Invisible Item

Invisible Item

In accounting, intangible assets that are counted as part of a country's balance of payments. Examples of invisible items include international travel and consulting services offered in a different country. They are considered in the balance of payments because they involve transfers of money across international borders.
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In Magic Academy, players must enroll in magic school and master the art of seeing invisible items, looking into the future and removing protective spells to find a disappeared sibling.
Spending less on invisible items means you can spend more on the things that stand out