Revenue is a word describing any cash flowing into a business as a result of goods and services rendered.
The Accounts Receivable on the company’ s books may include the entire cost of the goods or services rendered during that period, but the Revenue should generally only reflect the amount that is paid to the company in the current year.
A time spread using call options is a strategy that buys and sells the same number of options with the same strike price
Contribution limits for the TSP are the same as regular 401(k)s. An employee can defer up to $18,000 a year in 2016
A warrant is an agreement giving the holder the right to buy (or sell) a certain number of shares of a company
A leveraged buyout occurs when members of management use outside borrowed capital to buy a controlling share in the co.
Cash Accounting is the accounting method where only finalized transactions are documented
Times Interest Earned is analysis that compares the pre-tax earnings of a company to the total amount of interest payable
Chapter 11 is a type of bankruptcy filing a company can make to give itself time to reorganize and hopefully continue
Form 8891 was previously used by individuals with retirement plans held in Canada when they were living in America
The Cup-and-Handle pattern is formed when a stock price initially declines and then rises to form a “U”like shape
Blockchain is an emerging technology and arguably one of the next “big things.” As with anything so big and impactful, it comes with a few issues and limitations