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1. Editing


3. Emerging Issues Task Force

4. Emergency Doctrine

5. elbow

6. Export Price Index

7. electronic stud finder

8. EAI

9. Evasion Of Tax

10. Environmental Externalities

11. exercise date

12. Electronic Transaction

13. Email

14. Earned Income Tax Credit (eitc)


16. Evapotranspiration

17. Earned Income Credit - EIC

18. energy release theory

19. Eating Someone's Lunch

20. Express Contract

21. European Agricultural Guidance And Guarantee Fund (EAGGF)

22. event-linked bond

23. exchange-traded derivative

24. European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority (EIOPA)


26. electric resistance coil

27. eddy

28. examiner

29. element

30. Exonerate

31. estimating

32. Ethernet

33. equity linked security (ELKS)

34. Ecological Balance

35. external economy

36. ecological risk assessment

37. easement by prescription

38. escape provision

39. EEZ

40. equity injection

41. Engineering Joint Contracts Documents Committee (EJCDC)

42. ears

43. economic model

44. evidence of insurability

45. exit p/e ratio

46. ESPP

47. expense reserve

48. Expenditures On Goods And Services Produced On Own Account

49. even spread

50. extrinsic facts test

51. ECN

52. eye protection

53. edge clearance

54. Efficient portfolio

55. exchange equalization account

56. employee savings plan

57. enjoin

58. Export Credits

59. Emotional Distress

60. Eva Longoria stock index

61. Easing

62. Employer matching contribution

63. employers' liability insurance

64. Environmental Assets Accounts

65. electrical ground

66. eave vent

67. Efficiency (of Production Processes)

68. Euromarket

69. efficacy insurance

70. earning capacity

71. Economic And Financial Committee

72. electric arc spraying

73. Exotics

74. Excess returns

75. equity sharing

76. Easterlin Paradox


78. Earning power

79. expired

80. Electronic Data Gathering, Analysis, and Retrieval

81. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

82. engineering insurance

83. Employee Retirement Income Security Act / Erisa

84. ETF

85. Expenditure Classes

86. Earnings Before Interest, Depreciation, Amortization and Exploration - EBIDAX

87. Ecosystem

88. Economic and Social Stabilization Fund

89. Experimental Economics

90. Expensed

91. EDP

92. Ethiopian Birr

93. energy derivatives

94. EOE

95. Epidemiology

96. Expected Holding-period Return

97. efficiency ratio

98. Editing Match

99. excess liquidity

100. employee as lessor endorsement

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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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