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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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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.
The assets are heavy and retired in large quantities.
Protecting your assets is required not only because of divorce but under the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, civil awards against CEOs can be quite large.
With the market approach, a company compares its IP assets with similar assets in the marketplace that have a known value.
Accounts receivable is an important part of current assets that must be carefully managed.
The DAU's primary strategy is to capture and integrate learning assets, as well as cultivate KS environments that allow for the context building and interaction essential to move beyond piles of data and into the realm of synthesis, action, and continuous learning.
Their worth and future success depend on intangible assets, as the new study makes clear: "From a communication point of view, intangible assets have become important as a result of the general higher level of knowledge in society.
At one end of the business spectrum, Microsoft's obvious intangible assets cannot be found on the Microsoft balance sheet.
i) Which international assets subject to transfer risk warrant establishment of an ATRR;
By contrast, the asset-based lending market is more stable, a natural occurrence in that the borrowing power of a company's assets is characteristically more stable than its earnings.
Finally there is an increasingly close linkage between the value of assets and current spending on consumption and investment.
Once officers develop an investigative strategy, the search for assets can begin.