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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His SALN report indicated total assets worth P2,028,566,772 and liabilities worth P258,000,000.
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That guidance (Financial Institutions Letter 17-2003) is intended to answer questions about the applicability of these portions of Sarbanes-Oxley to insured depository institutions supervised by the FDIC, based on whether they are public companies or subsidiaries of public companies, non-public companies with $500 million or more in total assets (subject to the reporting requirements of FDICIA) or non-public FDIC-supervised banks with less than $500 million in total assets.
2) The aggregate consolidated total assets of all financial subsidiaries of the state member bank do not exceed the lesser of:
Notice that the number in Total Assets (C15) doesn't equal the number in Total Liabilities and Owners' Equity (C32) and that both figures are highlighted in red.
When you consider the asset side of your balance sheet, those assets expressed in dollars are the total assets that you employ to earn a profit.
Established in June 2004, Great Florida Bank reported total assets of $1.
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operations of these ten banks, which consisted of twenty-six branches and agencies and one Edge corporation, had total assets of approximately $24 billion.
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