Assets

Any item of economic value owned by an individual or corporation, especially that which could be converted to cash. Examples are cash, securities, accounts receivable

Assets

can be either financial or non-financial. Financial assets include monetary gold, bank deposits, IMF Special Drawing Rights. Loans granted bonds, shares, accounts receivable, and the value of the government`s stake in public corporations. Non-financial assets consist of fixed capital (such as buildings and vehicles); stock, land and valuables.

Assets

A firm's productive resources.
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Assets

Refer to properties owned or are due to a person or organization. Assets are typically viewed in three categories. These three classifications are: Current, Fixed or Long-term, and Intangible.
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Assets

An asset is something which a person or firm owns that is of value. For banks their main assets will be cash and any investments they have (including their holdings of government securities). For individuals, their assets may be either cash in the bank, properties or perhaps other financial assets like gilt-edged securities.
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Assets

Anything owned or controlled that has value, but usually, for investment trusts, it refers to equities, bonds and cash. The underlying assets of an investment trust will vary depending on the company's objective.
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assets

[n] - anything of material value or usefulness
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Assets

Assets:
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Assets

The things that you own, such as buildings, vehicles, shares and money in the bank. The opposite of your assets are your liabilities.
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Assets

In accounting terms, an asset is an item on the balance sheets of a company that has future economic value. 
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Assets

Anything that is owned by the individual or company which has a value either now or will have a value at some time in the future. Examples include vehicles, shares, money in the bank or in hand, property and book debts.
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Assets

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Assets

Any description of property or rights other than land or an interest in land.
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assets

Fixed assets are land, machines and buildings; current assets consist of cash, money owed, stock, investments and work in progress; intangible assets are goodwill, trade marks, patents, etc; liquid assets are funds kept in cash or in a form that can be quickly and easily turned into cash.
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Assets

As'sets noun plural [ Old French asez enough, French assez , from Latin ad + satis , akin to Greek ... enough, Goth. saps full. Confer Assai , Satisfy .] 1. (Law) (a) Property of a deceased person, subject by law to the payment...
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assets

noun anything of material value or usefulness that is owned by a person or company
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Assets

All real or intellectual property owned by the enterprise that has a positive financial value. On a Balance Sheet, a summary list of the property and things owned.
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Assets

A firm`s productive resources.
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Assets

• (n. pl.) Effects of an insolvent debtor or bankrupt, applicable to the payment of debts. • (n. pl.) Property of a deceased person, subject by law to the payment of his debts and legacies; -- called assets because sufficient to render the executor or administrator liable to the creditors and legatees, so far as such goods or estate may e...
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ASSETS

Property owned, in this case by an insurance company, including stocks, bonds, and real estate. Insurance accounting is concerned with solvency and the ability to pay claims. State insurance laws therefore require a conservative valuation of assets, prohibiting insurance companies from listing assets on their balance sheets whose values are uncerta...
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Assets

any item with measurable value.
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assets

Any item of economic value - a house, a car, jewelry, stocks and bonds, cash, office equipment and other kinds of property. Sometimes the word is used in a different sense, to refer to a positive characteristic - like beauty, strength or wisdom....
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Assets

Assets (from the French, assez, enough), are property or goods available for the payment of a bankrupt or deceased person's obligations. Assets are personal or real, the former comprising all goods, chattels, etc, devolving upon the executor as saleable to discharge debts and legacies. In commerce and bankruptcy the term is often used as the anetit...
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Assets

Anything of value. Any interest in real or personal property which can be appropriated for the payment of debt.
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Assets

These are items you own which have monetary value for example your home, your car and any savings you have.
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