Taux d'amt

ddrfox

New Member
chinese
Hi, I checked the dictionary but cannot figure out. Can anyone please help me out with these words?

1. cout d'origine
2. taux d'amt.
3. amts cumules au 02/02/2004
4. dotation 2004
5. amts cumules au 02/02/2003
6. VNC au 02/02/2004
7. detail des immobilistations incorporelles et corporelles

Thank you very much!
 
  • valerie

    Senior Member
    France, French & Spanish
    ddrfox said:
    Hi, I checked the dictionary but cannot figure out. Can anyone please help me out with these words?

    1. cout d'origine: Original cost (?)
    2. taux d'amt.
    3. amts cumules au 02/02/2004
    4. dotation 2004
    5. amts cumules au 02/02/2003
    6. VNC au 02/02/2004
    7. detail des immobilistations incorporelles et corporelles: untangible and tangible assets details
    Thank you very much!

    I have no idea of what amt stands for. Perhaps it is a material, a substance specially precious so as to be measured in the accounting of a company (??)

    VNC may be Valeur nette comptable

    dotation is usually used refering to provisions, it is the amount assigned to a provision when closing the accounting for a period
     

    OlivierG

    Senior Member
    France / Français
    amt. means "amortissement", in accountant language.
    All these sentences are about this.
    In the "plan comptable", "dotations aux amortissements et provisions" is a complete section.
     

    ddrfox

    New Member
    chinese
    Hey, you guys are really cool. Thank you very much.

    This is actually a list of assets of a small French co. So all the accounting words seem fit. I checked immobilisations --capital assets. So can I say its intagible and tangible capital assets? Or the word "capital" shall not be translated.
     

    ddrfox

    New Member
    chinese
    Hi, I got a list of great answers from another friend:

    Cout d'origine=should be the cost of an asset on the day it was bought
    Tx d'amt.=should be the depreciation rate of an asset
    VNC=Valeur Nette Comptable, ie VNC=(valeur d'origine)-(amortissements) with 'valeur d'origine"=cost of an asset when bought, "amortissement"=depreciation on the asset
    Amortissements cumules=sum of the depreciations on an asset each year
    Immobilisation corporelle=tangible assets
    Immobilisation incorporelle=intangible assets
     
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