geactiveerde intresten

English translation: accrued interest income / deferred research and development costs

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Flemish term or phrase:geactiveerde intresten / geactiveerde onderzoeks- en ontwikkelingskosten
English translation:accrued interest income / deferred research and development costs
Entered by: jarry (X)

19:06 Aug 24, 2005
Flemish to English translations [PRO]
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Flemish term or phrase: geactiveerde intresten
also geactiveerde onderzoeks- en ontwikkelingskosten

I believe that this may be "capitalised" - seems to specifically Belgian. I would like some explanation.
Andre de Vries
United Kingdom
Local time: 01:39
accrued interest income / deferred research and development costs
Explanation:
Accrued interest is interest due but not yet received. Deferred expenses are expenses that have been incurred but that do not apply, or do not apply in full to the financial year in which they were incurred. Both items are presented as assets in the balance sheet.
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jarry (X)
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thanks Jarry - a saviour
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accrued interest income / deferred research and development costs


Explanation:
Accrued interest is interest due but not yet received. Deferred expenses are expenses that have been incurred but that do not apply, or do not apply in full to the financial year in which they were incurred. Both items are presented as assets in the balance sheet.

jarry (X)
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thanks Jarry - a saviour

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