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Financial terms in "Accounting"

1. accrual basis accounting

2. Net worth

3. Exact interest

4. earnings test

5. financial statement

6. EV/2P Ratio

7. Circulating assets

8. annual

9. Management Information System (MIS)

10. capex

11. Book value per share

12. voucher system

13. Obsolescence

14. accounts payable turnover

15. operating profit

16. double budget

17. Statements of Standard Accounting Practice

18. return on average equity (ROAE)

19. passive activity

20. dangerous asset

21. consistency

22. accounting historians journal

23. Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)

24. net operating loss deduction

25. trade payables

26. mixed cost

27. deposits paid

28. Expenses

29. equipment

30. allowance for depreciation

31. service

32. notional rent

33. cash out

34. day book

35. Tangible assets

36. Return

37. Unrealized loss

38. yield on invested assets

39. pay

40. return on net assets

41. Write-down

42. loss

43. Debit balance

44. vouching

45. economic value added

46. Double-Entry Bookkeeping

47. allowance for doubtful accounts

48. Sinking Fund

49. net investment

50. Balanced budget

51. general ledger

52. Creative accounting

53. payroll burden

54. unsecured creditor

55. leveraged buyback

56. cash outflow

57. profitable

58. operating margin

59. capital market imperfections view

60. reconciliation statement

61. Extraordinary item

62. date of acquisition

63. Accrual

64. Certified in Financial Management (CFM)

65. Phoenix Firms

66. private cost

67. revenue expenditure

68. consumption capital asset pricing model (CCAPM)

69. imputed value or imputed income

70. trailing 12 months (TTM)

71. cash flows from investing activities

72. earnings report

73. safe asset

74. Shareholders

75. Asset

76. total current assets

77. Off-Balance Sheet

78. notes receivable

79. gross debt service ratio (GDS)

80. statement

81. Retained Earnings

82. Accrual basis

83. consolidated financial statement

84. Replacement Cost

85. Other current assets

86. dividends

87. Investment

88. Valuation Reserve

89. record

90. capitalized cost

91. debt adjusted cash flow (DACF)

92. Credit

93. MD & A

94. off-the-book

95. supplies

96. posting

97. Overtime

98. nominal

99. CIF (Cost, Insurance, Freight [c.i.f.])

100. replacement price

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Disclosure

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A disclosure document explains how a financial product or offering works. It also details the terms to which you must agree in order to buy it or use it, and, in some cases, the risks you assume in making such a purchase.For example, publicly traded companies must provide all available information that might influence your decision to invest in the stocks or bonds they issue. mutual fund companies are required to disclose the risks and costs associated with buying shares in the fund. Government regulatory agencies, such as the securities and exchange commission (SEC), self-regulating organizations, state securities regulators, and NASD require such disclosures.Similarly, federal and local governments require lenders to explain the costs of credit, and banks to explain the costs of opening and maintaining an account.Despite the consumer benefits, disclosure information isn't always easily accessible. It may be expressed in confusing language, printed in tiny type, or so extensive that consumers choose to ignore it.

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