Chizoba Morah

Chizoba Morah is an accomplished author and teaching assistant who specializes in accounting basics, personal finance and taxes. Currently an MBA student at Morgan State University, she is planning and looks forward to being the successful owner of her own accounting firm.

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  1. Career / Compensation

    Analyzing a Career in Credit Analysis

    If you're a number-cruncher and responsibility doesn't scare you, credit analyst could be the job for you.
  2. Budgeting & Savings

    Shopping Online: Convenience, Bargains And A Few Scams

    Shopping from the comfort of your couch has major benefits - and some unpleasant side effects.
  3. Trading Strategy

    When holding an option through expiration date, are you automatically paid any profits, or do you have to sell the option and pay commissions?

    Holding an option through the expiration date without selling does not automatically guarantee you profits, but it might ...
  4. Insurance

    What happens to insurance policies and variable annuities if the insurance company itself goes bankrupt - do the policyholders get anything out of it?

    There are state guaranty associations and state-run funds that help pay the claims from policies if the insurance companies ...
  5. Bonds / Fixed Income

    Which Creditors Are Paid First in a Liquidation?

    Find out the order in which creditors are paid during a corporate liquidation. Learn how bankruptcy claims by bondholders ...
  6. Bonds / Fixed Income

    What Is 'Hot Money?'

    Learn how investors are attracted to "hot money" where funds are actively seeking short-term returns, often in high-interest ...
  7. Credit, Loans & Mortgages

    Should You Close Your Credit Card?

    Discover factors you need to consider before closing a credit card, including a hit to your credit score.
  8. Entrepreneurship

    What is evergreen funding?

    Evergreen funding is a term used to describe the incremental addition of money into a business.
  9. Insurance

    What is an elimination period?

    Elimination period is a term used in insurance to refer to the time period between an injury and the receipt of benefit payments.
  10. Small Business

    Do shareholders lose all their equity once Chapter 11 bankruptcy is filed?

    Learn what happens to an investor's equity when a company files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. Find out what happens if a company ...
  11. Taxes

    Do nonprofit organizations pay taxes?

    Learn more about section 501 of the IRS tax code, and how it exempts qualified nonprofit organizations from federal taxes ...
  12. Financial Analysis

    Which transactions affect retained earnings?

    Retained earnings is the cumulative total of earnings or net income that have yet to be paid to shareholders. Retained earnings ...
  13. Real Estate

    Is it possible to short-sell real estate?

    The traditional idea of shorting something is selling what you don't have so that you can buy it back later at a lower price. ...
  14. Entrepreneurship

    What is an entrepreneur's elevator pitch?

    An important part of being an entrepreneur is pitching or making the case for the product, project or idea you intend to ...
  15. Financial Analysis

    How is computer software classified as an asset?

    Although computer software is often thought of as an intangible asset, it can be classified as a tangible asset if it meets ...
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