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assets

[′a‚sets]
(industrial engineering)
All the resources, rights, and property owned by a person or a company; the book value of these items as shown on the balance sheet.
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Sarbanes-Oxley says companies "must be more rigorous, accurate and inclusive as far as the material effect of all assets on the bottom line, and then sign off that the numbers are on the money," agrees Gary Morris, a partner and IP specialist in the Washington, D.
However, the potential combination of substantial assets held and income earned by an 18-year-old, otherwise financial-aid-eligible student, who is about to enter college, can be disastrous.
Unlike returns, retired high-tech assets rarely have proper packaging for shipping.
Put away as much as you can in your qualified plan because assets in qualified plans under ERISA are not subject to attachment.
However, this results in cash being tied up in relatively unproductive assets (additional inventory).
With this in mind, all companies will benefit from determining the value of their intangible assets.
The purchasing company must assign a value to all of the tangible and intangible assets purchased and record these asset values on its balance sheet.
A) Whether the quality of a banking institution's assets has been impaired by a protracted inability of public or private obligors in a foreign country to make payments on their external indebtedness as indicated by such factors, among others, as whether:
In addition, fixed assets (machinery, equipment, real estate) can be used to collateralize an asset-based loan.
5 percentage points worth of interest rate cuts available to support asset prices.
This enables the investigator to accomplish all of the goals in the investigation without risk of flight of the subject or dissipation of assets.
These benchmarking approaches do not fully recognize the integrated nature of life insurance company management and do not reflect the unique risks of an individual company s assets and liabilities.