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What is the Difference between Accounts Payable and Notes Payable

27th June 2012
In the world of business, it is a reality that businesses, whether SMEs or big corporations, sometimes do not have enough resources to purchase goods that they obtain these resources through borrowing, owners' investments, and management operations. These... Read >
Author: Kevin Jeffersons

Value Investing with Stock Market Analysis Software – MyClime

24th August 2011
Different sources define value investing differently. Some say value investing is the investment philosophy that favors the purchase of stocks that are currently selling at low price-to-book ratios and have high dividend yields. Others say value investing... Read >
Author: Ruth Bishop

Best Broker For Scalping - 8 Characteristics It Must Have

19th June 2011
If you are a scalper, you must realize that your broker also decides the success rate of your trading system. Find out how to spot the best broker for scalping by checking out these eight factors. Scalping is the game of capture the market signals and ... Read >
Author: Arthur Bruno

Penalties Under Indian Companies Act

13th June 2011
Indian Companies Act 1956 provides a range of obligations to be discharged by every company registered under this act and also on the part of its Directors / Managers / Secretaries, etc. The law relating to penalties arising from non-compliance of various... Read >
Author: CA A. K. JAIN

Write a note on the assets and liabilities of a commercial bank .

18th March 2011
Assets And Liabilities of a Commercial Bank. • Introduction : A commercial bank deals in the business of banking i.e. accepting money from the public for the purpose of lending with a view to make profits. Thus, they play a pivotal role as a financial ... Read >
Author: thisishiral

Brief presentation of FARGO BANK LIMITED

10th March 2011
In periods of globalisation, financial crises, increasing inflation and the reorientation of the system that is commonly being called for, reliable partners are extremely worthwhile who on the one hand represent stability and on the other hand combat infl... Read >
Author: FargoBank

A Guide to Creditors Voluntary Liquidation (CVL) and When It is Used

19th January 2011
Copyright (c) 2010 Alison Withers The process known as a Creditors' Voluntary Liquidation allows the directors of an insolvent company can close it down without involving a court procedure. There are four tests of insolvency laid down in the Insolve... Read >
Author: Ali Withers

The Process of Insolvent Liquidation for Closing Down a Business

17th January 2011
Copyright (c) 2010 Alison Withers The formal process to close down a company is called Insolvent Liquidation. It happens when a company is insolvent, which means it does not have enough cash or liquid assets to pay its debts and the directors have conc... Read >
Author: Ali Withers

Balances Brought Forward in Dynamics GP Trial Balance Report

20th December 2010
If you are keeping past years open in Great Plains (current name Microsoft Dynamics GP) and do not close them in Financial Routines, you may feel a bit disappointed that Financial Trial Balance report doesn’t show beginning balance for the current year. T... Read >
Author: akarasev

Debit and Credit - Double Entry Bookkeeping Method

11th November 2010
In the language of accounting, the left-hand side of an account is called the debit side. Thus, an account with left-hand entries greater in total than the right-hand entries is said to have a debit balance. The following accounts normally have debit bala... Read >
Author: Sherman Stephens

Guide to Brand Management

13th August 2010
Brand management is the art of creating a strong public awareness for a service, product or company whilst controlling and regulating cash flow. The aim of branding is to increase profitability through a number of avenues; increased sales, higher retail p... Read >
Author: Amy

Bank Reconciliation Why it is Important?

21st May 2010
Bank reconciliation is the method of comparing and matching figures from the accounting bookkeeping records against those revealed on a bank statement. The effect is that several financial transactions in the bookkeeping accounting records not found on th... Read >
Author: bookkeeper

The Equiturn Program

23rd April 2010
A Short Refinance (or short pay refinance), also known as a short payoff, is a transaction where the lender agrees to accept less than the full amount owed. Instead of the property being sold, it is refinanced with a new lender. The short refinance allows... Read >
Author: Octavio Dudley

About Accounts Receivable and Accounts Receivable Management

23rd April 2010
Accounts receivable is one of a sequence of financial accounting transactions dealing with the billing of a customer for goods and services he/she has considered. In most business entities this is usually done by generating a statement and mailing or auto... Read >
Author: bookkeeper

Teach Me Quickbooks

11th March 2010
QuickBooks is an incredible accounting plan for home-based companies to monitor their cash flow and costs. It's easy to understand and easy to use. It has a great Support file. You do not require an accounting background to be ready to generate reports fo... Read >
Author: Erwin Bishop
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