- book value
- 1. . The historical cost of an asset recorded in a *general ledger. Book values do not take account of *revaluations and, in financial statements, they are normally stated net of any *amortization. Contrast *fair market value. 2. An alternative term for *carrying value.
Auditor's dictionary. 2014.
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