Tangible capital assets are depreciable property, plant, equipment, and software developed, manufactured, transferred or acquired for a determinable cost meeting or exceeding the established capitalization threshold; are used over a period (useful life) estimated to be 2 years or greater; and generally become economically worthless (except for residual value) at the end of their estimated useful lives.

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