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assets"set (&?;), n. any article or separable part of one's assets.asset n : a useful or valuable quality [syn: plus] [ant: liability]   similar words(1) 

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Any article or separable part of one's assets.  

Noun1. a useful or valuable quality (synonym) plus (antonym) liability (hypernym) quality (hyponym) resource

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any possession that has value in an exchange.

An owned physical item, i.e., real Estate, equipment, buildings which have an assignable value, as well as economical resources of a business. Example: A business could also have a patent which was issued by the US patent Office, the patent becoming a valuable asset to the business.Something of value that you own. appreciating assets, such as stocks, have the potential of increasing in value and/or producing income. depreciating assets, such as a car, lose value over time. assets minus liabilities (what you owe) equals net worth.

A resource that has economic value to its owner. Cash, accounts receivable, inventory, real estate and securities are examples of assets.

something valuableeg: houses, cars, cash, bank deposits, and securities

A resource controlled by an enterprise as a result of past events and from which future economic benefits are expected to flow to the enterprise.

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In business and accounting by asset is meant probable future economic benefits controlled by an entity as a result of past transactions or events and from which future economic benefits may be obtained.

the Association of supervisory Staff, executives and Technicians (ASSET), was a British trade union, chiefly representing supervisors in the metal working and transport industries. It was formed from the national Foremen's Association, founded in 1918.

A thing, chattel, resource or item or piece of property owned or controlled by a person or company.

asset - Property, including real property (for example, land or buildings) and personal property (for example, cash, stocks or vehicles) that belongs to a person, corporation, estate, or other entity; A resource that has economic value to its owner. examples of an asset are cash, accounts receivable, inventory, real estate, and securities.ASSETS. the property in the hands of an heir, executor, administrator or trustee, which is legally or equitably chargeable with the obligations, which such heir, executor, administrator or other trustee, is, as such, required to discharge, is called assets. the term is derived from the french word assez, enough; that is, the heir or trustee has enough property. but the property is still called assets, although there may not be enough to discharge all the obligations; and the heir, executor, etc., is chargeable in distribution as far as such property extends.Assets are sometimes divided by all the old writers, into assets enter mains and assets per descent; considered as to their mode of distribution, they are 1egal or equitable; as to the property from which they arise, they are real or personal.Assets enter maim, or assets in hand, is such property as at once comes to the executor or other trustee, for the purpose of satisfying claims against him as such.Assets per descent, is that portion of the ancestor's estate which descends to the heir, and which is sufficient to charge him, as far as it goes, with the specialty debts of his ancestor.Legal assets, are such as constitute the fund for the payment of debts according to their legal priority.Equitable assets, are such as can be reached only by the aid of a court of equity, and are to be divided,, pari passu, among all the creditors; as when a debtor has made his property subject to his debts generally, which, without his act would not have been so subject.Real assets, are such as descend to the heir, as in estate in fee simple.Personal assets, are such goods and chattels to which the executor or administrator is entitled.In commerce, by assets is understood all the stock in trade, cash, and all available property belonging to a merchant or company.   This entry contains material from Bouvier's legal Dictionary, a work published in the 1850's.

the index fingers form a plus sign, and then the right 'F' hand moves down an inch or two against the right side of the body, as if placing a coin into a pocket.

fear of property

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