Definition

Long-Term Investments

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Long-term investments are assets that a firm plans to hold for a minimum period of one year. It is an account on the asset side of the balance sheet of a company, representing its investments, such as bonds, real estate, stocks and cash.

The long-term investments cannot be sold for years; in fact, in few cases, these types of investments might not be sold ever.

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