Capital is anything that has long term value to a business or individual including cash and assets such as land, buildings, equipment and natural resources. Intangible value can also be considered capital including brands, patents, copyrights, human capital, relational capital, cultural capital and social capital.
|Definition (1)||Property that has long term value to a business.|
|Definition (2)||A tangible or intangible entity that has durable value.|
|Examples||Cash, tangible assets and intangible assets|
|Related Concepts||Tangible AssetsIntangible Assets|
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