Definitions for "Assets"
Effects of an insolvent debtor or bankrupt, applicable to the payment of debts.
The listings on the balance sheet of the insurer that amount to the book value of property owned.
The estate and financial affairs. May include house and land, car, snowmachines, furniture, cash, Alaska Permanent Fund Dividend, Native Dividends and Land, investment stocks and bonds, valuables, art, furs, jewelry, Native art and crafts.
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 extend.
The entire property of all sorts, belonging to a person, a corporation, or an estate; as, the assets of a merchant or a trading association; -- opposed to liabilities.
See community property and separate property.
Future economic benefits controlled by an entity as a result of past transactions or other past events
future economic benefits controlled by Defence as a result of past transactions or other past events. Assets include property, plant and equipment under the control of the Department. Assets are initially recognised at the cost of acquisition. Non-financial, non-current assets are subject to ongoing revaluation assessment.
Source: Economics: Principles & Practices Definition: properties, possessions, and claims on others; usually listed as entries on a balance sheet (p.416)
(Catégories d'actifs) The grouping of securities for the purpose of managing other goods with similar features. The most popular asset classes are Treasury Bills (or short-term assets), common shares, preferred shares, bonds, mortgages, real estate and international equities.
Equipment which you use to manufacture a product, provide a service, or use to sell, store, deliver merchandise. Such equipment will not be sold in the normal course of business, but will be used and worn out. Land and buildings should be included here.
Refers to all hardware, software, data, processing equipment, communications, and the physical facility
All elements currently used to support the community plan. They include, but are not limited to, services, human resources, equipment, buildings and land.
Information technology acquired and deployed within the enterprise. Currently Blazent software discovers and tracks hardware and software on desktops and servers.
A media component that includes digitized images, audio, video and text files, as well as non-digitized assets (e.g. drawings, sculptures, plans). Assets are the basic elements from which products such as books, web sites, kiosks, or CD-ROMs are developed.
Capital endowment reflecting people's strengths. The combination of access to various types of capital describes a livelihood asset for a specific social group.
All the monetary and material assets belonging to a person or legal entity.
Money or real goods having monetary value. · See Also · Liabilities
set of goods and rights belonging to an individual or legal person.
Learning content in its most basic form is composed of Assets that are electronic representations of media, text, images, sound, web pages, assessment objects or other pieces of data that can be delivered to a Web client.” Term defined by SCORM 2004.
All the components that are assembled into web pages, e.g., graphic files, image files, master border image files, navigation button image files, etc.
An agency that provides residential and employment support to individuals who experience developmental disabilities.
The various data (audio, video, program-related) which comprise the contents of a multimedia program.
The relationship of the business assets to shareholders funds.
A pool of money or securities held by a mutual fund.
Uses of the funds of a bank, including loans and reserves.
The generic name given to images, text and multimedia files which are set to be the building blocks of the website. Back
Keywords:  lien, mechanics
Mechanics Lien
Keywords:  test
assets test
Keywords:  below, total, see
(see "total assets," below).
Keywords:  flow, goods, over, services, provide
Goods that provide a flow of services over time.