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Capital asset policy

A capital asset policy (CAP) is a guide created by a company executive or board of directors to outline how capital assets will be used and what the record-keeping guidelines for those actions will be. Assets are classified as “capital assets” when their value extends beyond a single reporting period. They can be either tangible or intangible.  

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