Total assets minus total liabilities of an individual or company. For a company,...
The difference between total assets and total liabilities. For a corporation, net worth (or stockholder's equity) is the amount by which the corporation's total assets exceed its total liabilities on the balance sheet. See also net worth.
Dollar amount of all resources at market value less current liabilities.
Owner's equity, or assets minus liabilities.
Part of a company’s balance sheet. Net assets equals total assets on the balance sheet less total liabilities.
Total net assets are calculated as Total Assets - Total Liabilities; where the total assets are made up of fixed assets (plant, machinery, and equipment) and current assets which is the total of stock, debtors, and cash (also includes A/R, inventory, prepaid assets, deferred assets, intangibles, and goodwill). The total liabilities are made up in much the same way as long-term liabilities and current liabilities (includes A/P, accrued expenses, deferred liabilities).
The total assets (net of liabilities) held in a fund.
The excess of the book value of assets over liabilities, including loan capital. This is equivalent to net worth, which is used to describe the paid-up share capital and reserves.
Excess of the value of securities owned, cash, receivables, and other assets over the liabilities of the company.
Net assets refers to a company's assets minus their liabilities. It is the same thing as the equity or the shareholders' funds. Net Debt Net debt is the total of all the loans and overdrafts that a company has outstanding at a point in time, less any cash or short term investments (on the assumption that these could be used to repay some of the debt). Nominal Value All shares have a nominal or par value. This value bears no relation to the market price of the shares, and is usually related to the very first issue price of the shares. From then onwards, the nominal value is of little significance except that legally, shares cannot be issued at a price below nominal value. When shares are issued, the nominal value is recorded as share capital and any amount paid over nominal value is recorded as share premium.
Fixed assets combined with the working capital (which is the current assets less current liabilities). Net assets should equal the employed capital.
Differences between a company's total assets and liabilities.
This is the excess of the book value of assets over liabilities. If you have $100,000 of assets and $80,000 of liabilities, you have $20,000 of net assets.
The difference between a charity's assets and its liabilities. Although charities do not exist to make money, they do work to build and maintain reasonable reserves of net assets. Growing its net assets helps a charity outpace inflation and sustain future program activities.
The difference between assets and liabilities. Refer to FUND EQUITY.
The excess of assets over liabilities or the residual interest in the institution's assets remaining after liabilities are deducted. The change in net assets results from revenues, gains, expenses, and losses. FASB institutions classify net assets into three categories: permanently restricted, temporarily restricted, and unrestricted. GASB institutions classify net assets into three categories: invested in capital, net of related debt; restricted (with separate displays of restricted-expendable and restricted-nonexpendable net assets); and unrestricted. Although the terms are similar, the composition of the categories of net assets between FASB and GASB institutions can differ significantly.
The funds securities/investments less all liabilities.
are the amount that would be left over if all of the union’s assets had to be sold to satisfy all of the union’s liabilities. Sometimes called Net Worth or Members’ Equity.
Gross assets, less all expenses and taxes due.
The resources ultimately available to the organization (Assets â€“ Liabilities = Net Assets). Found on the Statement of Financial Position. See also reserve.
Another name for equity.
also known as "owner's equity", "net worth" or simply "equity". Represent claims of the owners on the business after all claims and liabilities have been met.
Indicates the amount of investor cash held in a fund; like a stock, determined by the net asset value (NAV) of an share multiplied by the number of shares outstanding.
Net Assets are useful in judging a fund's size, agility, and popularity. The smaller the fund, the easier it is for the fund to move in and out of investments, which is most important for small cap funds. Normally, the larger the fund the lower the expense ratio, but this is not always the case.
These are the fund's assets calculated at market value, after deduction of any debts.
The net asset value of a fund, plus all other assets, minus liabilities.
Total assets less interest free liabilities.
is the difference between total assets and current liabilities including noncapitalized long-term liabilities.
The net worth of a fund.
the amount by which the value of a company's assets exceeds its liabilities.
total assets less total liabilities, usually not including stockholders' equity.
The month-end net assets of the mutual fund, recorded in millions of dollars. Net-asset figures are useful in gauging a fund's capitalization size, agility, and popularity.
Assets after deducting liabilities.
Total assets minus total liabilities of an individual or company. Net IncomeNet profit attributable to ordinary shareholders after the deduction of all other charges.
Net assets equal total assets minus total liabilities.
The assets that remain at a given point in time after all the liabilities have been deducted.
Net assets are disclosed as part of the balance sheet. Net assets equals total assets on the balance sheet less total liabilities.
The total of net current assets added to fixed assets.
The total value of all assets held by a mutual fund minus its liabilities.
The difference between a charityâ€(tm)s total assets and total liabilities. Compare Unrestricted net assets.
Generally this refers to total amount of assets minus the total amount of liabilities; similar to owner's equity or stockholders'equity. To Top
The total figure for all assets less all liabilities.
fixed assets plus the difference between current assets and liabilities.
The difference between total assets on the one hand and current liabilities and noncapitalized long-term liabilities on the other hand.
The excess or deficiency of assets over liabilities, classified according to the existence or absence of donor-imposed restrictions.
The ownership interest in the assets of an entity; equal total assets minus total liabilities.
Net assets equal Total Assets in each portfolio, less total portfolio liabilities, as of the date indicated.
No Load Fund
Total assets less current liabilities.
Total assets less total liabilities, equals net worth.
Is the result after subtracting liabilities from assets.
The difference between a company's total assets and liabilities. See: Asset; Liability; Net Worth
Total assets less total liabilities on a market-value basis
For a company, net assets are the sum of the total value of everything a company owns (assets) minus the total value of a company's debts (liabilities). In other words: Assets - Liabilities = Net Assets
Net assets are sometimes the same as net worth, or shareholders' equity - assets minus liabilities. In "Return On Net Assets" (RONA) it's often fixed assets plus net working capital (current assets minus current liabilities), which may be slightly less than total assets.