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Bankruptcy Code

See Also: Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Bankruptcy Costs Bankruptcy Courts Chapter 12 Bankruptcy Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Bankruptcy Information Bankruptcy Code U.S. bankruptcy laws are stated in U.S. Code Title 11 also referred to as the Bankruptcy Code. The code consists of several chapters outlining different bankruptcy categories and procedures. Based on the debtor’s

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Bankruptcy Chapter 12

See Also: Bankruptcy Information Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Bankruptcy Costs Bankruptcy Courts Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Bankruptcy Code Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Bankruptcy Chapter 12 Bankruptcy Chapter 12 is a type of bankruptcy proceeding outlined in the Bankruptcy Code. Furthermore, Chapter 12 is a personal financial reorganization procedure that applies only to farmers and fishermen. When a financially

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Bankruptcy Chapter 11

See Also: Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Bankruptcy Costs Bankruptcy Courts Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Bankruptcy Code Bankruptcy Information Chapter 12 Bankruptcy Bankruptcy Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Chapter 11 is a type of bankruptcy proceeding outlined in the Bankruptcy Code. Furthermore, Chapter 11 is a reorganization procedure. Filing for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy When a financially distressed entity files for

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Capitalization

See Also: Company Life Cycle Market Positioning Insider Trading Dispersion Adjusted Present Value (APV) Method of Valuation Capitalization Rate Capitalization in Finance In finance, capitalization in finance is the sum of a company’s debt and equity. It represents the capital invested in the company, including bonds and stocks. Capitalization can also mean market capitalization. Market

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Capital Structure Management

See Also: Balance Sheet Cost of Capital Capital Asset Pricing Model Capital Budgeting Methods Net Present Value Method Capital Expenditures Organizational Structure Capital Structure Management A company’s capital structure refers to the combination of its various sources of funding. Most companies are funded by a mix of debt and equity, including some short-term debt, some

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Acquisition Capital

See Also: Capital Structure Management Capital Expenditures Working Capital Cost of Capital Business Plan Acquisition Capital Definition When a business decides to grow, you need acquisition capital. Define acquisition capital as the capital used to acquire other assets. You use this capital to purchase assets like equipment, inventory, software, or even a business itself. The

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Financial Ratios

Monitoring a company’s performance using ratio analysis and comparing those measures to industry benchmarks often leads to improvements in company performance. Not to mention these ratios are often part of loan covenants. The following article provides an overview of the 5 categories of financial ratios and links to their description and calculation. Use the following

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Breaking Debt Covenants

What should you do if you are currently violating or are at risk of violating your debt covenants (breaking debt covenants)? The following video addresses this issue. The key is to be proactive and not wait for it to fix itself. Breaking Debt Covenants For more tips on how to improve cash flow, click here

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Economic Reset

I just returned from the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference 2009 in New Orleans. At the conference I heard Steve Ballmer discuss the direction of the economy over the next several years. He believes that the world economy is going through an “economic reset”. Economic Reset According to Ballmer ,the world economy becomes overheated every twenty-five

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