COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE
Property used exclusively for business activities. Some examples of this property include malls, gas stations, convenience stores, office parks, and restaurants. Normally, businesses occupying a commercial real estate lease the space.
A form that needs to be submitted to the SEC in the event of a merger or an acquisition of 2 companies.
The Accounting Review
Academic publication comprised abstracts, articles, and book reviews promoting accounting education, research, and practice. First published in 192 ...
Long-Term Capital Management - LTCM
A huge hedge fund established by well-known Salomon Brothers bond trader John Meriwether in 1993. It started with more than $1 billion in assets wh ...
Deduction from gross income subject to tax, which occurs due to expenses a taxpayer has incurred. It is removed from taxable income, lowering his o ...
Normal unit of trading for securities or bonds. The even lot purchase of stock is 100 shares; For bonds, five shares. A stock transaction involving ...
For Gen Y: How to Avoid Working Forever
Is it possible for most of the Generation Y people to avoid working forever? According to a survey The Retirement Readiness of Three Uniq ...
Significance of Shaping Kids` Financial Literacy
Financial literacy begins at home. Parents play a significant role in educating their children about money, as it can affect how they will handle t ...
Weighing on the Critical Illness Insurance
Rising cost of premiums remain a concern for most people. The industry, for the longest time, has been grappling with alleviating woes by providing ...
Reasons Why People Still Work in Their Golden Years
Many retirees have various reasons for working even if they are already retired, but it all boils down to two main factors: they have to because th ...
Resolving Financial Dispute in Marriage
Money is one of the most disputed issues in marriage and the leading causes of divorce. Instead of consistent and sincere communication, couples co ...
SEE FOREX TUTORIAL
In the United States, the inflation rate was 0.2% through the 12 months ended July. In the United Kingdom, inflation was 0.1% in July.
Choosing Your Bank
Now that you’ve learned the basics of banking and the importance of it, you are now ready to put your money in a bank. But which bank should ...
The Concepts of Economics: Scarcity
To fully grasp the essence of what economics is, we must first understand the concept of scarcity along with the branches of study under economics ...
Buying a Home: Getting Pre-Approved for a Mortgage
You have determined the amount needed to buy the home of your dreams. Now, figure out the amount a bank can lend you. The rationale behind this is ...
Student Loans: Repaying Debts Faster
Student loans may not be paid overnight, but we want to pay it off in a fastest way possible. Is it possible? Before anything else, one h ...
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