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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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As part of the circulating Asset of the enterprise the inventory is analyzed as from the amount of each one of the accountable bills that conform it, for which we begin with the characterization of the inventory system of the Cienfuegos Integral Forestry Enterprise.
* Procedures are designed for the management of the elements that integrate the Circulating Asset and the Current liability of the Enterprise.
"The management of the work capital includes all the aspects of the management circulating assets and equities.
With the objective of analyzing each one of the components of the Enterprise's Work Capital, beginning with the Circulating Assets and specifically the cash.
circulating assets of a company or their proceeds for the benefit of the
control of the circulating assets. (20) This may occur where the secured
possession of or assumed control of the circulating assets.
Net circulating capital management includes the development of capital structure as well as management of corporate circulating assets which determine the demand for net circulating capital.
Credit funds are provided to replenish circulating assets of the company as well as to refinance debts in other Banks.
"Small and medium enterprises mainly need circulating assets for purchase of equipment and production," Mr.
The Prime Minister emphasized the need for replenishment of circulating assets of enterprises, which are not covered with the VAT: "There is no other way than the issuance of domestic republican bonds."
The agricultural producers can get the necessary circulating assets as budgetary loans secured by the grain at low lending rates of National Bank at 6.8% per annum.