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Financial terms in "Accounting"

1. earnings test

2. Quarter

3. fixed-charge coverage ratio

4. adjusted funds from operations

5. Modified ACRS

6. index basis

7. contingent capital

8. accounting convention

9. internal expansion

10. Periodic inventory

11. accruals

12. order of liquidity

13. Above The Line

14. accrual principle

15. general audit

16. Return On Capital Employed

17. accretive

18. cumulative total return

19. trading book

20. cash flow after taxes (CFAT)

21. franchise factor

22. valuation account

23. dedicated capital

24. back pay

25. managerial accounting

26. MACRS

27. credit ticket

28. operating margin

29. fixed asset turnover ratio

30. held-for-trading security

31. long-term assets

32. register

33. folio

34. capex

35. current debt

36. preliminary announcement

37. financial condition

38. capital property

39. temporary new account

40. reliability

41. Operating expenses

42. fire sale

43. capital market imperfections view

44. fourth quarter

45. IASB

46. Net working capital

47. actual cost

48. operating cost

49. procurement

50. Current cost accounting

51. Selling, General & Administrative expense (SG & A)

52. Auditing Standards Board (ASB)

53. Comptroller General

54. restatement

55. EBIDTA

56. MTD

57. Prime book of entry

58. materiality principle

59. cash flow after interest and taxes

60. historical cost accounting

61. public corporation

62. non-financial asset

63. Creditors (control account)

64. NPV profile

65. Residual Value

66. books of account

67. Gross Profit Margin

68. Variance

69. sales budget

70. bad debt

71. Customs and Excise

72. Additional Principal Payment

73. internal audit

74. expected return-beta relationship

75. equity yield rate

76. cash conversion cycle

77. open to buy

78. Obsolescence

79. days sales of inventory (DSI)

80. accounting practice

81. calendar year

82. dangerous asset

83. Memorandum accounts

84. fund balance

85. accumulated depreciation

86. dilutive

87. Gross margin

88. direct cost

89. Unaffiliated Investments

90. stockholder books

91. cash ratio

92. Annual Percentage Yield

93. Real accounts

94. Net Effective Income

95. asset impairment accounting

96. Below The Line

97. imputed value or imputed income

98. comps

99. Entry

100. capital net worth

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Principal Register

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primary trademark register of the USPTO. When a mark has been registered on the Principal Register, the mark is entitled to all the rights provided by the trademark act. The advantages of owning a registration on the Principal Register include the following: constructive notice to the public of the registrant’s claim of ownership of the mark (15 U.S.C. Section 1072); A legal presumption of the registrant’s ownership of the mark and the registrant’s exclusive right to use the mark nationwide on or in connection with the goods and/or services listed in the registration (15 U.S.C. Sections 1057(b) and 1115(a); A date of constructive use of the mark as of the filing date of the application (15 U.S.C. Section 1057(c); TMEP Section 201.02); The ability to bring an action concerning the mark in federal court (15 U.S.C. Section 1121); The ability to file the U.S. registration with the U.S. Customs Service to prevent importation of infringing foreign goods (15 U.S.C. Section 1124); The registrant’s exclusive right to use a mark in commerce on or in connection with the goods or services covered by the registration can become “incontestable,” subject to certain statutory defenses (15 U.S.C. Sections 1065 and 1115(b)); and The use of the U.S. registration as a basis to obtain registration in foreign countries.

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