangible values.
Unlike regular wills or trusts, which define how assets are conveyed to heirs, an ethical will conveys intangible values and guidance to one's family.
Meanwhile, the perimeter security more difficult for unauthorized access and thereby safeguard students and staff as well as tangible and intangible values.
Compared to corporate values, intangible values like brands are continually increasing.
We chose to focus on its history and to build a story around a social construction of the past, addressing the intangible values and their cultural associations of old and new audiences.
The project ARISTOTELE uses these processes, placing them in a model where the intangible values ​​such as creativity, knowledge and skills are identified and tracked in practical work, allowing the reuse of knowledge in other business processes.
The main goal of the Festival is revitalization and dissemination of national praise, tangible and intangible values.
The awards she has won from various countries and organizations, like the Prince of Asturias Award, express admiration for her courage in the face of adversity and emphasize the importance of defending those intangible values that are forgotten or trampled on a daily basis, primarily by the abuse of power.
Rather, it relies on the experiential and intangible values that drive your employees' sense of commitment with your organisation.
Suddenly, we moved from viewing our forests as commodities with a tangible value (wood products) to sources of commodities with intangible values (wilderness).
Eliminating intangible values can reduce real estate taxes.
In the post-Enron world, investors are asking whether some of those intangible values ever really existed.