Finance

Equity Vs Capital

Equity Vs Capital Equity or Owner Equity or shareholder equity refers to the amount of money that the owner/shareholders have ...
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Discounted on Note Receivable

Discounted on Note Receivable Discount on Note Receivable incurs when the face value on note receivable is bigger than the ...
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Method of Evaluating Capital Investment Proposals

Method of Evaluating Capital Investment Proposals Capital Investment is the money that the company uses to purchase a fixed asset ...
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Current Cash Debt Coverage

Current Cash Debt Coverage Current Cash Debt Coverage Ratio is the liquidity ratio that measures the percentage of cash flow ...
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What is a Stale Check?

What is a Stale Check? Stale Check is the check which holder presents to the bank in six months or ...
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Zero Interest Bonds

Zero Interest Bonds Zero-interest Bonds/Debenture is the bond which issues with zero interest to the investor, they are sold at ...
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Capitalized Cash Flow Method

Capitalized Cash Flow Method The capitalized Cash Flow Method is the valuation method used to value the private company which ...
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Cannibalization rate

Cannibalization Rate The cannibalization rate is the percentage of existing product sales which is impacted by the issuing of new ...
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Margin Call Price

Margin Call Price A margin call occurs when the investors using a margin account to buy stock and the account ...
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Retained Earning Breakpoint

Retained Earning Breakpoint Retained earning breakpoint is the level of capital that the company can raise without issuing new common ...
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