Impairment Charge is an expense that reflects a reduction in the carrying value of an asset on the Balance Sheet. The impairment occurs when the carrying value of a particular asset on the Balance Sheet exceeds its fair market value. While any asset can suffer impairment, the most commonly impaired assets are Inventory, PP&E, Intangible Assets and Goodwill.

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