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1. time-clock switch

2. third-party risk

3. Text Message

4. TJR

5. testamentary intention

6. Term repo

7. tax deposit certificate

8. Tax Bracket

9. title theory states

10. Types Of Goods Carried By Road

11. The Public

12. trepan

13. Term certificate

14. Turnkey construction contract

15. Time and a Half

16. Task Force

17. Time Lag

18. Trade Option

19. Term Auction Facility (TAF)

20. Taft-Hartley Act of 1947

21. truckers policy

22. Tax-free Savings Account

23. Trading symbol

24. Transfer

25. Tokyo Financial Exchange (TFX)

26. Tourists

27. Technological Innovations

28. Trade draft

29. topography

30. TMX group

31. Total (domestic) Material Input

32. Tariff Escalation

33. TSLF

34. Trust Fund Recovery Penalty (Tfrp)

35. Treseptuagintillion

36. Tropical Forest

37. Timeshare

38. tangible book value

39. Trading profit

40. thermowelding

41. tax sale

42. tenancy for life

43. Too Big To Fail

44. Tuvalu Dollar

45. trading arcade

46. Trade Descriptions Act

47. trace cloth

48. Tax Equity and Fiscal Responsibility Act of 1982 (TEFRA)

49. trustor

50. Target Price (for Milk)

51. travel organisation

52. Timing option

53. tax lot

54. Tax status election

55. Total Index

56. TEFRA (Tax Equity and Fiscal Responsibility Act of 1983)

57. Total revenue

58. Treasury Management

59. TAF

60. Transfer price

61. Top-Level Domain

62. Transferable-on-death

63. TND

64. Takeover target

65. TO

66. Time Limits

67. Technical Indicators

68. Transferor

69. two-tier tender offer

70. Tax Fairness

71. tax multiplier

72. Trophic Levels

73. thin capitalization

74. Theoretical Age

75. TSP

76. Timely

77. torch

78. theft

79. threads

80. tax incidence

81. Thinly traded

82. Translation exposure

83. Terminal Share Price

84. taxes

85. Tax Lien Notice

86. Territorial Rating

87. Transit Of Road Vehicle

88. Type Ii Error

89. Trading halt

90. Toronto Stock Exchange

91. Trailing earnings

92. Tax Court

93. Targeted Accrual Redemption Note - TARN

94. Technology Center

95. Trusts - IMF

96. thermometer

97. transportation expenses

98. two-part sealant

99. Tax rate

100. Time Period

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Your return is the profit or loss you have on your investments, including income and change in value. Return can be expressed as a percentage and is calculated by adding the income and the change in value and then dividing by the initial principal or investment amount. You can find the annualized return by dividing the percentage return by the number of years you have held the investment. For example, if you bought a stock that paid no dividends at $25 a share and sold it for $30 a share, your return would be $5. If you bought on January 3, and sold it the following January 4, that would be a 20% annual percentage return, or the $5 return divided by your $25 investment. But if you held the stock for five years before selling for $30 a share, your annualized return would be 4%, because the 20% gain is divided by five years rather than one year.Percentage return and annual percentage return allow you to compare the return provided by different investments or investments you have held for different periods of time.

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