How to Figure Gross Fixed Assets

by Marguerite Madison ; Updated September 26, 2017

Gross fixed assets is an accounting term that refers to the total price a business has paid for its fixed assets. A fixed asset is physical property that a business owns that can't be easily converted to cash. Examples of fixed assets include land, buildings and equipment. Gross fixed assets can be used in various profitability formulas. To determine gross fixed assets, you need to sum the prices that a business paid for all its fixed assets.

Determine what fixed assets a business owns. Fixed assets are also called long-term assets and generally include buildings, land and equipment.

Find the price the business paid for its fixed assets.

Sum the price paid for a business's fixed assets to find its gross fixed assets. For example, if a business paid $500 for land, $200 for a building and $800 for equipment, its gross fixed assets would be $1,500.

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Marguerite Madison has been writing and editing professionally for over a decade for clients ranging from medical education companies to clothing designers. Marguerite has written blogs, restaurant reviews, press releases and short fiction. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in English from Rutgers University.

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