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Liquid Assets -- Cash, checks and easily-convertible securities available to meet immediate and emergency needs.
liquid assets -- the total amount of funds that are in the form of cash or can quickly be converted to cash. These include (1) cash; (2) demand deposits; (3) time and savings deposits; and (4) investments capable of being quickly converted into cash without significant loss, either through their sale or through the scheduled return of principal at the end of a short time remaining to maturity.
Liquid assets -- Practically the same as quick assets ; assets in cash or readily convertible into cash. The assets of a bank, for instance, are liquid assets when they are not tied up in time loans or in securities which cannot promptly be turned into money.
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