tangible assets

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Tenders are invited for Acquisition of Tangible Assets Data Room.
KUWAIT, Nov 18 (KUNA) -- International Monetary Fund (IMF) Executive Manager Hazem Al-Beblawi said that nations that carry budget surpluses should focus on investing in tangible assets instead of liquid assets like stocks and bonds.
High-net-worth homeowners can sufficiently protect their wealth if they have access to a 360-degree view of their tangible assets.
In recent years, more and more high net worth families are turning to tangible assets, and not just for their aesthetic value.
Intangibles' become especially important when a business encounters situations where it needs to finance above and beyond the value of its tangible assets -- something traditional bank financing does not 'always do.
Tangible assets are physical and include buildings (real property) and their contents (personal property), vehicles, people, and cash for example.
The appraiser determined the company's tangible assets were worth $765,000 and the intangible assets $1,200,000.
On the opposite end of the spectrum are tangible assets, which are typically thought of as things that determine a company's value, such as equipment, facilities and inventory.
Any value remaining after assigning value to the tangible assets is allocated to the intangible assets, then apportioned among the various classes of intangible assets.
Most New Economy companies have very few tangible assets on their balance sheets, especially since accounting systems - originated in the industrial era - do not recognize intangible assets.