What are capital goods? How are they different from capital equipment?
Capital goods are the goods used to produce the products or services you sell to consumers. Capital equipment is heavy-duty, long-lasting, expensive equipment used to run your company.
Where does capital equipment appear on the balance sheet?
Capital equipment usually shows up on a company’s balance sheet as an asset, such as tangible assets, or property, plant, & equipment.
Are laptops and software considered capital equipment?
Depending on your type of business and their cost, laptops and their software can be considered pieces of capital equipment that must be reported on your balance sheet as such.

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