acquired goodwill


acquired goodwill
acquired goodwill ACC erworbener Firmenwert m, entgeltlich erworbener Firmenwert m, derivativer Firmenwert m, derivativer Geschäftswert m, derivativer Goodwill m (must be included under assets –steuerrechtlich aktivierungspflichtig– according to German tax law, may be included under assets according to German commercial law = handelsrechtlich aktivierungsfähig als immaterieller Vermögensgegenstand des Anlagevermögens; opposite: self-generated goodwill = originärer oder selbst geschaffener Firmen- oder Geschäftswert)

Englisch-Deutsch Fachwörterbuch der Wirtschaft . 2013.

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