What is the difference between an asset class and group assets?

Michael Management
Michael Management
Updated 6 month ago


An asset group is a technical object which helps to group similar types of asset with the aim of ensuring proper automatic account determination, while an asset class is a way of grouping assets based on pre-specified tax reporting requirements such that depreciation occurs at a level higher than on a per asset basis.

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