Personal Finance FAQs

  1. How do the returns on municipal bonds compare to those of other bonds?

  2. How do you calculate a present value of annuity using Excel?

  3. What are the benefits for a company investing in a greenfield investment?

  4. What are examples of typical leasehold improvements?

  5. Is it more important to have a low deductible or a low premium?

  6. What do cities do with the funds generated from municipal bonds?

  7. What are the benefits of financial sampling?

  8. What are the proven ways to ease the effects of hyperinflation?

  9. What is the difference between legal liability and public liability?

  10. How much does seasonality affect the net sales figures of companies, such as retailers?

  11. How is income taxed on prorated salary?

  12. What are the benefits of prorating expenses?

  13. How can I tell which of my business expenses count as write-offs?

  14. What is the difference between a write-off and a deduction?

  15. How does the risk of investing in the retail sector compare to the broader market?

  16. Why should an investor in the retail sector consider the Consumer Confidence Index?

  17. Which type of retailers tend to perform best during weak periods in the economy?

  18. What is the difference between the present value of an annuity and the future value ...

  19. What category of retailers will perform most strongly when the economy is doing well?

  20. What is the difference between taxable income and gross income?

  21. How do gains from my 401(k) figure into my taxable income?

  22. Why is accrued revenue not collected during the current accounting period?

  23. What is the difference between accrued revenue and accrued interest?

  24. What is the difference between accrued revenue and unrealized revenue?

  25. What is the formula for calculating return on assets (ROA) in Excel?

  26. How is accrued revenue accounted for in bookkeeping?

  27. What are the responsibilities of the principal in a company?

  28. What is the formula for calculating the price-to-earnings (P/E) ratio in Excel?

  29. Where can I find information about corporate bond issues?

  30. How does government regulation impact the retail sector?

  31. Why would I need to calculate the present value of an annuity?

  32. What has the retail sector evolved to its current structure?

  33. What is the difference between a revocable trust and an irrevocable trust?

  34. Why is the employment figure important to a "dove"

  35. What is the difference between a write-off and a writedown?

  36. Which retail stocks pay the highest dividends?

  37. How do I calculate how much home equity I have?

  38. Where on my 1040 form do I report AGI (adjusted gross income)?

  39. What are the goals of a "dove" Federal Reserve head?

  40. For what types of accounts are demand deposits available?

  41. How does the amount of the principal fluctuate depending on inflation?

  42. What is the difference between AGI (adjusted gross income) and net income?

  43. What are the deductions taken to determine AGI (adjusted gross income)?

  44. What do hard and soft goods in the retail sector refer to?

  45. What is the opposite of a "dove"?

  46. What is the difference between earnings and revenue?

  47. How much will an employer generally contribute to a 401(a) plan?

  48. Why are high yield bonds typically lower rated bonds?

  49. What are the most popular companies in the retail sector?

  50. Why do economists think it is important to track discretionary income?

  51. What proportion of my income should I put into my demand deposit account?

  52. What is the difference between disposable and discretionary income?

  53. How can I obtain an abatement for property taxes?

  54. What is the difference between earnings and income?

  55. What does a climbing interest rate risk signify about the economy?

  56. How will a value added tax impact the government budget?

  57. What is the correlation between money supply and GDP?

  58. How can I increase my standard of living in my retirement years?

  59. Can I get a tax credit from conducting research and development?

  60. How is a product line depth related to a product line?

  61. How is minimum transfer price calculated?

  62. Is Social Security Income a perpetuity?

  63. When can benefits be received from a provident fund?

  64. What is the relationship between research and development and innovation?

  65. How much of the global economy is comprised of the real estate sector?

  66. What kinds of costs are included in Free on Board (FOB) shipping?

  67. How do I evaluate a debt security?

  68. What types of investments are allowed in a provident fund?

  69. How has electronic retailing (e-tailing) changed the consumer discretionary goods ...

  70. What are key economic growth rates that can be used to determine the economic health ...

  71. In what manner will a recession likely affect the marginal-propensity-to-save rate ...

  72. How does a provident fund compare to U.S. Social Security?

  73. What are some tactics businesses can use to increase unlevered free cash flow?

  74. What level of annual growth is common for companies in the Internet sector?

  75. What is the difference between "closed end credit" and a "line of credit?"

  76. How should a whistleblower report unlawful or unethical behavior?

  77. What is the government's role and what is the private sector's role in neoliberalism?

  78. How are benefits from a provident fund taxed?

  79. When would a vendor care about its accounts payable turnover ratio?

  80. What tax implications are there for parties involved with a reverse repurchase agreement?

  81. What are key factors that are generally considered in demographic studies conducted ...

  82. In what instances does a business use closed end credit?

  83. What is a family Limited Liability Company (LLC)?

  84. How do insurance companies use a whistleblower?

  85. What are some examples of debit notes in business-to-business transactions?

  86. How does an investor compute a Seasonally Adjusted Annual Rate of Sales for an automotive ...

  87. How is abatement cost accounted for on financial statements?

  88. How does wage price spiral impact interest rates?

  89. What are typical examples of capitalized costs within a company?

  90. What is the difference between a silent partner and a general partner?

  91. What types of liens are seen as good and which are bad for my credit?

  92. What type of asset allocation should I use if I am already retired?

  93. How can I determine the degree of financial leverage (DFL) for a particular company?

  94. I'm in my 50s. Should I still participate in my company's Roth 401(k)?

  95. How is maintenance of standard of living for survivors accomplished in estate planning?

  96. What happens to my Roth 401(k) if I leave my job?

  97. What are the typical requirements to qualify for closed end credit?

  98. How does a qualifying widow obtain widow's allowance?

  99. What are the long-term effects of delinquent accounts?

  100. What is the difference between payment netting and close-out netting?

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