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Absolute Assignment for Consideration
A technical phrase referring to the transfer of an unlimited interest in property, such as an insurance policy, in exchange for something of value; typically cash or debt instruments.
A floating lien. An abstract is a filing that allows an individual or company to place lenders or appropriate concerns on notice that a debt is due but has not been satisfied.
A compilation of all claims, invoices, and payments incurred by a particular debtor for merchandise sold or for services rendered in the ordinary course of business.
Amounts owed on an open account to creditors for goods and services.
Claims against debtors for merchandise sold or for services rendered in the ordinary course of business. The debts appear on the books of the seller as receivables and on the books of the purchaser as payables.
Accounts Receivable Aging Report
A business report showing how long accounts receivable from each customer have been outstanding. It indicates the receivables that are current and the amounts outstanding for 30 days, 60 days, and so forth
Accounts Receivable Financing
Obtaining a loan by pledging accounts receivable to a bank or other lending/financing institution as collateral security for the loan.
An accounting method whereby income and expense items are recognized as they are earned or incurred even though they may not have been received or actually paid in cash. The opposite of cash basis accounting.
The factor will pay for the accounts receivable in advance of receiving payment from the customer
In international factoring wherein the factor makes cash available to the client immediately after the client has shipped the goods and assigned the sale.
Occurs when a country uses the same level of resources to produce more goods than another country
The recording, analysis and reporting of financial transactions of a business
Money owed by a company for goods and services purchased on credit from vendors
Money owed by customers for goods or services purchased on an open account
Interest that has accumulated and is added to a loan
Adjustable rate mortgage (ARM)
A mortgage in which the interest rate is adjusted periodically based on a preselected index
Placement of announcements and persuasive messages (in time or space) communicated through media or nonmedia forms; used to inform or persuade members of a target market or audience about a good, service, organization or idea
Series of coordinated advertising vehicles in various media, scheduled for a certain time period, and related byh verbal and/or visual themes or common objectives
An overview of the competitive frame target market and message to be used in an advertising campaign
An on-line marketing strategy that shares revenue between on-line advertisers/merchants and on-line publishers/salespeople; compensation is usually based on performance (sales, clicks, registrations)
Intermediaries who negotiate the purchase or sale of goods for their clients, but who do not take title to the goods
Payment of a debt that allows the borrower to reduce debt through regular payments over a certain period of time
Annual Percentage Rate (APR)
An interest rate that reflects the cost of a loan as a yearly rate
To increase in value or price
Everything owned that has value, including tangible items
An examination and verification of a business's accounting records and procedures by a trained accountant or CPA (certified public accountant)
First stage in the process of learning about a new good or service that the consumer has gotten information about but not yet formed an opinion on
An item not currently in stock but to be sold or delivered when it becomes available
Balance of trade
The difference between a country’s total imports and exports
A summary of a company’s financial condition at a specific period of time; indicates the company’s assets, liabilities and net worth
A legal process in which a company (or person) owes more than its assets and is relieved from payment of debts by transferring those assets to a trustee
A graphical Internet advertising tool; users click on the graphic to be directed to another Web site
An evaluation and control method used to monitor sales force performance; involves evaluating the behavior of salespeople and sales performance
Something that serves as the standard to which all other items can be measured or compared
A person who is designated to receive benefits, profits or advantages
A measure of an asset’s risk in relation to the market
Bill of lading
A contract between shipper and carrier, detailing what is being shipped, how it is being shipped, and terms of delivery
Bill of materials
Document used by a company to authorize a set of purchases to be made or to be taken from inventory to fufill an order
A loan payment consisting of principle interest, that is the same amount every month
An Internet communication that combines a diary,column, and dircectory; short articles and on various subjects with links to other resources: updaded often
Common stock of well-know companies with a history of growth and dividend payments
Board of directors
Individuals elected by shareholders; responsible for managing the president and high-level managers
The section of a print ad that contains text and more detailed information than the headlines and subheads
A government- or corporation-issued certificate of debt guaranteeing payment of the original investment plus interest by a certain future date
Bond mutual fund
Investment company that invests its shareholders' monies in bonds
Total assests minus intangible assests and liabilities; can be more or less than market value
An accounting term for net profit or loss
A mark, symbol, word or combinaton that separates one company's product from another's
Having knowledge that a brand exists; considered first step in the sale proccess
Generic clssification of goods or services; like goods or services are in the same brand category
Addition of a new product to an already established line of products under the same brand name; new product benefits from the older products' established reputation
Loyalty a consumer has to a specific brand over a period of time
A method of identifying products and differentiating them from competing products
The level of sales where revenue equals total costs; can also be expressed in terms of units of product
Point at which spending exceeds revenues
Period of time composed of a buisness upswing or expansion, peak, downturn, trough and reovery
A document fully describing and anaylizing a particular business; provides complete, detailed information about short- and long term plans
A set of regulations used by an organization to conduct its business
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