revaluation reserve account
account for asset depreciation an account to which the change in value of a company's assets is credited during a revaluation of assets
In the United States the policy is more prescriptive, and specified percentages of deposits—specified by the Federal Reserve Board—must be kept by banks in a noninterest-bearing account at one of the 12 Federal Reserve Banks located throughout the country.
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