Investments glossary

Equity Accounting

Equity accounting, or what is sometimes called the equity method, is an accounting process for recording investments in associated companies or entities. Generally, the equity accounting method is applied when an investor or holding entity owns 20–50% of the voting stock of an associate company.

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