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Updated by Fusion 360 on May 20, 2014
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Items You Won’t Believe Qualify as Assets

One man’s garbage is another man’s gold, but in the World of asset protection, a piece of garbage can be gold for anyone. Salt Lake City residents often fail to understand what qualifies as an asset, because they are very fortunate, and the fish are often the last to discover their ocean. Without further ado, here is our top eight list of baffling items that qualify as assets.

1

Teeth

Teeth

Yes, Lil Jon’s teeth qualify as assets, because they are sheathed in diamond and gold. Although we’re uncertain that there’s a human being behind those sunglasses, it would be interesting to find out what he did with those teeth if he became broke.

2

Your Autographed Poster

Your Autographed Poster

A flitting sweep of your favorite celebrity’s pen across a piece of paper you own can turn it into a desirable commodity. Who needs an asset protection expert for this one? An autographed John Stockton jersey would always be safe to any Salt Lake City resident.

3

Vinyl Records

Vinyl Records

Despite their antiquity, vinyl records can appreciate with time unlike most fixed assets.

4

Clothing

Clothing

Salt Lake City residents may not realize they need asset protection until they understand that what is right underneath their nose, most notably their shoes, may qualify as assets.

5

Movie Memorabilia

Movie Memorabilia

Even if something is not an exact replica, or better yet, the actual costume wore in a particular film, it may hold monetary value.

6

Action Figures

Action Figures

Remember that movie “40 Year Old Virgin”? Steve Carrel’s inamorata was right; if he sold his action figures he could’ve reeled in thousands.

7

Comic Books

Comic Books

Who said childish items could not appreciate wealth and turn one into a millionaire?

8

Foreign Coins

Foreign Coins

Although foreign coins cannot be used as currency in the states, they can earn thousands of U.S. dollars for mint condition coins hailing from other countries.

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Writer

Writer

James O’Connor is a writer at Fusion 360, an advertising agency in Salt Lake City. He writes for York Howell and many other clients.

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