How investors can be fooled by long-term assets

In the third of his 'cooking the books' series of videos, Tim Bennett explains how investors can be fooled by the treatment of long-term assets, and offers a couple of solutions.

In the third of his 'cooking the books' series of videos, Tim Bennett explains how investors can be fooled by the treatment of long-term assets, and offers a couple of solutions.

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