Temporary Assets

Temporary Assets

That portion of a firm's current assets that fluctuates in response to seasonal or anticipated short-term.

Temporary Assets

A subset of a company's current assets that changes according to seasonal fluctuations. For example, a retail store's current inventory may include holiday decorations around Christmas. These decorations would be temporary assets with respect to the remainder of the store's inventory.
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It is saddening that some of these structures cannot be preserved for the sake of making a profit and temporary assets that reflect a modern architecture and survive a maximum of 100 years," Aydyn University's Kaptan was quoted as saying by Radikal.
In 1992, it repossessed those temporary assets after a purchaser defaulted upon its agreements.
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