inherent goodwill

inherent goodwill
= non-purchased goodwill
The goodwill presumed to be present in an existing business, although it has not been evidenced by a purchase transaction. Under Financial Reporting Standard 10, inherent goodwill should not be recognized on the balance sheet

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