See also 'net profit'.
Arbitrage pricing theory APT : Developed by Stephen Ross, the arbitrage pricing theory APT is an alternative valuation model which is based purely on arbitrage arguments. Restricted funds These are funds used by an organisation that are restricted or earmarked by a donor for a specific purpose, which can be extremely specific or quite broad, eg.
Working capital Current assets less current liabilities, representing the required investment, continually circulating, to finance stock, debtors, and work in progress.
Absorbed account: An account that been combined with related accounts in the preparation of a financial statement and has, therefore, lost its separate identity. It is a process that lets you combine multiple loans into a single loan.
These are typically longer term, one-time loans for start-up expenses or costs for established business expansion. Here are an A-Z glossary of business terms and definitions arranged in an alphabetical order. Invoice Factoring or Financing If your business has a significant amount of open invoices outstanding, you may contact a factoring company and have them purchase the invoices at a discount.
Founding Expenses Which founding expenses will you face besides commercial registration?