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    Cool expresion de origen

    hi all,
    does anyone know how to translate the phrase above? I have looked/googled everywhere but so far the closest translation I've found is:
    cost basis

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    That is what I have found as well...but I am not a financial expert. Here is the definition I found of cost basis:

    the original cost of property adjusted for factors such as depreciation.

    Does that fit the context?

    Hope it helps!

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    I am not sure about cost basis, I was reading something and I think this refers more to the currency in which the original cost of something/ or an account was fixed...However, I have no idea about how this could be translated specifically or if this is really what it is...
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