Tangible Asset Definition

A tangible asset is an item owned by a business that has a physical presence, such as a piece of equipment or a vehicle.

Tangible Asset Extended Definition
When an item can be physically seen or felt, it is a tangible asset. Tangible assets add value to a business’s net worth.

Examples of tangible assets include:

  • Land
  • Cash
  • Equipment
  • Vehicles
  • Inventory
  • Other property

You might protect your tangible assets with insurance, use them as collateral to secure a loan or turn them into cash.

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Rachel Blakely-Gray | Apr 18, 2023

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