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MSB WTR10 AC 330 XM1

MSB GOVNFP unit 7

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Intangible Assets Capital assets that lack physical substance, have a useful life of more than one reporting period, and are nonfinancial in nature.
Asset Impairment A significant, unexpected decline in the service utility of a capital asset
Historical costs Costs that includes acquisition cost plus ancillary costs necessary to put the asset into use.
Infrastructure assets Capital assets, such as highways, streets, sidewalks, storm drainage systems, and lighting systems, that are stationary in nature and normally can be preserved for a longer life than most other capital assets.
Capital improvements fund A fund used to raise annual revenues for the specific purpose of financing major repairs to existing capital assets or for the replacement of components of those assets
Interfund Transfers Assets that are no longer needed in a capital projects fund and are transferred to the fund that will service the debt incurred for the project, a debt service fund.
Special Assessment A compulsory levy made against certain property to defray part of all of the cost of a specific improvement or service that is presumed to be of general benenfit to the public and of the particular benefit to the property.
Capital projects fund An account created for resources to be used for certain projects.
Bond Premium Bonds payable in excess of par
Bond Anticipation Notes Short-term interest-bearing notes issued by a government in anticipation of bonds to be issued at a later date.
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