Paid-in capital is not money borrowed, but rather money invested in the company by shareholders. A company will generally issue shares of stock with a par value and an offer price, and paid-up capital represents the difference between total dollars invested and par value of the shares.
Shares that are bought and sold on the secondary market do not increase paid-up value, as those transactions occur between shareholders and do not flow back to the company in the form of new capital.
After a person’s death, their will is typically reviewed by probate court which will enforce the terms of the will...
An equity generally signifies some level of ownership in a corporation. A security is a broader term, which refers to...
At their conception, ETFs only tracked indexes, but today there is also demand for actively-managed ETFs
Acquiring technologies to abate their environmental impact, and the overhead of such projects is called Abatement Cost
Return on Investment (ROI) is a ratio used to compare the net income of a project or investment to the amount invested
Generally the lower income amounts will correspond to lower percentage toward federal income tax than higher income
Arbitrage is when an investor can pick up something in one market that has a higher value in another market
Income annuities are used by people in retirement to give them a steady, dependable stream of income until they die
Form 706 is the Estate Tax return, and it has a section concerning Generation-Skipping Transfers. 706 GS (d) specifically
The Symmetrical Triangle Bottom pattern forms when a currency pair's price fails to retest a high or a low and forms two trends