Liquidating non core assets


A non-core business asset can be any kind of non-essential asset with respect to generating revenue and the core business operations of the company. A non-core asset could be a factory or property that is no longer being used. Non-core assets might also be an entire subsidiary or a holding in another company. Typically, non-core assets can include the following:

  • Real estate
  • Commodities
  • Idle equipment
  • Natural resources
  • Investment securities
  • Land that's not being used

Non-core assets can also be referred to as non-operating assets because they may generate income or provide a return on their investment but are not essential to the ongoing operation of the company.

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