What is the Difference between Current Assets and Fixed
Assets and how would you classified it




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What is the Difference between Current Assets and Fixed Assets and how would you classified it..

Answer / r.sivaraman

The difference between current assets and fixed assets as
follows:

Current assets are flexible in nature, easy to encashable
and floting money to company whereas

Fixed assets are Fixed in nature in other words non-moving
assets, not easy to encash, regularly depreciated.

Classification:

Current assets:

Cash - at hand and at bank
Inventories
Sundry Debtors
Advance and Deposits

Fixed Assets:

Land and Building
Furniture and Fittings
Tools and tackles
Plant and Machinery
Computer ( including assessories and UPS)

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What is the Difference between Current Assets and Fixed Assets and how would you classified it..

Answer / arjun_gatsby

Fixed assets can be used for more than a substantial period
stated in AS 16 ( i.e. 12 months ) and which could be
identified as Tangible
However Current assest are of nature of short term and
which are easily convertible into cash

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What is the Difference between Current Assets and Fixed Assets and how would you classified it..

Answer / toshif patel

Current Assets are also known as Liquid Assets as it can be
easily ancash like We can easly withdraw many from Bank,
Can Recive mony from Debtors, etc.
But in case of Fixed Assets They can,nt easly Sold out.
becouse they can be inforce of Bussiness more than Year

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What is the Difference between Current Assets and Fixed Assets and how would you classified it..

Answer / guest

Current assets in those assets this are easily convert in
cash with in one year or emidetly. (For ex:- stock, debtor,
prepaid ex:- gold, bond, fixed investment in bank & bank
account.)
Fixed assets in those assets this are not easily convert in
cash or taken more time to liquidation.(For ex:- land,
building, machinery & furniture.)
Main difference between current assets and fixed assets is
Current assets use shot team and this fig er or quantity
always changes this are raining assets (bank accounts,
stock & cash)
Fixed assets is long time using purpose so this is not
Chang more time. most of capitals money in investing on
fixed assets.(land, plant, machinery & building)

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What is the Difference between Current Assets and Fixed Assets and how would you classified it..

Answer / kkrao1983

hi, this is koteswara rao.

current assets means we can easily convert into cash with
in short time( with in one year).that is called currenct
assets.
example:cash in hand, bank a/c, stocks etc

fixed assets: it will take some time to convert into cash,
it will take depends on the assets.

ex: land, mationary,building etc

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What is the Difference between Current Assets and Fixed Assets and how would you classified it..

Answer / md sultan raza

current assets is an assets which can be easily convertable
into rupees.it is also used to meet the daily expenditure
of the company.the duration of current assets is normally 1
to 2 yeaqrs.
fixed assets is an assets which is acquired to use in the
organisation for a long period of time to help in the
servicing or manufacturing process.the duration of fixed
assets is normally more than 5 years.

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What is the Difference between Current Assets and Fixed Assets and how would you classified it..

Answer / vijay gupta

current assets ia an assets which can be easily convertible
in to cash with in a shorter duration. This is important
that these assets can be created from ordinary, investing
or financing activities.

Fixed assets are those which arises from investing
activities of the enterprises so that benefits can be taken
regularly for a longer period.

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What is the Difference between Current Assets and Fixed Assets and how would you classified it..

Answer / roty ioane

The different between current asset and non current asset
is that current asset are the assets that are easily
converted into cash and it is held primarily for the
purpose of being traded, where as the fixed assets is the
assets that are not easy to encash, and regularly
depreciated

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What is the Difference between Current Assets and Fixed Assets and how would you classified it..

Answer / sham

The basic difference between current assets and fixed
assets is given below:

Current assets are flexible in nature, easy to convert in
money for company on the other hand Fixed assets are those
assets which are Fixed in nature, not easy to convert in
money for company.

Classification:

Current assets:

Cash in hand and at bank
Stock in hand
Sundry Debtors
Loans & Advances

Fixed Assets:

Land and Building
Furniture and Fittings
Tools and tackles
Plant and Machinery
Computers & Laptops
Printers etc.

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What is the Difference between Current Assets and Fixed Assets and how would you classified it..

Answer / tpai

current asset can be seen as an asset which can be easily
converted to cash ,it is always ready to be convretd.
example cash at bank , gold ,stocks etc while fixed asset
is a long term investment that can cannot be easily
converted to cash for in instance you can wake up one
morning and decide to collect all the money in your accout
which will be given to you by the bank peacefully without
stress but you can"t easily sell your machnery because it
there to serve the company for a specific period of time
because if that is done the company might fold or might
have to borrow inorder to continue the day to day opreation
of the business .other examples of fixed asset are land
furntures and fittings etc

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