My spouse and I have jewelry in Pawn. The items are hers but the tickets are in my name. How do I present this in my financial or do i?
I'm not sure I understand our question. Present it in your "financial " ? Do you mean claim it as an asset in an accounting of some sort ? If that is your question - do you take the value of what has been pawned and deduct the amount that is owed from it and that is the value on your books ? You also have the possibility of not recovering it. This is a question for an accountant - or an attorney that has an accounting degree or experience in this area.
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I am not sure what you mean by "how do I present this in my financial or do i?" Please re-post this with more information and specific details.
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