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Why does the balance sheet differentiate between liquid and fixed assets?

CAN ANYONE PLEASE GIVE ME SOME IDEAS ABOUT IT???????THX.

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  1. Liquid assets are those that can be quickly turned into cash.

    Fixed assets are those that it would be time-consuming and difficult to sell -- like buildings and land.

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