Claire Boyte-White

Claire Boyte-White

Claire has been writing about retirement planning, tax policy, investing and corporate finance for over a year. After leaving her career in the insurance industry working for high-profile clients, Claire decided to pursue a career in writing. Her keen attention to detail and head for numbers has made her a perfect fit for Investopedia.

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  1. High Net Worth Strategy

    What are the Advantages of Ordinary Shares?

    Dividends and ownership rights are two advantages of investing in ordinary shares.
  2. Stocks

    How Dividends Affect Stockholders' Equity

    Find out how dividends affect a company's stockholders' equity and how the accounting process changes based on the type of ...
  3. Stocks

    How Dividends Affect Stock Prices

    Find out how dividends affect the price of the underlying stock, the role of market psychology and how to predict price changes ...
  4. High Net Worth Strategy

    What is the Difference Between Liquidity and Liquid Assets?

    Liquid assets can easily be converted into cash. Liquidity is the ability of a business to pay its debts using its liquid ...
  5. High Net Worth Strategy

    What are the different types of preference shares?

    The four types of preference shares – callable, cumulative, convertible and participatory - each have different benefits. ...
  6. Asset Allocation

    How do I calculate my year-to-date (YTD) return on my portfolio?

    Calculating the year-to-date return of a portfolio, including examples of YTD return calculations with and without interest ...
  7. High Net Worth Strategy

    What are Advantages and Disadvantages of Preference Shares?

    Preference shares have advantages and disadvantages for both investors and issuing companies.
  8. High Net Worth Strategy

    Issued Share Capital vs. Subscribed Share Capital

    Subscribed share capital is very different from issued share capital, which is the actual issued stock.
  9. Retirement Savings

    How a 401(k) Works After Retirement

    Find out how your 401(k) works after you retire, including when you are required to begin taking distributions and the tax ...
  10. Credit, Loans & Mortgages

    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.
  11. Taxes

    Why is the Cayman Islands considered a tax haven?

    Find out why the Cayman Islands is considered a tax haven and why this location is so popular among those looking to reduce ...
  12. Entrepreneurship

    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 ...
  13. Financial Analysis

    What is the formula for calculating EBITDA?

    Learn about EBITDA and how companies can manipulate this calculation to look more profitable.
  14. High Net Worth Strategy

    An Example of Dividends in Arrears

    Learn about the concept of dividends in arrears and which shares of stock guarantee payment of accrued dividends even if ...
  15. High Net Worth Strategy

    Are catch-up contributions included in the 415 limit?

    Learn about IRC section 415 limit and why catch-up contributions are not included. Learn about current 401(k) contribution ...
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