Andriy Blokhin

Andriy Blokhin

Andriy Blokhin has five years of Big Four public accounting experience in private equity, real estate and technology companies. Andriy holds master's degrees in both accounting and economics, as well as a CPA license (currently inactive). Andriy has done personal investing since 2013 and is a contributor for Seeking Alpha writing investment ideas for short and long positions in equities. Connect with him on LinkedIn and check out his portfolio.

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  1. ETFs

    Do ETFs Generate Capital Gains for Shareholders?

    Learn how exchange-traded funds (ETFs) can generate taxable capital gains for shareholders due to occasional and substantial ...
  2. Financial Analysis

    Why Should an Investor Understand Accounting?

    Learn why an investor should understand business accounting to perform investment and credit analysis. Find out about asset ...
  3. Financial Analysis

    How do dividends affect the balance sheet?

    A company might issue a dividend to investors in the form of cash dividends or stock dividends. Both dividends impact the ...
  4. Financial Analysis

    Do dividends go on the balance sheet?

    Dividends affect a company's cash and shareholders' equity accounts primarily. However, there is no separate balance sheet ...
  5. Credit, Loans & Mortgages

    Who accepts CareCredit?

    Learn about the CareCredit card, which is accepted by over 200,000 health care providers in the United States for various ...
  6. Financial Analysis

    What are general and administrative expenses?

    General and administrative expenses are not directly attributable to the production of goods and services and include audit ...
  7. Financial Analysis

    Celgene's 3 Key Financial Ratios (CELG)

    Learn about Celgene Corporation and its key financial ratios, such as the debt-to-equity (D/E) ratio, operating margin and ...
  8. Mutual Funds

    What are Vanguard's Admiral Shares?

    Learn about Vanguard Admiral Shares – a separate class of shares for mutual funds – with lower fees and a higher required ...
  9. Retirement Savings

    Can you borrow from a Vanguard 401(k)?

    Learn how Vanguard allows its 401(k) participants to take loans against their account with specific borrowing provisions ...
  10. Income Tax

    What are some examples of a deferred tax liability?

    Learn why deferred tax liability exists, with specific examples that illustrate how it arises as a result of temporary differences.
  11. Income Tax

    What is the difference between a state income tax and a federal income tax?

    Learn the difference between state income tax and federal income tax based on tax rates, deductions, tax credits and taxable ...
  12. Markets & Economy

    What is the utility function and how is it calculated?

    Economists measure utility in revealed preferences by observing consumer choices and ordering consumption baskets from least ...
  13. Retirement Savings

    Does Canada have Social Security numbers?

    Learn about the Canadian Social Insurance number, which is used by Canadian residents for identification and tax reporting ...
  14. Crime & Fraud

    What is impact of Sarbanes-Oxley Act?

    Here is a detailed rundown of the provisions of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, including strict disclosures, criminal liability ...
  15. FA Relevant

    How often are mutual fund prices updated?

    Learn how often mutual funds must report their price, or net asset value: daily for open-ended registered investment companies.
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