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Tax Brackets

See Also: Marginal Tax Rate Prepaid Income Tax Ad Valorem Tax Deferred Income Tax Cash Flow After Tax Tax Brackets What are tax brackets? Tax brackets are levels of taxation determined by income. Individuals with income falling within a certain tax bracket pay taxes according to the stated rate for that bracket. Typically, lower income

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What is Cash Flow?

See also: Free Cash Flow Definition How Growth Affects Cash Flow Why Use a 13-Week Cash Flow Report as a Management Tool? Why You Need to Have a 13-Week Cash Flow Report What is Cash Flow? Cash flow is a term describing the money into and out of a business. This includes all transactions that

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Make Money Grow on Trees

Let’s go back to when you were a child. You looked up at a tree and thought… If money is made from paper and paper comes from tress, surely, I can make money grow from trees! Or maybe, you asked your parents for something extraordinarily expensive and they responded with “money doesn’t grow on trees”.

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Managing the Banking Relationship in a Growing Market

Business is rarely easy.  Even in a growth market, there are still challenges.  They are just different challenges than in a recession. Managing the Banking Relationship in a Growing Market In Houston, we are seeing companies who are continuing to grow and generate cash. As they seek to expand their operations and invest in infrastructure, they are running

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Track Money In and Out of a Company

See Also: How to Develop a Daily Cash Report Cash Flow Projections Discounted Cash Flow Analysis Cash Flow Statement Free Cash Flow Analysis Track Money In and Out of a Company We have all heard CASH IS KING and HE WHO HAS THE GOLD RULES. I was talking with a business owner of a growing

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Other People’s Money

Other People’s Money (OPM) In finance, other people’s money, or OPM, is a slang term that refers to financial leverage. Other people’s money refers to borrowed capital that is used to increase the potential returns as well as the risks of an investment. OPM can be used by individuals or by corporations. Using other people’s

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Interest Rate Definition

See Also: Effective Rate of Interest Calculation Interest Expense What are the 7 Cs of banking Time Value of Money (TVM) Interest Rate Risk LIBOR vs Prime Rate Federal Funds Rate Definition Treasury Inflation Protected Securities Interest Rate Definition An interest rate signifies a borrowing cost. The interest rate definition is the rate the lender

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When to Buy New Software

See Also: How to Choose New Software How to Choose a Software Dealer Technology Assessment Criteria Technology Strategy for Small to Medium Sized Companies How to Ensure Redundant Data Communications Links When to Buy New Software? We hear this question a lot. We usually talk about the symptoms associated with the need for a software

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How Factoring Can Make or Save Money

See Also: What is Factoring Receivables Accounting for Factored Receivables Journal Entries for Factored Receivables Can Factoring Be Better Than a Bank Loan? History of Factoring Factoring is Not for My Company The What, When, and Where About Factoring Nest Egg How Factoring Can Make or Save Money Opportunity for Discounts: Lack of cash flow

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Debits and Credits

See Also: Accounting Asset Definition Accounting For Factored Receivables Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) Imprest Account Accounting Fraud Prevention using QuickBooks Accounting Income vs. Economic Income Debits and Credits Definition Debits and credits, defined as the double recorded method which is the centerpiece of accounting, are used by accountants across the world. The benefit to

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Bankruptcy Information

See Also: Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Bankruptcy Code Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Bankruptcy Costs Chapter 12 Bankruptcy Courts – Bankruptcy Bankruptcy Information Bankruptcy is the legal condition of being unable to repay debts. It can apply to individuals or organizations. There are two types of bankruptcy: voluntary and involuntary. Voluntary bankruptcy occurs when the debtor,

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Financial Jargon

See Also: Categories of Banks Finding the Right Lender Funding Source Versus Lender How to Manage Your Banking Relationship Interest Rate Is it Time to Find a New Bank? Financial Jargon My client, Elliott, met a friendly banker at a networking function. The banker told him, “I like your business and would like to loan

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