Irrespective of nature and type of business, there are two
types of Assets. They are fixed assets and Current Assets.
Current assets are those assets which can be easily
converted into cash within a period of generally say one
year. Fixed Assets are those assets which can be touched,
felt and can be seen. The Benefits of fixed assets can be
derived more than one accounting period i.e, the benefit
can be derived for more than 12 months. Examples of Fixed
Assets are Plant & Machinery, Furniture, premises, Vehicles
A long-term, tangible asset held for business use and not
expected to be converted to cash in the current or upcoming
fiscal year, such as manufacturing equipment, real estate,
and furniture. also called plant.
there r two types of assets,fixed and current assets.
current assets are generally use to earn revenue on daily
basis,like a cloth merchandiser uses cloths sale or
purchase per day for earning and a general store owner uese
pulse,rice,salt,etc. also cash ,cheques and bills
receivable r also current assets,,whereas fixed asstes are
use to generate long term revenue.they purchased once in
the business and helps business like
building,machinery,plants etc.they r not used in general