A firm has been depreciating an asset for a period of time. They realize that the original estimate for the useful life of the asset is too short. What should they do? Apply a change in accounting estimates by impairing the asset Panic Apply a change in accounting estimates prospectively Apply a change in accounting estimates retroactively Impairment of PPE

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A firm has been depreciating an asset for a period of time. They realize that the original estimate for the useful life of the asset is too short. What should they do? 


  • Apply a change in accounting estimates by impairing the asset
  • Panic
  • Apply a change in accounting estimates prospectively
  • Apply a change in accounting estimates retroactively Impairment of PPE
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Using Financial Accounting Information The Alternative to Debits and Credits

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Authors: Gary A. Porter, Curtis L. Norton

ISBN: 978-1133161646