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1. 1099-MISC Form

2. 457 plan

3. 1098-C Form

4. 130/30 Mutual Fund

5. 1040 Form Schedule R

6. 1035 exchange

7. 401(k)/403(b) loan

8. 5-1 Hybrid Adjustable-Rate Mortgage - 5-1 Hybrid ARM

9. 2% rule

10. 1120-ND Form

11. 529 college savings plan

12. 1040 Form Schedule D-1

13. 1120-PC Form

14. 403(b)

15. 72 Rule

16. 90-age formula

17. 1098-T Form

18. 1098 Form

19. 80/10/10, 80/15/5, and 80/20/0 loan plans

20. 12B-1 fees

21. 10/10 Rule

22. 144 stock

23. 1040 form

24. 30-Day Notice

25. 10:10

26. 52-Week Range

27. 1040 Form Schedule J

28. 51% attack

29. 12b-1 plan

30. 1040

31. 2) The two-character ISO 3166 country code for ARGENTINA.

32. 1040 Form Schedule H

33. 2k

34. 3P

35. 80-20 Rule

36. 1120-PC Form Schedule M-3

37. 30-Year Treasury

38. 1099-R Form

39. 480p

40. 1913 Federal Reserve Act

41. 401(k) plan

42. 20% cushion rule

43. 52-week low

44. 1040 Form Schedule L

45. 1040 Form Schedule D

46. 100% equities strategy

47. 10-Year Treasury Note

48. 500 Investor Rule

49. 80/20 Rule

50. 1040-C Form

51. 2011 U.S. Debt Ceiling Crisis

52. 3.95% ARM

53. 1099

54. 1040EZ Form

55. 4/4

56. 1120-IC-DISC Form Schedule P

57. 203(k)

58. 1120-FSC Form Schedule P

59. 52-Week High/Low

60. 1120-S Form Schedule D

61. 1040 Form Schedule C-EZ

62. 2-1 buydown

63. 1120 Form Schedule B

64. 1040PC Form

65. 1040A Form

66. 1040-NR Form

67. 3-6-3 rule

68. 12B-1 funds

69. 1120 Form Schedule UTP

70. 40-Year Mortgage

71. 203(b)

72. 8917 Form

73. 1120-F Form Schedule H

74. 1120-L Form

75. 10% guideline

76. 1120 Form Schedule O

77. 1120-F Form Schedule P

78. 10-K wrap

79. 4868 Form

80. 529 prepaid tuition plan

81. 1120 Form Schedule G

82. 1080p

83. 30-day Wash Sale Rule

84. 30-day wash rule

85. 60-Plus Delinquencies

86. 480i

87. 90-day savings account

88. 10-K

89. 501(c)

90. 3C1

91. 1099 DIV

92. 2/28 adjustable-rate mortgage

93. 1120-S Form Schedule M-3

94. 940-B Form

95. 1120-IC-DISC Form Schedule Q

96. 10-q Report

97. 5 C's of credit

98. 52-week high

99. 1120-L Form Schedule M-3

100. 360 Degree Thinking

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Gross Margin

Categories: Accounting, Fundamental Analysis, Operation and Production,

Gross margin, sometimes called gross profit, is the percentage by which profits exceed production costs. To find gross margin you divide sales minus production costs by sales. For example, if you want to calculate your gross margin on selling handmade scarves, you need to know how much you spent creating the scarves, and what you collected by selling them.If you sold 10 scarves at $15 a piece, and spent $8 per scarf to make them, your gross margin would be 46.7%, or $150 in sales minus $80 in production costs divided by $150. Gross margin is not the same as gross profit, which is simply sales minus costs. In this example, it's $70, or $150 minus $80. If you're doing research on a company you're considering as an investment, you can look at the gross margin to help you see how efficiently it uses its resources. If the company has a higher gross margin than its competition, it can command higher prices or spends less on production. That might mean it can allocate more resources to developing new products or pursuing other projects.

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