total assets

total assets

the combined amount of a company's FIXED ASSETS and CURRENT ASSETS as recorded in the company's BALANCE SHEET. This shows all the assets used by a company regardless of how they are financed. Compare NET ASSETS.

total assets

The sum of all cash,investments,furniture, fixtures, equipment, receivables, intangibles, and any other items of value owned by a person or a business entity.

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one of Taiwan's largest life insurers, saw return on investment (ROI) exceed 6%, the highest among peers with total assets surpassing NT$500 billion, according to statistics compiled by the Taiwan Insurance Institute (TII).
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As a result, First Madison had approximately $1 billion in total assets on March 31, 1994, consisting primarily of remaining "covered assets" which carry certain guaranties from the FSLIC/RF.
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