This study investigates the effect of accounting for the impairment of intangible assets on improving financial analysts predictions. By examining the existing literature and conducting empirical analysis, this study explores the benefits and limitations of incorporating intangible asset impairment in financial analysis. The findings highlight the importance of properly accounting for intangible asset impairment and its potential to enhance the accuracy and reliability of financial analysts predictions. The findings of this study have practical implications for financial analysts, accounting professionals, and investors. The study highlights the importance of incorporating this accounting practice into financial analysis by demonstrating the impact of accounting for intangible asset impairment on financial analyst predictions. This can enhance the accuracy and reliability of predictions, leading to better decision- making processes for financial analysts and improved investment insights for investors.
Abdellatif Abdelkalik Elsayed, Raghda
"Improving Financial Analyst Predictions through Intangible Asset Impairment Accounting,"
Information Sciences Letters: Vol. 13
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Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/isl/vol13/iss1/3