Accounting policies are the internal controls of a company which stipulate the methods by which the books will be kept. Accounting policies are the agreed-upon accounting methods, conventions, and practices of an accounting cycle.
A business must establish guidelines and training to ensure that accounts are kept in ways that satisfy their needs for documentation, security, liquidity, management, and the observation of applicable laws.
Failure to communicate these policies and to follow-up on their usage can result is terrible financial problems for a business, including legal action from business partners, clients, the Secretary of State, the IRS, and so on.
One advantage to Roth 401(k)s is that they do not have income limits which may have barred high earners in the past
There is enough money to pay Social Security benefits at the current rate until about 2037
A Bid offer in terms of financial markets is the price offered by an investor or trader for a security
Overbought is a term used when analysis doesn't seem to justify the buying behavior of investors past a certain threshold
Credit debt or credit card debt is a type of consumer debt that is incurred through a short-term revolving loan facility
Appraisal Fraud is the intentional misrepresentation of the value of a home using an appraiser’s statement
The Federal Supplemental Education Opportunity Grant provides funding for educational expenses to students
Market research is the process of evaluating a possible opportunity for entering into a market with a new product
Blockchains institutes a system of checks and balances that functions on its own accord through rules programmed into the protocol
The Rising Flag or Bullish Flag pattern looks like a flag. It forms when rising prices experience a consolidation period