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1. Trading profit

2. Tenant

3. Tangible Non-produced Assets

4. ten-bagger

5. Technical Barriers To Trade

6. TR

7. tilt fund

8. temp

9. tip sheet

10. trading post

11. Types Of Passenger Road Motor Vehicle

12. tax burden

13. Turnover (of Oil Pipeline Enterprises)

14. turnkey project

15. Transsexual

16. TED spread

17. Trade Volume Index

18. TIPS

19. Total Domestic Output (TDO)

20. Treseptuagintillion

21. TUR

22. Thrift institution

23. Treasury notes

24. temporary account

25. temporary bracing

26. trophy building

27. tile saw

28. tub trap

29. Thrift 

30. tsunami damage

31. teco

32. tie up

33. Tenor

34. tax and lien search

35. treble

36. Tax swap

37. Tax-exempt Interest Income

38. top soil

39. Trimmed Mean

40. Threadneedle Street

41. Trailer

42. terneplate

43. Turnover

44. total disability

45. tread

46. taping rule

47. Types Of Revenues (of Transport Enterprises)

48. Tax Equity and Fiscal Responsibility Act of 1982

49. tackless strip

50. time order

51. total pollution exclusion

52. TBAC

53. Total capitalization

54. Transboundary Pollution

55. tax year

56. Temporary Restraining Order (Tro)

57. Tight market

58. threshold level

59. The Asset-Backed Commercial Paper Money Market Mutual Fund Liquidity Facility (AMLF)

60. Tax haven

61. term certain method

62. Tod Deed

63. Three Pillar Approach To Sustainable Development

64. thermostatic valve

65. Tax Sheltering

66. Treasury Inflation-Indexed Securities (TIIS)

67. Tonne Of Oil Equivalent (TOE)

68. Transfer On Death (TOD)

69. traction

70. Trade deficit or surplus

71. Time Of Acquisition

72. tax-free bond fund

73. tax-deferred savings plan

74. Top-down Forecasting Approach

75. TSA

76. tax stop

77. Transfer And Payments To Other Private Entities

78. TDR

79. Tax Reform Act of 1986

80. Transactor Principle

81. Total Hospital Beds

82. Temporal method

83. tamp

84. TSS

85. tortoise rally

86. tax-exempt special savings account

87. travel organisation

88. Tabular Plan

89. Time decay

90. tarpaulin

91. Target Value

92. Tax-exempt security

93. trepan

94. Total Rate Of Return

95. tainted alpha

96. Transfer Payment

97. Title Search or Examination

98. Terminal value

99. timer switch

100. taker

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Sarbanes-Oxley Act Of 2002

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Named after its main Congressional sponsors, Senator Paul Sarbanes and representative Michael Oxley, the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 introduced new financial practices and reporting requirements, including executive certification of financial reports, plus more stringent corporate governance procedures for publicly traded US companies and added protections for whistleblowers. Also known as the Corporate and Auditing accountability, Responsibility, and Transparency Act, or more colloquially as SarbOx or SOX, the law was passed in response to several high-profile corporate scandals involving accounting fraud and corruption in major Us corporations.The law also created the public company accounting oversight board (PCAOB), a private-sector, nonprofit corporation that regulates and oversees public accounting firms.The law has seen its share of controversy, with opponents arguing that the expense and effort involved in complying with the law reduce shareholder value, and proponents arguing that increased corporate responsibility and transparency far outweigh the costs of compliance.

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