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Needs a Topic
What is asset function of money?
Asked in Investing and Financial Markets
What is the difference between asset management and private banking?
Why is a bank loan a financial asset?
The only way that a bank loan can be an asset is if the loan is less than what the assett is worth. Otherwise I do not belive a bank loan can be an assett. Answer 1: A Bank loan is an asset for the bank because it is money that a customer will repay. Any instrument in which money will be received can be considered an asset. In case of a loan, it is an asset to the bank and a liability to the person who borrowed the money
Asked in Banking
Is a checking account an asset?
How can you be an asset to the bank?
If you take a loan from the bank, then you become an asset to the bank. That is because, you owe money to the bank and the bank has all rights to take the money and the interest that you are supposed to pay for the loan from you. So any kind of money that is to be received by anyone is an asset and so similarly, a loan that people will pay back to the bank will be an asset to the bank.
Decrease an asset account and decrease a liability account?
Asked in Accounts Receivable
Are installment account receivables a current asset or liability?
What is the difference between intangible asset and fictiuos asset?
Asked in Real Estate Investing
What is the difference between a real asset and a financial asset?
A real asset is a tangible asset like gold or real estate. You can hold it or place your hand on it. It has intrinsic value in and of itself. A financial asset is not tangible. Instead, its existence is "represented by evidence of its existence such as a paper certificate, like money, a savings passbook, a stock certificate, or a bond. The paper in money has no intrinsic value. Its value is derived by virtue of what it represents.
Asked in Business & Finance
Which of the following accurately describes how an investment is made?
Asked in Banking
Is bank account an asset?
Is money a financial asset?
It depends upon how you keep the money or cash, easy liquidity is a factor determining money as a financial asset. Financial assets are non-physical assets those can be readily converted into cash like Bank balance, Shares, short-term investments, Treasury bills, commercial papers, bill receivables etc. So, if you are keeping money as bank deposit this falls under the financial asset and so on. Typically, The answer is: "YES" financial assets include money.
What is differentiate assets and liabilities?
So many people misunderstand Asset and Liability, they seems to refer to liability when talking of asset. Properties like car, house etc have always been the substances for the misunderstanding. However, Asset is simply any substance (property) that brings or accrues money to an individual while Liability is any substance that an individual spends money on, that which takes out money from your pocket.