1. Acceptance Sampling

  2. Acceptance Testing

  3. Accepting Risk

  4. Acceptor

  5. Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU)

  6. Accident And Health Benefits

  7. Accident And Sickness Insurance Act

  8. Accident-Year Statistics

  9. Accidental Death And Dismemberment Insurance - AD&D

  10. Accidental Death Benefit

  11. Accidental High Yielder

  12. Accommodation Endorsement

  13. Accommodation Endorser

  14. Accommodation Line

  15. Accommodation Paper

  16. Accommodation Trading

  17. Accommodative Monetary Policy

  18. Accord And Satisfaction

  19. Accordion Feature

  20. Account

  21. Account Activity

  22. Account Aggregation

  23. Account Analysis

  24. Account Balance

  25. Account Current

  26. Account Executive

  27. Account Freeze

  28. Account History

  29. Account Hold

  30. Account In Trust

  31. Account Inquiry

  32. Account Manager

  33. Account Number

  34. Account Reconcilement

  35. Account Settlement

  36. Account Statement

  37. Account Supervisor

  38. Accountability

  39. Accountable Care Organizations

  40. Accountable Plan

  41. Accountant

  42. Accountant In Charge

  43. Accountant International Study Group - AISG

  44. Accountant Responsibility

  45. Accountant's Letter

  46. Accountant's Liability

  47. Accountant's Opinion

  48. Accountants for the Public Interest - API

  49. Accountants' Index

  50. Accounting

  51. Accounting and Auditing Organization for Islamic Financial Institutions - AAOIFI

  52. Accounting Change

  53. Accounting Changes And Error Correction

  54. Accounting Conservatism

  55. Accounting Control

  56. Accounting Convention

  57. Accounting Currency

  58. Accounting Cushion

  59. Accounting Cycle

  60. Accounting Earnings

  61. Accounting Entity

  62. Accounting Equation

  63. Accounting Error

  64. Accounting Event

  65. Accounting Hall Of Fame

  66. Accounting Historians Journal

  67. Accounting Information System - AIS

  68. Accounting Insolvency

  69. Accounting Interpretation

  70. Accounting Manual

  71. Accounting Measurement

  72. Accounting Method

  73. Accounting Noise

  74. Accounting Period

  75. Accounting Policies

  76. Accounting Postulate

  77. Accounting Practice

  78. Accounting Principles

  79. Accounting Principles Board - APB

  80. Accounting Profit

  81. Accounting Rate of Return - ARR

  82. Accounting Ratio

  83. Accounting Records

  84. Accounting Research Bulletins - ARB

  85. Accounting Series Releases - ASRs

  86. Accounting Software

  87. Accounting Standard

  88. Accounting Standards Committee - ASC

  89. Accounting Standards Executive Committee - AcSEC

  90. Accounting Theory

  91. Accounting Trends And Techniques (Publication)

  92. Accounting Valuation

  93. Accounting-Based Incentive

  94. Accounts Payable - AP

  95. Accounts Payable Subsidiary Ledger

  96. Accounts Payable Turnover Ratio

  97. Accounts Receivable (A/R) Discounted

  98. Accounts Receivable - AR

  99. Accounts Receivable Aging

  100. Accounts Receivable Conversion - ARC

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  5. Pareto Principle

    A principle, named after economist Vilfredo Pareto, that specifies an unequal relationship between inputs and outputs. The principle states that, for many phenomena, 20% of invested input is responsible for 80% of the results obtained. Put another way, 80% of consequences stem from 20% of the causes.
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