Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act (WARN) is a labor law in the United States that offers protection to workers and their families and communities by requiring certain kinds of employers to give a 60-day advance notice regarding plant closings or mass layoffs.
Performance Index Paper - PIP
Short-term paper on which the rate of interest is denominated and paid in a base currency. Performance index paper's interest rate is determine ...
It refers to the intentional selling of stock on a large scale to make financial pressure on a corporation to force social change.
Individual or group sharing ownership in an asset with another individual or group. Co-owner of an asset holds a certain percentage although this m ...
It refers to the interest that a debtor pays before the first scheduled repayment of debt.
Other Comprehensive Basis of Accounting - OCBOA
These are financial statements prepared using a system of accounting that differs from GAAP, the most common being tax-basis and cash-basis financi ...
Assimilating Trend Trader and Swing Trader
Most trading strategies are classified into two: swing trading and trend trading. The two strategies are entirely different, but most investors fai ...
Ways to Find a Good Real Estate Agent
Buying and/or selling a house is difficult, but what makes it harder? Lazy or inept real estate agents. Let this article help you with searching fo ...
Do You Love Investing Too Much?
Are you addicted to investing? Do you feel powerless if you fail to make some investments in a day? Do you dream about it almost every night? Do yo ...
Make Your Child Financially Literate
Making your child financially savvy is not as simple as giving them an allowance. Every parent should instill proper money management and its signi ...
Bid Farewell to Old Investing Myths
Imagine you are a police investigating a crime scene. You are depending only on hearsays to write a report about the progress and results of the in ...
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Introduction to Inflation
I asked my grandparents about the cost of living during World War II. They told me people during that period could buy a house for $5,000, a car fo ...
So You Want A Job in Financial Careers: A Guide
In this tutorial, we will explore the different kinds of financial careers, the various basics of the financial industry, what you need to do in or ...
Digesting Financial Statements: Revenue
When it comes to reporting revenue, companies should pinpoint the perilous revenues, match reported revenues to the money at hand, and analyze and ...
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 ...
Digesting Financial Statements: Long-Lasting Liabilities
Long-lived liabilities refer to obligations which are due more than a year. Some examples of long-term debt include convertible bond and capital le ...
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