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Pratibha Devasenapathy   Jan-14-2020
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Cash and Cash Equivalents (CCE): Definition and Example

Cash and cash equivalents information is sometimes used by analysts in comparison to a company's current liabilities to estimate its ability to pay its bills in the short term

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Pratibha Devasenapathy   Jan-13-2020
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Break Even Point: Definition, Formula, Example and Analysis

The purpose of the break-even analysis formula is to calculate the amount of sales that equates revenues to expenses and the amount of excess revenues, also known as profits, after the fixed and varia

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Pratibha Devasenapathy   Jan-13-2020
working capital
How Understanding Key Financial Aspect Will Help You Climb Up the Business Ladder

Working capital serves as blood circulation in any enterprise. Optimisation of working capital can help the business become much efficient and competitive, thereby allowing for a consistent growth.

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Pratibha Devasenapathy   Jan-13-2020
Business forecasting
Business Forecasting: Definition, Need and How to Do it

Business forecasting can help multiple functions for crucial decision making. Eg: Forecasts also help to understand customer engagement and therefore shape marketing efforts.

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Pratibha Devasenapathy   Jan-13-2020
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Statutory Audit & Reporting: Definition and Example

The purpose of a statutory audit is to ensure that these accounts of the company represent a fair and accurate picture of the company’s current financial position on the date of the balance sheet

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  Jan-13-2020
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Security Management and its Salient Features

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Pratibha Devasenapathy   Jan-13-2020
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Credit Limit: Definition and Example

Your debtors would earn credibility based on their credit score which is evaluated based on the payments to your firm they have taken credit from.

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Pratibha Devasenapathy   Jan-13-2020
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What is Cost Estimation: Definition and Example

Cost Estimation is a statement that gives the value of the cost incurred in the manufacturing of finished goods. Know more about cost estimation definition, methods with example.

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Pratibha Devasenapathy   Jan-13-2020
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Contribution Margin and Ratio: Definition, Formula and Example

The two major components to calculate Contribution Margin are; Net Sales and Variable Costs. Let’s understand them separately so that this ratio calculation becomes a more simplified process for you.

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Pratibha Devasenapathy   Jan-13-2020
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Compound Interest: Explanation, Formula and Example

Here’s a refresher about this simple yet crucial concept of calculating the interest amount will help manage your accounts more seamlessly.

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Pratibha Devasenapathy   Dec-06-2019
Cash Flow: What is Cash Flow Statement Definition and Example

The cash flow statement complements the balance sheet and income statement and is a mandatory part of a company's financial reports since 1987.

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