How to manage your business assets
March 2015
 
Business assets

Content:

  • What does business asset management entail?
  • Tracking fixed assets
  • IT assets
  • Vehicles
  • Managing rents and bills
  • Streamlining business operations
  • Pension funds and auto-enrolment
  • Conclusion

Assets can vary from financial to people within a business that the company holds. Some assets are hard to manage than other, or even difficult to quantify. This eBook guide will cover all aspects of business assets and the best way to define and manage these important factors of running a small business.

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What is asset management? The answer largely depends on who you ask. In financial circles, asset management can refer to the management of purely financial assets and Investopedia defines the term as: “The management of a client’s investments by a financial services company, usually an investment bank. The company will invest on behalf of its clients and give them access to a wide range of traditional and alternative product offerings that would not be to the average investor.”

 

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