Furniture, Fixtures & Equipment - FF&E

What are 'Furniture, Fixtures & Equipment - FF&E'

Furniture, fixtures and equipment (FF&E) are movable furniture, fixtures or other equipment that have no permanent connection to the structure of a building or utilities. These items depreciate substantially but definitely are important costs to consider when valuing a company, especially in liquidation.

BREAKING DOWN 'Furniture, Fixtures & Equipment - FF&E'

Examples of FF&E include desks, chairs, computers, electronic equipment, tables, bookcases and partitions.

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