What is AN Asset (Finance)?

In finance, an asset is defined as any resource owned or controlled by a business or individual that is expected to provide future economic benefits. Assets can be tangible, such as buildings, machinery, and inventory, or intangible, like patents, trademarks, and copyrights. Financial assets include cash, investments, accounts receivable, and stocks. The value of an asset is determined by its capacity to generate cash flows, reduce expenses, or enhance sales in the future. Assets are fundamental to evaluating a company’s worth, securing financing, and assessing its financial health and operational efficiency.

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