Small Business

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  1. Trade Adjustment Allowance

    A trade adjustment allowance is a subsidy paid to individuals who have lost work because of increased imports or the export ...
  2. Anatolian Tiger

    Anatolian Tiger is a colloquial term that refers to several cities in central Turkey whose industrial strength has resulted ...
  3. National Bureau of Economic Research - NBER

    National Bureau of Economic Research - NBER - is a private, non-profit, non-partisan research organization to promote greater ...
  4. The Importance of Planning When Selling a Business

    The key ingredient for successfully selling a business is to start planning well in advance.
  5. Canadian Securities Institute (CSI)

    The Canadian Securities Institute is Canada's leading provider of professional credentials and compliance programs for the ...
  6. ATA Carnet

    An ATA carnet is an international customs document that allows holders to eliminate import duties and taxes and clear customs ...
  7. Keidanren

    Keidanren is a Japanese abbreviation for the Japan Federation of Economic Organizations, created in 1946 to address business ...
  8. Rent-an-Employee

    A rent-an-employee is a business strategy where a company will hire fake employees to make a business look busy.
  9. How Does FIFA Make Money?

    A look at the hugely successful business model of FIFA.
  10. Samurai Market

    Samurai market is a slang term for the stock market in Japan, and the term is usually used by non-residents of Japan.
  11. A-B Split

    The A-B Split is a method of testing the effectiveness of marketing methods or media.
  12. Home Office

    A home office is an area in a person's residence reserved for business activities.
  13. Debt Financing vs Equity Financing - Which is Cheaper?

    When financing a company, the cost of obtaining capital comes through debt or equity. Find out which method generally provides ...
  14. Business Tax Credits

    Business tax credits are federal income tax credits available to businesses.
  15. Research Activities Credit

    The Research Activities Credit is a nonrefundable federal tax credit implemented as an incentive for businesses to increase ...
  16. Clear Business Setting Test

    The clear business setting test is a test for determining if business-related dining and entertainment expenses are tax-deductible. ...
  17. Cram-Down Deal

    A cram-down deal refers to when an investor or creditor is forced into accepting undesirable terms in a transaction or in ...
  18. Bamboo Network

    The Bamboo Network is a network of expat-Chinese businesses in Southeast Asia with links to the economy of Greater China. ...
  19. Breeder's Insurance Policy

    A breeder's insurance policy provides protection against damage, theft or loss of bred animals.
  20. Leave-Sharing Plan

    A leave-sharing plan is a procedure put in place by employers allowing employees to donate unused sick-leave time to other ...
  21. Crammed Down

    "Crammed down" refers to the result of a dilutive venture capital financing round or the imposition of a bankruptcy reorganization ...
  22. Start Your Own Financial Planning Firm

    Read on to learn how to make your owning a financial planning firm dream a reality.
  23. Corporate Ownership Of Life Insurance (COLI)

    Corporate ownership of life insurance or corporate-owned life insurance refers to insurance obtained and owned by a company ...
  24. American Council Of Life Insurance

    The American Council Of Life Insurance is an association of American life insurance carriers based in Washington D.C.
  25. Wholesale Life Insurance

    Wholesale life insurance is a type of employer-sponsored protection against the loss of income in the event the insured becomes ...
  26. 8(a) Firm

    An 8(a) firm is a small business in which the owners and operating parties are socially or economically disadvantaged.
  27. Junior Company

    A junior company is a small company that is looking to find a natural resource deposit or field.
  28. Love Money

    Love money is capital given to an entrepreneur by family or friends in order to begin a business venture.
  29. Parsonage Allowance

    Parsonage allowance is designated by the governing board of a church to its clergy or ministers for the expenses of providing ...
  30. What You Should Know About Net Neutrality

    Here's what the end of Net Neutrality means for us.
  31. Brokerage Department

    A brokerage department within an insurance company obtains insurance for difficult-to-insure customers through alternate ...
  32. Leveraged Employee Stock Ownership Plan - LESOP

    An equity compensation system where sponsoring companies leverage credit to purchase shares from company treasuries, to then ...
  33. Non-Qualified Deferred Compensation - NQDC

    Non-Qualified Deferred Compensation is compensation an employee has earned but not received. It's often used a as a tax-saving ...
  34. United States Government Life Insurance (USGLI)

    United States Government Life Insurance was established in 1919 to provide term, permanent and endowment insurance up to ...
  35. No-Load Life Insurance

    No-load life insurance is a type of life insurance that charges much lower fees and expenses than conventionl life policies.
  36. Catastrophe Futures

    Catastrophe futures are futures contracts used by insurance companies to protect themselves against future catastrophe losses. ...
  37. Business Auto Coverage Form

    A business auto coverage form is provided to business owners when creating an insurance contract for a company's cars, trucks, ...
  38. Career-Ending Move

    A career-ending move is a huge mistake, bad decision or misdeed made by a worker that has big career consequences.
  39. Work Ticket

    A work ticket is a form that shows the time spent by an employee working on a particular job.
  40. Unemployment Income

    Unemployment income is an insurance benefit that is paid as a result of a taxpayer's inability to find gainful employment. ...
  41. S-Score

    An S-Score is a numerical value that shows how consumers and investors feel about a company, stock, ETF, sector or index ...
  42. Legacy Costs

    Legacy costs are ongoing costs arising from spending that does not increase revenue. Pension plans are a prime example of ...
  43. Joint

    Joint is a legal term describing a transaction or agreement where two or more parties act in unison.
  44. Assembly Service

    Assembly service refers to the combining a number of small shipments from multiple parties into a single shipment.
  45. Microfinance

    Microfinance is a banking service that is provided to unemployed and low-income individuals who have no other means of gaining ...
  46. Parasitic Advertising

    Parasitic advertising is a type of marketing that promotes one product at the cost of lost sales for another product.
  47. Discovery Cover

    Discovery cover is an insurance policy that indemnifies the policyholder for losses during the policy period, regardless ...
  48. Credentialing Liability

    Credentialing liability refers to the responsibility that a hospital or medical facility carries for the staff practicing ...
  49. Reinsurance Ticket

    A reinsurance ticket is a notification made by an insurer, disclosing the different reinsurance contracts and terms that ...
  50. Beach Plan

    A beach plan is property insurance for coastal property owners who have a high exposure to windstorm and hail losses.
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  1. Portfolio

    A portfolio is a grouping of financial assets such as stocks, bonds and cash equivalents, also their mutual, exchange-traded ...
  2. Gross Profit

    Gross profit is the profit a company makes after deducting the costs of making and selling its products, or the costs of ...
  3. Diversification

    Diversification is the strategy of investing in a variety of securities in order to lower the risk involved with putting ...
  4. Intrinsic Value

    Intrinsic value is the perceived or calculated value of a company, including tangible and intangible factors, and may differ ...
  5. Current Assets

    Current assets is a balance sheet item that represents the value of all assets that can reasonably expected to be converted ...
  6. Volatility

    Volatility measures how much the price of a security, derivative, or index fluctuates.
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