Working Asset


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Working Asset

A highly liquid, current asset. Working assets are taken in and distributed over relatively brief periods of time. Examples of working assets include cash, works in process and inventory. A working asset is also called a floating asset or a circulating asset.
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The event is organised by the residents who live at the Market Wells Foyer in Birkenhead - part of Forum Housing Association - as part of the Working Assets Programme Business Initiative Joanne Gordon from the Market Wells Foyer said: "I think it works so well because the event is put on by young people for young people so they know what works and what doesn''t.
As we expected, the company's net interest spread contracted by 60 bps QoQ in 4Q09 to 7% due to the lower profitability of working assets from the reduction in lending rates.
Mr Abdulrahman said Dubai's government had done much to develop the emirate, from hotels to beaches, shopping centres and tourism, adding that these were working assets since Dubai would remain a magnet for holidaymakers.
It turns over $1M and is for sale on a leasehold basis for $395K which includes all requisite working assets worth circa $150K.
Avolio is responsible for managing the working assets of Crimson Trace to optimize profitability and cash flow, provide guidance and direction to the accounting department and establish and maintain strong banking relationships.
CREDO Mobile, a US-based mobile phone service from Working Assets, a wireless, long distance and credit card company, is to use text messaging through mobile phones to increase turnout in primary election contests in USA on Tuesday (5 February).
Likening the economic system to a computer operating system, Barnes (cofounder and former president of Working Assets Long Distance) suggests that Capitalism 2.
Peter Barnes, co-founder of Working Assets Long Distance and Credit Card Services, and writer for Newsweek and the New York Times, says capitalism needs an upgrade.
Each year, the phone and credit card company Working Assets donates to nonprofit groups a portion of its customers' payments.
The Leave My Child Alone campaign, coordinated by Working Assets, The Mainstreet Moms and the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now, built a coalition site where parents can create opt-out letters to mail to their superintendents.
Given the fact that the Rainbow card and Working Assets card are also MBNA cards, I was left wondering which company would best reflect our values and spend our money more wisely.
Employees of Working Assets long distance telephone service have donated money to plant 5,100 trees in AMERICAN FORESTS' Trees for Tigers project.