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What is Transfer Pricing?

When goods or services are transferred within an organization there needs to be a way of tracking this for accounting purposes. Transfer pricing is a method by which resources can be transferred between different divisions or subdivisions of an organization. This transfer price can also apply to any subsidiaries of the business. The purpose of doing this is to optimize the performance of the organization as a whole and to determine how each division of the company is performing. It makes it possible to calculate each division’s profits and losses separately.

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What is a Capital Expenditure?

Within business the term ‘capital expenditure’ is often used; you might also see it written as CAPEX, or investment expenditure. When we talk about capital expenditure we are referring to those investments that will produce rewards at some time in the future. This investment could occur in any number of ways such as buying new equipment for a factory or developing current resources. It is usual to view capital expenditure as those investments that will provide a return for longer than just one year.

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Top 5 Best Business Finance Books Reviewed

Business finance is an important subject for anyone interested in how to manage their financial resources. Many of those people who want to develop a deeper understanding of this topic may not have a background in finance, and are more interested in practical information. There are many books available and some of these will look at business finance from a more academic standpoint while others are meant to provide information that those involved in business can benefit from.

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What is Meant by Net Revenue and Why is it Important?

Net revenue is another one of those terms that can confuse people when they first hear about it. It is hoped that by the end of this article you will have a much better idea about what is actually meant by this term. The term net revenue is closely related to the terms net profit, net income, net earnings, or the bottom line.

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The Best Corporate Finance Books for Learning Company Finance

If you are interested in Corporate Finance books you will find a huge selection to satisfy your requirements. These books have been written to suit a variety of people including those who just have a passing interest, those who are involved in the profession, and those who are studying the subject at university. Here are just some of the best corporate finance books that you will currently find available to purchase.

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What is Bankruptcy and How Do You Declare Yourself Bankrupt?

These days, with the economy going through a rough patch, you will frequently hear about businesses going bankrupt. The reality is that even in good times there are always plenty of companies going into bankruptcy. You may have wondered though about what it exactly means to go bankrupt and how do you declare bankruptcy?

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What is the Technical Analysis of Stocks

In any economy, one thing is certain: the beginner investor is alive and well. In boom economies, this investor is filled with rampant enthusiasm and a desire to strike while the market is “hot” in order to get the maximum value possible. In recessionary economies, the beginner investor is still filled with rampant enthusiasm, albeit from a much different perspective. They are looking to come into the market while it’s down and make out like thieves in the night when it rises again. Perfect prediction is outside the capability of any human-created system, but the system of technical analysis allows us to come pretty close.

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Definition of Corporate Finance or Managerial Finance: What is Managerial Finance? (Defined)

Managerial or corporate finance is the task of providing the funds for a corporation’s activities. For small business, this is referred to as SME finance. It generally involves balancing risk and profitability, while attempting to maximize an entity’s wealth and the value of its stock.

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