Impairment: A reduction in the carrying value of an asset that has exceeded its depreciation period.
IFRS Chart of Account – The company IFRS chart of accounts is basically a filing system for categorizing all of a company’s accounts and classifying all transactions according to the accounts they affect.
Incl. Extn of Time/Risk – The time in days impacts on completion of the project due to the Risk activity. Need Risk2Do to be created with extension of time.
Incl. in Amendments/Risk – The amendment to the order includes costs associated with the Risk item.
Income – The money a business receives for its commercial activities.
Incoming # – Each incoming document is given a Muli system number issued in sequential order starting the 00000001.
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Incoming RegisterThe Muli Incoming Register includes provision for monitoring and applying electronic document transfer for approval and workflow management and includes provision for incoming:
Upgrading Progress Claims
Phone Call Management
Options exist to monitor progress and ensure all incoming items are properly dealt with.
Income Statement – A financial statement that summarizes revenue, expenses and profit. Also known as a profit and loss account.
Incorporation – The date in which a business is legally established.
Identifier from Bank
Individual Protect Authorisation
Interest: A payment to the lender of money. Usually calculated by percentage.
Internal – Refers to use within the system, whereas external refers to reports and documents meant for use by clients, suppliers, etc.
Inventory: The supply of stock or goods that a business has for sale.
Inventory Obsolescence – Inventory that can no longer be sold. For example, clothing that has gone out of fashion or too much stock.
Inventory Shrinkage – When there is a reduction of stock from reasons other than selling, such as Damage and theft.
Investment – The purchase of products or services that could increase profit.
Investors – People or businesses who have invested money into a business for a share of ownership.
Invoice # – The Invoice number shown on the document
Invoice Construction Project – When a project is defined in this manner, the project contribution is automatically calculated based on the excess of AR invoice – Approved for payment + (Accrued) can be used for traditional types of business.
Invoice Date (AP) – The date the Supplier put on the invoice. Note: where a Supplier has backdated an invoice and the accounting period has been closed for invoicing (ie: particularly if year-end accounts have been completed), THEN the invoice date will have to be in the open period range and the Supplier’s date may be added to the description.
Invoice Gross – The total cost of the invoice including GST, but excluding retention.
Invoice Net – The value of the invoice applied to the project/order, excluding GST.