Asset retirement obligation

Significant costs associated with the disposal of asset. Accounting for asset retirement obligations requires estimating the cost and discounting estimate. The present value added to the asset's depreciable base and a liability is recorded for the obligation. Every year, interest expense is added to the liability so that when the asset is retired the value in the liability is equal to the cost estimate 



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