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6 May, 2015 - 17:10

Any expenditure incurred when the corporation is formed, is charged to the Organization Costs account. This account is an intangible asset that has no value in the event the corporation is liquidated. The Internal Revenue Code allows Organization Costs to be amortized, but this must be done within five years. Organization Costs are usually not large, and their amortization has little effect on net income.