TOTAL ASSETS as reflected on an ISSUER'S balance sheet, which has been prepared in accordance with Regulation S-X; it does not mean "net" assets. If the issuer has subsidiaries, TOTAL ASSETS means the larger of total assets on the issuer's balance sheet or the consolidated parent-subsidiary balance sheet. Rule 12g5-2.
The combined value of all items of monetary value owned by an individual or business. A company's assets include tangible assets, such as equipment, inventory and real property, and intangible assets such as goodwill (the value of a company's name in the market), patents and other intellectual property, which are owned by a company and given monetary value in the company's balance sheet.
The total of all assets owned by a company. These things might be liquid assets such as cash and short-term investments, physical assets such as buildings, trucks, inventories of products and equipment or intangible assets such as goodwill, trademarks and patents
Asset examples are listed below: Checking and Savings Account Money Market Accounts Exchange traded stocks and bonds Real Estate Autos Personnel Items such as furniture, jewelry, etc. Cash Value of Life Insurance Retirement Fund (IRA, 401k, etc).
Fair market value of securities owned, plus collateral held for securities loaned, uninvested cash, foreign currency, receivables, forward foreign currency contract appreciation, variation margin, and other miscellaneous assets, as of the date indicated.
A company's total current assets plus total noncurrent assets. Noncurrent assets include property, plant and equipment, and other noncurrent receivables and investments. Total assets can be found on a company's balance sheet. It is a crucial figure for calculating return on assets (ROA), an efficiency ratio. Also, total assets minus total liabilities equals book value.