The U.S. Division of Trading and Markets defines current assets as the resources that are reasonably expected to be sold for cash or other receivables within one calendar year. If the inventory for a business falls under... More »

According to Investopedia, a list of non-current assets includes intellectual property, brand recognition, and intangible assets. Property, plant and equipment, also known as PP&E, are classified as non-current assets. A... More »

Calculating a company's total average assets is the process of adding the total assets a company has at the end of the current year to the total assets the company has at the end of the previous year and then dividing th... More »

Net fixed assets are calculated with the following formula: fixed asset purchase price + additions to existing assets - accumulated depreciation - accumulated asset impairment - liabilities associated with the fixed asse... More »

Liquidity ratios refer to a firm's ability to meet its immediate financial obligations in terms of cash on hand and assets that can be sold quickly, while solvency ratios compare a firm's total assets to its total obliga... More »

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Efficiency ratios are various types of ratios that determine how well a company uses its assets and resources to make a profit. Different types of efficiency ratios include the accounts receivable and accounts payable tu... More »

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Liquid cash or liquid assets are a type of asset that can be converted to cash quickly without taking a large impact to the value of the item. Liquid assets are considered to be almost as good as cash reserves because th... More »