Intangible Assets

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Definition: Intangible Assets

As the word intangible suggests for itself, intangible assets are those assets of a company that cannot be physically seen, touched or measured. But these assets are built over time in the company and add to the overall enterprise value in the long term.

Examples of intangible assets are patents, trademarks, goodwill, intellectual property, human capital, brand recognition, etc.

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