Individual who receives a benefit from the completion of the contract although he is not considered an actual party in the contract. It also refers to a third party benefiting from a donation or gift. Also called third party beneficiary.
Regulations and policy in a country on conducting trade with other countries. Policies include imposing tariffs and other trade barriers such as re ...
SEC Form DEFN14A
SEC Form DEFN14 is a filing submitted by or on behalf of a non-management that is not in any way associated with contested solicitations when a sha ...
Push Down Accounting
It refers to a company that merges with another company. Costs that have been accrued are transferred to the other company.
Self-Regulatory Organization (SRO) is a non-governmental organization. The SRO have the authority of creating and enforcing industry standards and ...
The closing price of a security on the previous day of trading. It may refer to the previous day’s value of bond, stock, market index or comm ...
Why Investors Read Newspapers
During the time of American publisher William Randolph Hearst, print journalism was a huge hit. So it made sense for investors to buy newspapers. T ...
Common Culprits of a Sluggish Economy
Lack of economic progress has evolved to a global conflict over the years, as growth seemed elusive despite several efforts by each country. From 1 ...
Supply and Demand in Economics
Supply and demand are the backbone of a market economy. Before switching to more complex aspects, you should get an insight into these fundame ...
Size of Mutual Funds: Does It Matter?
When it comes to mutual funds, does size really matter? The size of a mutual fund pertains to the total amount of money or total asset ba ...
Steps to Purchasing Health Insurance
Step 1: Find out the insurance plans accepted by existing providers. Some of you may have a primary care physician or specialist ...
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Retirement Planning: Maximizing the Power of Compounding
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Ethical Investing: Instruments for Ethical Investing
The investment instruments available to ethical investors are similar to those available to all other investors, including bonds, exchange-traded f ...
Health Savings Account: Introduction
In essence, health savings account shoulders any health- and medical-related expenses that are not included in the high-deductible health plan. Pay ...
Buying a Home: Choosing the Best Location
The first consideration when buying a new house is choosing the place where you want to live, regardless if this will serve as an investment or upg ...
Ethical Investing: Socially Responsible Investing
Socially responsible investors look for socially responsible companies, especially their relations with outsiders. First and foremost, th ...
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