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Financial terms in "Fundamental Analysis"

1. participating convertible preferred share

2. Exchange

3. preference shares

4. Financial Accounting Standards Board

5. dividend recapitalization

6. Tender Offer

7. dilution of ownership

8. non-cash expense

9. Share

10. gross processing margin

11. exceptional item

12. price/earnings ratio

13. Record Date

14. Net Assets

15. inventory

16. insider selling

17. adjusted book value

18. dividend payout

19. Fortune 500

20. bird in hand

21. liquidity ratio

22. playback

23. times interest earned

24. Dilution

25. certificated stock

26. dilutive

27. top line

28. Return on Invested Capital

29. Earnings estimate

30. NYSE


32. gross dividends

33. Profit

34. expected return

35. interim earnings per share

36. look through

37. LTM

38. recommendation

39. Whisper number

40. Closely held

41. equity income

42. Gross margin

43. multistage dividend discount model

44. consumer stock

45. fixed income instruments

46. forward dividend yield

47. dividend rollover plan

48. employee stock purchase plan

49. earnings power

50. incremental dividend

51. Funds From Operations

52. capitalization ratios

53. deferred share

54. annual return

55. accumulated earnings tax

56. modified internal rate of return (MIRR)

57. interest cover

58. taxable preferred security

59. Beneish model

60. cap rate

61. dividend clawback

62. management's discussion

63. synthetic dividend

64. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles

65. trailing P/E

66. Current Ratio

67. dividend signaling

68. gross sales

69. Committee on Uniform Securities Identification Procedures

70. Merger

71. profit and loss statement

72. entitlements

73. net income from continuing operations

74. Earnings before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation, Amortization and Special Losses (EBITDAL)

75. holder of record

76. key performance indicators

77. capitalization rate

78. dividend tax credit

79. fiscal year


81. cost of carry

82. dividend test

83. dividend arbitrage

84. Operating Cash Flow

85. double taxation

86. equity-linked note

87. secondary stock

88. dividend frequency

89. qualified dividend

90. ex-stock dividends

91. Dividend Reinvestment Plan

92. Three-Phase DDM

93. Tax

94. Return on equity

95. Cyclical stock

96. Dividend Record

97. original issue stock

98. consent dividend

99. corporate stock

100. earnings season

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Hope Scholarship Credit

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You may qualify for a Hope scholarship tax credit for money you spend on qualified educational expenses for yourself, your spouse, or a dependent child.To qualify, the student must be enrolled at least halftime in the first or second year of a qualified higher education institution pursuing a degree or other credential.Qualified institutions include liberal arts colleges, universities, and vocational, trade, or technical schools. If two qualifying students are enrolled at the same time, you may take two Hope tax credits.To qualify for this credit, your modified adjusted gross income must fall within the annual limits that Congress sets. Those amounts tend to increase slightly each year.If you claim the credit while you're taking withdrawals from tax-free college savings plans such as a section 529 plan or an education savings account (ESA), you'll have to plan carefully. Your withdrawals will lose their qualified status and be subject to tax and penalty if you use them to pay for the same expenses for which you claim the tax credit. You can't take the credit, though, if you claim a tuition and fees deduction in calculating your adjusted gross income.

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