Cash or cash equivalents, such as money market funds or certificates of deposit.
Assets which you can easily convert into cash, such as shares or fixed interest investments.
Assets that can be converted to cash quickly, including money in money- market accounts, savings and checking accounts and some certificates of deposit.
Cash, checks and easily-convertible securities available to meet immediate and emergency needs.
refer to the sum of cash and due from banks and investments (net of allowance for probable losses) exclusive of equity investments (net of allowance for probable losses).
Assets that are easily converted to cash.
Assets, such as CDs, checking accounts and savings accounts, that can be converted into cash quickly.
Cash, cash equivalents, and marketable securities.
or available assets - anything that can quickly be turned into cash.
Property that can be quickly and easily converted into cash i.e. bank accounts, stocks, and accounts receivable.
These are funds that can be used for a down payment and closing cost. These assets can be converted to cash or cash equivalent. Examples are listed below: Checking and Savings Account Money Market Accounts Exchange traded stocks and bonds Equity from a pending sale of real estate Gifts (not to be paid back)
Assets that are held in the form of cash or can be readily converted to cash with minimal or no loss in value; used to meet living expenses, make purchases, pay bills and loans, and provide for emergencies and unexpected opportunities.
assets in the form of cash (or easily convertible into cash)
Cash or any assets that may be easily converted into cash.
Assets that can be converted to cash in a short span of time.
Assets that can be transformed into cash at any given moment.
Cash or assets that can be readily turned into cash.
Cash plus assets which can readily be converted into cash.
Cash or assets that can be easily converted into cash without any serious loss, such as bonds, life insurance proceeds paid in a lump sum, bank accounts, and certificates of deposit.
Are assets that are readily available. Whether deposit balances or investments, liquid assets are assets, which do not change in value substantially over time and are readily available. In deposit accounts-liquid accounts are those from which you can withdraw without significant concern for loss of value and are readily available.
Cash and other assets (like stocks) that can easily be converted into cash.
Cash or assets that can be readily converted into cash without any serious loss. Examples: bonds, life insurance paid in a lump sum, bank accounts, C.D.s.
Any asset that can be converted into cash in a short period of time.
Assets that can be easily converted into cash. Examples: money market fund shares, US Treasury Bills, bank deposits, etc.
Assets like receivables and saving accounts that are easily convertible into cash, as well as cash itself.
The total amount of funds that are in the form of cash or can quickly be converted to cash. These include (1) cash; (2) demand deposits; (3) time and savings deposits; and (4) investments capable of being quickly converted into cash without significant loss, either through their sale or through the scheduled return of principal at the end of a short time remaining to maturity.... read full article
These are assets that can be easily turned into cash. Shares and cash can be described as liquid assets.
Cash or assets, such as checking/savings accounts, stocks/bonds, that are immediately convertible to cash.
financial assets that can be quickly converted to cash.
Any asset that is easily converted to cash, such as accounts receivable, securities and bonds.
Assets in the form of cash or personal property that is easy to convert to cash. Real estate is an example of a liquid asset.
cash, and anything that can be quickly and easily converted to cash.
Cash, or an assets that are easily converted into cash.
Cash or assets that can be immediately converted to cash.
Assets held as cash, or in the form of securities which can be converted into cash swiftly and with minimal capital loss (eg. short-term bank bills). (See also Liquidity).
Refers to cash or other assets that can be readily converted to cash. Examples include checking and savings accounts, money markets, CDs, mutual funds and stocks, retirement plans (not pensions), cash-value life insurance policie,s and annuities.
In accounting, a business organization's cash and readily marketable assets.
Cash and all other assets that can be converted to cash relatively quickly. Liquid assets can include money in savings and checking accounts, money-market accounts, and most certificates of deposit.
Cash on hand or in banks, or investments that can be quickly converted to cash.
Cash or other property which can be converted to cash within 20 days, excluding non-work days. Liquid assets include: checking and savings accounts, stocks, bonds, mutual fund shares, promissory notes, mortgages, and life insurance policies.
Assets that can be converted to cash quickly and easily without substantial loss.
Accessible cash resources that include: individual/joint checking and savings accounts, retirement accounts, stocks, bonds, mining rights and cash value in a life insurance policy.
Assets such as shares in a company which can be sold quickly to give a cash amount. MBI (Management buy in). A new management team from outside buying an existing business from the existing shareholders, often with the help of a venture capital investor.
Financial assets to which the owner has access in the short term. A savings account is a good example.
Demand deposits, savings accounts, IRAs, Keoghs, 401 (k) plans, CDs, publicly traded stocks and bonds.
Assets that are readily convertible to cash (i.e. cash equivelants).
Cash and assets easily convertible into cash, e.g. in a manufacturing Company â€‘ stock, sundry debtors (see 'Assets'); in a bank â€‘ balances with other banks, money at call and short notice, treasury bills
Essentially the same as liquidity. Liquidity refers to how quick an asset can be converted to cash. A three- month treasury note is probably more liquid than a backhoe, but probably less liquid than money in a checking account.
Assets that are easily and cheaply turned into cash â€“ notably cash itself and short-term securities.
Cash and other property that can be converted quickly and easily into cash.
Cash, or assets easily converted into cash, such as bank deposits, money market fund shares, or US Treasury bills.
Those assets that can be readily turned into cash.
Assets that can be converted to cash immediately and without capital loss.
Business property that can be quickly and easily converted into cash, such as stock, bank accounts and accounts receivable.
Those assets, usually short dated assets like Treasury Bills that can easily be turned into money.
A cash asset or an asset that is easily converted into cash.