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Financial terms in "Economics"

1. Paraffin Waxes

2. Historic Cost Accounting

3. Dropouts

4. Slump

5. Facsimile Devices (FAX)

6. Normal Obsolescence

7. United Nations Conference on Trade and Development

8. Tourism

9. World Wide Fund For Nature (WWF)

10. Cryptography

11. Basing Point Pricing

12. Profits Of Import Monopolies

13. Class Boundaries

14. Voluntary Occupational Pension Plans

15. Nullification And Impairment

16. Official Aid (OA)

17. Continuing Education And Training

18. Goods In Transit By Road Throughout

19. Floating-rate Notes (FRNs)

20. inwood annuity factor

21. N,k Rule

22. Usual Environment (for Visitors)

23. Main Economic Indicator Main Country Groupings

24. Trace Elements

25. Airtime

26. Environmental Protection Input Output Table

27. Reefer Ship

28. Price Support

29. inflation target

30. Overemployment

31. Date Last Input Received From Source - MetaStore

32. Preferred Definition

33. Reserve Currency

34. Seasonal Adjustment

35. Oil Pipeline Network

36. Environmental Assets (SEEA)

37. saturation

38. NPIs (non-profit Institutions)

39. G10 Countries

40. International Classification By Status In Employment (ICSE-1993)

41. deflationary

42. Complete Set Of Edits

43. Threshold Rule

44. Liquid Biomass

45. Working Proprietors (in An Establishment)

46. Price Similarity Index

47. Subsidy On A Product

48. Historic Volatility

49. Workers In Seasonal Employment

50. Valuation Haircut

51. Qualitative Errors

52. Intramural Expenditures (on Research And Development)

53. marginal product

54. Warrants BPM

55. Systematic Errors

56. Rent - UN

57. Ecosystem

58. Employment Eurostat

59. Byte

60. Perpetual Inventory Method (PIM) Capital Stock

61. Concessional Restructuring

62. CASIC

63. Subsidies On Payroll Or Workforce

64. Air Pollution Sources

65. substitute goods

66. Calculated Interval

67. Cash Transfer

68. Net Contact Hours Of Teaching

69. Market Price Equivalents

70. Format

71. dollar auction

72. Connected Products

73. Identification

74. Tonne-kilometre By Rail

75. Index Reference Period

76. Rainforest

77. Specifications Generator

78. income replacement

79. Standard Efficiency Units

80. Mixed Indexation (of Pension Benefits)

81. Knowledge-based Economy

82. Purpose Of A Sea Passenger Voyage

83. Purchased Goodwill

84. Weak Sustainability

85. Total Support Estimate (TSE)

86. MONICA

87. Cyclical Component Of A Time Series

88. Self-employed Workers - SNA

89. Cash Reporting

90. Pathogen

91. Inherent Bias

92. Benefit (pension)

93. Nationality (of An Institutional Entity)

94. Stock-of-debt Operation

95. Environmentally Cleaner Products

96. Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO)

97. DGINS

98. Casual Workers

99. Electronic Funds Transfer At The Point Of Sale (EFTPOS)

100. Direct Foreign Investment Enterprise

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Nonprofit

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Charitable, cultural, and educational organizations that exist for reasons other than providing a profit for its owners, directors, or members are nonprofit organizations. However, these organizations can generate income to pay for their activities, salaries, and overhead by charging for services, making investments, and soliciting donations and memberships. A nonprofit arts center, for instance, may charge patrons for tickets and event subscriptions. Nonprofits incorporate in the states where they operate and are exempt from the state income taxes that for-profit corporations must pay. Some but not all qualify for federal tax-exempt status under section 501(c)(3) of the internal revenue code. Contributions to those qualifying organizations are tax deductible, though tax rules govern the percentage of your income you may deduct for gifts to different types of nonprofits.In exchange for these tax benefits, nonprofits must comply with some of the same financial reporting rules that for-profit corporations follow. For instance, nonprofits generally must follow corporate governance rules and make their financial reports available to the public.

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