# Net Capital Spending Calculator

Net Capital Spending is about computing the difference between opening net fixed assets and closing Net Fixed Assets, which is increased by the depreciation expenses. It also concerns the company’s fixed assets that are tangible fixed assets, which is also referred as property, plant, and equipment (PP&E) account. Use our online net capital spending calculator to find the net capital spending by entering the Ending and beginning Fixed Assets and Depreciation value.

Net Capital Spending is about computing the difference between opening net fixed assets and closing Net Fixed Assets, which is increased by the depreciation expenses. It also concerns the company’s fixed assets that are tangible fixed assets, which is also referred as property, plant, and equipment (PP&E) account. Use our online net capital spending calculator to find the net capital spending by entering the Ending and beginning Fixed Assets and Depreciation value.

Code to add this calci to your website  #### Formula:

Net Capital Spending = Ending Fixed Assets - Beginning Fixed Assets + Depreciation

### Example:

Find the net capital spending of a firm whose fixed assets at the beginning is \$2000, ending fixed assets is \$50000 and depreciation is \$2300?

#### Solution:

Net Capital Spending =50000 - 2000 + 2300
= 50300\$