All articles in this category pertain to fixed asset retirement. Retirement accounting is a method of accounting for the removal of assets from the books when they are no longer in use. Typically only fixed assets, such as buildings, vehicles, and machinery are retired. Companies retire assets from service and the general ledger once they are no longer useable because of physical deterioration or other factors.

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