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  1. Social Identity

    Social identity is a company's image as derived from its relationships.
  2. Disability-Income (DI) Insurance

    Disability income (DI) insurance provides supplementary income in the event of an illness or accident that prevents the insured ...
  3. Cyber And Privacy Insurance

    Cyber And Privacy Insurance provide coverage from losses resulting from a data breach or loss of electronically-stored confidential ...
  4. Starting a Business? Consider These Countries

    It's tough enough to get a business up and running. If you are looking at doing it abroad, here are the five nations that ...
  5. What are some common methods of gathering competitive intelligence (CI)?

    Read about some common methods of acquiring competitive business intelligence and discover what a good intelligence analysis ...
  6. Self Employed Contributions Act Tax - SECA Tax

    The Self-Employed Contributions Act (SECA) tax is a form of taxes that self-employed business owners must pay on their net ...
  7. The Impact Of Recession On Businesses

    Find out how this economic cycle affects both small and big business.
  8. BerkShares

    BerksShares are a currency accepted by local businesses in Berkshire County, Massachusetts that is intended to promote community ...
  9. Net Present Value - NPV

    Net Present Value (NPV) is the difference between the present value of cash inflows and the present value of cash outflows ...
  10. Who are ADP's Main Competitors?

    Explore ADP's primary competitors in its two major segments.
  11. Paid Syndication

    Paid syndication is the promotion or inclusion of content on a third-party website in exchange for a payment.
  12. 401(k) Plans For The Small Business Owner

    If you own a business, this may be the plan for you! Find out about its benefits and eligibility requirements.
  13. Netscaped

    Netscaped is a euphemism for when a company is hurt or put out of business as a result of head-to-head competition with Microsoft ...
  14. Accounts Receivable Aging

    Accounts receivable aging is a report categorizing a company's accounts receivable according to the length of time an invoice ...
  15. Fixed Cost

    A fixed cost is an expense that remains the same regardless of an increase or decrease in the number of goods or services ...
  16. Economic Order Quantity - EOQ

    Economic order quantity (EOQ) is the ideal order quantity a company should make for its inventory given a set cost of production, ...
  17. Contribution Margin

    Contribution margin is a cost accounting calculation that tells a company the profitability of an individual product.
  18. Gross Income

    Gross income is the total income from all sources before deductions or taxes.
  19. Selling, General & Administrative Expense - SG&A

    Selling, General & Administrative Expense (SG&A) is an income statement item that includes all selling-related costs ...
  20. Overhead

    Overhead is an accounting term that refers to all ongoing business expenses not including direct labor or materials used ...
  21. Management By Objectives - MBO

    Management by objectives is a management technique for setting clear goals for a specific time period and its monitoring ...
  22. Corn/Hog Ratio

    The corn/hog ration is a feed ratio used to determine the profitability of raising livestock.
  23. Coaster

    A coaster is an employee with low ambition and low productivity who does just enough to get by.
  24. What are the pros and cons of a business temporarily closing once a shutdown point has been reached?

    Learn about the differences between a shutdown point and going out of business and why it might make sense to shut down.
  25. John A. Allison IV

    John A. Allison IV served as CEO of BB&T Corporation from 1989 to 2008 and CEO of the Cato Institute from 2012 to 2015.
  26. What Is a Holistic Marketing Strategy?

    Understand what holistic marketing is, and learn how the components of this strategy work when applied to different business ...
  27. Shakeup

    A shakeup is a broad reorganization of a company that involves a drastic change in personnel, operations or structure, or ...
  28. 341 Meeting

    A 341 meeting is a meeting of creditors that takes place after a debtor files chapter 7 bankruptcy.
  29. How Are Business Decisions Made in a Partnership?

    Understand how partners in a business can tackle decision making, and learn the options available for partnerships to develop ...
  30. Camouflage Compensation

    Camouflage compensation is pay and/or benefits granted to upper-echelon employees that may not be disclosed clearly in mandatory ...
  31. Business and Personal Property Coverage Form - BPPCF

    The business and personal property coverage form (BPPCF) insures businesses against accidental damage to owned buildings ...
  32. Accrue

    "Accrue" is a term used to describe the ability of something to accumulate over time.
  33. Scrambled Assortment

    Scrambled assortment is a strategy in which a company carries products outside of its primary line of business in order to ...
  34. Adware

    Adware is software that displays advertising on a computer, redirects search results to advertising websites and collects ...
  35. Bottom-Dollar Scam

    A bottom-collar scam is a fraudulent claim by swindlers or con artists, often preying on job seekers and vulnerable people.
  36. Standard Floor Limit

    A Standard Floor Limit is the maximum amount a merchant can charge a credit card without authorization.
  37. ABA Bank Index

    The ABA Bank Index provides investors exposure to community banks and banking institutions through an index created to represent ...
  38. Data Loss

    Data loss occurs when valuable and/or sensitive information on a computer is compromised due to theft, human error, viruses, ...
  39. Digital Transaction Management (DTM)

    Digital Transaction Management (DTM) uses computer systems rather than paper to manage business agreements in a way that ...
  40. The Automatic Millionaire: PAGES

    Entrepreneur and top model Jessica Perez tells Investopedia why David Bach's "The Automatic Millionaire" is her favorite ...
  41. Pension Risk Transfer

    Pension risk transfer is when a defined benefit pension provider offloads the risk and retirement payment liabilities to ...
  42. Advertising Association Of The West - AAW

    Advertising Association of the West (AAW) was a regional advertising group that merged with the American Advertising Federation ...
  43. SEO (Search Engine Optimization)

    SEO (Search Engine Optimization) aims to draw the greatest amount of traffic possible to a website by bringing it to the ...
  44. Enterprise Investment Scheme or EIS

    A UK program that helps smaller, riskier companies to raise capital by giving their external shareholders federal tax relief. ...
  45. Peter Pan Syndrome

    Peter Pan syndrome refers to a regulatory environment where firms prefer to stay small.
  46. Bankruptcy Court

    Bankruptcy court is a specific kind of federal court that deals with bankruptcy.
  47. Chapter 12

    Chapter 12 is a form of bankruptcy filing in the United States.
  48. Debt Fatigue

    Debt fatigue is when a debtor becomes overwhelmed by the amount of debt incurred and the seeming futility of the debt repayment ...
  49. Market Value Clause

    A market value clause is an insurance policy clause assigning the market rate value to the covered property.
  50. NR6 Form

    An NR6 Form is a Canadian Revenue Agency document which a non-resident must file to declare their intention to pay tax on ...
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