Friday, June 6, 2008

What are Cash Equivalents

Accounting Definition Cash Equivalents are Short-term (redeemable in less than three months), highly liquid investments and assets that are convertible to known amounts of cash quickly. For example, certain accounts receivables are considered cash equivalents. A 3-month CD would also be considered a cash equivalent.

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