ACC 400 Wk1 comparing and contrasting current and noncurrent assets

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Current and Noncurrent Assets PaperCurrent and Noncurrent Assets PaperACC/400 - Week OneInstructor's Name: IntroductionCurrent and non-current assets are important items to evaluate a balance sheet. The following paper evaluates the meaning and differences between current and non-current assets. In addition to that, the paper will describe the order of liquidity and its application in a balance sheet.A company's balance sheet includes both current and non-current assets. The current assets are defined as the total sum of:Cash and cash equivalents - Cash in hand or cash at bankAccounts receivables - Amount that is expected to be collected from the customers within the current accounting cycleInventory - Goods or material in-stock or under processing which can be sold and converted into cashMarketable securities - Very liquid securities that can be converted

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