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1. consumer interest

2. revenue enhancement

3. 1120-F Form Schedule V

4. Dependent

5. Pay-As-You-Go

6. claim for refund

7. married filing separately

8. NSO

9. exchange fund

10. tax adviser

11. Cash Accounting

12. taxed

13. tax-exempt commercial paper

14. double tax-exemption

15. member of household test

16. pre-tax rate of return

17. 1040-ES Form

18. IRS

19. Closing Statement

20. tax burden

21. Gift Tax

22. in escrow

23. 1120 Form

24. Property Tax

25. Required Minimum Distribution

26. 941-SS Form

27. transfer-for-value rule

28. separate tax returns

29. 1120-REIT Form

30. stretch annuity

31. 1120-C Form

32. death tax

33. GUST restatement

34. 4868 Form

35. NRWT

36. average price per share

37. double taxation

38. equalization

39. accommodation trading

40. Audit committee

41. Fibonacci retracement

42. charitable contributions deduction

43. 1120 Form Schedule H

44. Credit

45. Medicare tax

46. Dividend

47. ATO

48. VAT inspector

49. Provincial Parental Insurance Plan (PPIP)

50. Tax liability

51. deferred account

52. adoption credit

53. tax-qualified

54. 1120 Form Schedule UTP

55. dual-status taxpayer

56. corporate taxable equivalent

57. franked income

58. 1099-SA Form

59. Exemption

60. 1040-EZ Form

61. wealth tax

62. taxes

63. W-9S Form

64. Longtime Homebuyer Tax Credit

65. 1120-X Form

66. differential disclosure

67. conveyance tax

68. Gift inter vivos

69. 1040-SS Form

70. tax form

71. 1099-A Form

72. Certified Financial Planner

73. capital dividend account (CDA)

74. Consumer Debt

75. 1120-PC Form Schedule M-3

76. 1120-F Form Schedule S

77. luxury tax

78. double exempt

79. effective tax rate

80. tax inspector

81. 1120-S Form Schedule K-1

82. taxable preferred security

83. W-4P Form

84. capital transfer tax

85. assessment of deficiency

86. 1120-ND Form

87. 1040 Form Schedule J

88. fiscal agent

89. Federal Tax Identification Number

90. Military Family Tax Relief Act of 2003

91. trust-preferred security

92. Laffer Curve

93. Tax

94. business activity statement (BAS)

95. 1099-H Form

96. Advance Corporation Tax

97. Fiscal Drag

98. filing status

99. nominee interest

100. direct tax

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Common Shares

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Securities representing equity ownership in a corporation, providing voting rights, and entitling the holder to a share of the company's success throughdividends and/or capital appreciation. In the event of liquidation, common shareholders have rights to a company's assets only after bondholders, other debt holders, and preferred shareholders have been satisfied. Typically, common shareholders receive one vote per share to elect the company's board of directors (although the number of votes is not always directly proportional to the number of shares owned). The board of directors is the group of individuals that represents the owners of the corporation and oversees major decisions for the company. common shareholders also receive voting rights regarding other company matters such as stock splits and company objectives. In addition to voting rights, common shareholders sometimes enjoy what are called "preemptive rights". preemptive rights allow common shareholders>to maintain their proportional ownership in the company in the event that the company issues another offering of stock. This means that common shareholders with preemptive rights have the right but not the obligation to purchase as many new shares of the stock as it would take to maintain their proportional ownership in the company. also called junior equity or common stock.

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