Tangible assets are resources that you own or control that have a physical presence and that are expected to produce future economic value. This can be contrasted with intangible assets such as a brand that has no physical presence. The following are common examples of tangible assets.
Cash and cash equivalents
Stocks, bonds and other marketable securities
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Resources that have a physical presence that are expected to produce future economic value.
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