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  1. Macro Manager

    A macro manager is a boss or supervisor who lets employees do their jobs with minimal supervision.
  2. Issued Share Capital vs. Subscribed Share Capital

    Subscribed share capital is very different from issued share capital, which is the actual issued stock.
  3. Trust Receipt

    A trust receipt is a notice of the release of merchandise to a buyer from a bank, with the bank retaining the ownership title ...
  4. Client Centric

    Client centric is a specific approach to doing business that focuses on the customer.
  5. Predatory Pricing

    Predatory pricing is the act of setting prices low in an attempt to eliminate the competition.
  6. Can I still pass the CFA Level I if I do poorly in the ethics section?

    You may still pass the Chartered Financial Analysis (CFA) Level I even if you fare poorly in the ethics section, but don't ...
  7. What's the Differences Between Chapter 7 and Chapter 11?

    Chapter 7 bankruptcy is sometimes called liquidation bankruptcy, while Chapter 11 bankruptcy is called rehabilitation bankruptcy.
  8. What is the difference between "closed end credit" and a "line of credit?"

    Find out about the difference between closed-end credit and lines of credit, and how both are used by individuals and businesses.
  9. Principal Place Of Business

    Principal Place Of Business is the primary location where a taxpayer's business is performed.
  10. Starting A Small Business

    Starting a small business can be a daunting task. This tutorial will break the process down into easy steps.
  11. Top 3 Crowdfunding Platforms of 2017

    Looking for a new way to fund your business or personal project? These crowdfunding sites may do the trick.
  12. What Happens to a Company's Stock When it Goes Bankrupt?

    Shareholders may be entitled to a portion of the liquidated assets in the wake of a company bankruptcy, but the stock will ...
  13. 7 Unusual Ways Businesses Can Borrow Money

    More and more alternative lenders have emerged for business owners. But beware: Some offer better terms than others.
  14. What You Should Know About Net Neutrality

    The FCC says the internet is a public utility and will be held to the standards of net neutrality. But what does that mean ...
  15. Common Carrier

    A common carrier is a commercial entity that gets paid to transport goods or people.
  16. Social Entrepreneur

    A social entrepreneur is a person who pursues an innovative idea with the potential to solve a community problem.
  17. Performance Management

    The management of employees and departments to ensure that goals and objectives are met efficiently.
  18. Corporate Hierarchy

    Corporate hierarchy is the arrangement of individuals within a corporation according to power, status and job function.
  19. Brand Identity

    Brand identity is how a business presents itself to and wants to be perceived by its consumers.
  20. Corporate Culture

    Corporate Culture is the beliefs and behaviors that determine how a company's employees and management interact.
  21. Electronic Commerce - ecommerce

    Electronic Commerce (ecommerce) is a business model that enables a firm or individual to conduct business over an electronic ...
  22. Businesses: Make the Most of the R&D Tax Credit

    Many companies either don't think they qualify for an R&D tax credit or miss eligible expenses.
  23. What is the difference between overdraft and cash credit?

    The primary differences between overdraft and cash credit lie in how they are secured and whether the money is lent out of ...
  24. Business Owners: What to Do After Disaster Strikes

    Being prepared for a natural disaster will help you take these next steps after a disaster strikes.
  25. Big Data

    Big data is the growth in the volume of structured and unstructured data, the speed at which it is created and collected, ...
  26. Tangible Personal Property

    Tangible personal property is a tax term describing personal property that can be physically relocated, such as furniture ...
  27. Construction Bond

    A construction bond is a type of surety bond used in construction projects to protect against an adverse event that causes ...
  28. Disaster Preparedness for Small Business Owners

    In the wake of all the recent natural disasters, it's important to prepare your home and business.
  29. S Corp. vs. LLC: Which Should I Choose?

    Learn about the major distinctions between an S corporation and an LLC and the important factors to consider when choosing ...
  30. The Causes And Costs Of Absenteeism

    This article looks at the causes of absenteeism, the costs of lost productivity and what employers can do to reduce absenteeism ...
  31. Marketing 101 for Advisors: Defining You and Your Audience

    Advisors looking to up their marketing game need to craft their message and define their audience.
  32. The 2017 Financial Fitness Tour

    A look at Site Edit and American Century's 2017 Financial Fitness Tour.
  33. Steps to Becoming a Successful Business Owner

    There are several key steps every business owner must take to achieve success.
  34. Bid Bond

    A bid bond is a debt secured by a bidder for a construction job, or similar type of bid-based selection process, for the ...
  35. T-Account

    A T-account is an informal term for a set of financial records that use double-entry bookkeeping.
  36. Micromarketing

    Micromarketing is a marketing strategy in which advertising efforts are focused on a small group of highly-targeted consumers.
  37. ADP: Who are ADP's Main Competitors?

    Explore ADP's primary competitors in its two major segments, with brief descriptions of the scale and offerings of companies ...
  38. How to Save for Retirement in the Gig Economy

    Even if you decide to freelance or be self-employed, there are still ways to save for retirement.
  39. Welcome to Columbus!

    #TheFinancialCoach rolls into Columbus, Ohio for the 2017 American Quarter Horse Congress.
  40. Nightmare on Wall Street: The Spooky Terminology Of Investing

    Beware of zombies and Jekyll and Hyde companies! Read about the spooky terms circulating Wall Street.
  41. Spiritual Business Practices: The Connection to Faith

    Being grateful for what you have and leading a spiritual life can help your business too.
  42. How Financially Fit Are You? Indiana University

    Site Editand American Century Investments attended the 2017 Indiana University Homecoming to talk about financial fitness ...
  43. Indianapolis: Test Your Financial Fitness

    Site Editand American Century at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
  44. Subcontracting

    Subcontracting is the practice of assigning part of the obligations and tasks under a contract to another party known as ...
  45. How WeWork Works and Makes Money

    Find out how WeWork makes money by offering flexible, shared office space to out-of-the-cubicle workers like freelancers ...
  46. 10 Breakout Ideas for Small Businesses

    Running the day-to-day in a small business can absorb all your energies. But seeking new opportunities is what will keep ...
  47. The New Risks 401(k) Plan Sponsors Face

    New regulations regarding fiduciary duties means 401(k) plan sponsors need to step up oversight.
  48. What is the formula for calculating weighted average cost of capital (WACC) in Excel?

    Learn about the weighted average cost of capital (WACC) formula and how it is used to estimate the average cost of raising ...
  49. 7 Tax Savings Tips for Small Business Owners

    Small business owners should consider these year-end tax savings strategies.
  50. Starting a Business? Consider These Countries

    It's tough enough to get a business up and running. If you are looking at doing it abroad, here are the five nations that ...
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  1. Passive Investing

    Passive investing is an investment strategy that limits buying and selling actions. Passive investors will purchase investments ...
  2. Treasury Stock (Treasury Shares)

    The portion of shares that a company keeps in their own treasury.
  3. Residual Value

    How much a fixed asset is worth at the end of its lease, or at the end of its useful life. If you lease a car for three years, ...
  4. Minority Interest

    1. A significant but non-controlling ownership of less than 50% of a company's voting shares by either an investor or another ...
  5. Target Hash

    A target hash is a number that a hashed block header must be less than or equal to in order for a new block to be awarded.
  6. Payout Ratio

    Payout ratio is the proportion of earnings paid out as dividends to shareholders, typically expressed as a percentage.
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