The major differences between tangible assets and intangible assets are as follows −
They have physical existence.
They get depreciated.
Liquidation is easier as compared to intangible assets.
They can be determined and evaluated easily.
They increase the value of the company.
They can be accepted as collateral.
They can be effected by natural calamities and by others means.
Land, vehicle, machinery, furniture etc. are some of the examples of tangible assets.
They don’t have physical existence.
They get amortised.
Liquidation is not easy as compared to tangible assets.
Determination and evaluation is difficult.
They increase the potential revenue.
They can’t be accepted as collateral.
They can be effected by business failure only.
Blueprints, goodwill, copyrights etc. are some of the examples of intangible assets.