Outstanding assets are those assets over which the company has no immediate claim but which are recoverable at a later date or which cannot be converted into cash immediately.
Following are a few examples of different classes of outstanding assets:
- Income Receivable
- Prepaid Expenses
- Deferred Revenue Expenses.
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