Small Business Accounting

What is Amortisation?

By

Chris Andreou

What is Amortisation? guide

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In business accounting, amortisation is a method of calculating the value of a business asset over time. It is the process of spreading out the cost of an asset over its useful life.

In relation to loans, amortisation refers to the spreading out of loans into a series of fixed monthly installments.

<p>In <a href="https://www.goforma.com/small-business-accounting/31-accounting-terms-concepts-you-need-to-know" target="_blank">business accounting</a>, amortisation is a method of calculating the value of a business asset over time. It is the process of spreading out the cost of an asset over its useful life.<br></p><p>In relation to loans, amortisation refers to the spreading out of loans into a series of fixed monthly installments.</p>

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