Addenda records are a type of ACH record. Read on to find out more
Letters of intent are documents declaring an intention to enter into a contract
Return on equity reveals your net income in comparison to shareholder equity
The Relative Strength Index (RSI) is used to measure price changes
Onerous contracts are contracts that cost more to fulfil than you’ll get back
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EAC is the annual cost of owning and operating an asset over its lifespan.
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Find out more about what constitutes a good net profit margin, right here
Excise tax is an indirect tax on specific goods and services, like alcohol
Learn how to do a MACRS depreciation calculation with our simple guide
Get a little more information on interest coverage ratio calculations
Credit default swaps are derivatives used to swap the risk of debt default
Find out how to do a terminal value calculation, right here
Value at risk is a financial metric used to estimate the risk of an investment
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Get the lowdown on LCR with our liquidity coverage ratio summary.
Learn how to use the compound annual growth rate formula right here.
Revenue recognition helps to identify at what point “cash” becomes “revenue.”
AUM is the total value of investments an entity manages on behalf of clients.
Billions of transactions. Trillions of dollars. All the key stats about ACH.
The formula for net sales can provide a clearer picture of your firm’s revenue.
Get the lowdown on the importance of the marginal cost formula.
Revenue run rate is a great way to predict future financial performance.