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FINANCIAL STATEMENT ANALYSIS

To look into the status of a company. Accountants do several things to get to a decision. Some profit and loss analysis, oversee management, and make statements to name a few.

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FINANCIAL STRUCTURE

The financing done by a firm to get the support they need for their operations. It is the structure of the companies finances.It shows investments, long term loans, short term loans, short term liabilities on the right of a balance sheet.

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FINANCIAL SUPPLY CHAIN

When trading partners are connected from the order being placed to the payment. It shows the flow of information and funds opposite off the flow of goods and services model.

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FINANCIAL SYSTEM

The processes used by a company to control finances. It takes many forms like recording, verification, and reporting on transactions. These transactions affect the companies revenues, assets, expenses, and liabilities.

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FINANCIAL TIMES STOCK EXCHANGE (FTSE) 100

The BENCHMARK index of the London Stock Exchange, comprised of 100 LARGE CAP STOCKS representing a broad range of industries. The FTSE 100 can be traded directly through EXCHANGETRADED FUNDS and DERIVATIVES. Also known as FOOTSIE.

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FINANCIAL TRANSACTION

An event involving payment, deposits, borrowing money, buying property, or selling property.

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FINANCIAL WORTH

This term applies to the net value of a person's assets and property after his liabilities and debts have been taken away.

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FINANCIAL YEAR

A period that starts any day of the year but must end in 12 months. It is used to show accounting books that compute reports of a companies status. It may not match the calendar year. AKA fiscal year.

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FINANCIALLY INDEPENDENT

A party that is able to pay their own resources for food, housing, and living expenses. Two of the three categories must be included.

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FINANCIER

A person employed in the economical management and application ofpublic money; one skilled in the management of financial affairs.

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FINANCING ACTIVITIES

The events that an organization does to get to its profit goals. It can be a transaction or intiative involving stocks, bonds, shares, notes, and loan arrangements.

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FINANCING CASH FLOW

The portion of the corporate CASH FLOW statement depicting the cash inflows and cash outflows that impact a firm

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FINANCING COST

The cost of getting a loan. It is different than the price of equity capital.

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FINANCING FLOWS

The cash made by the financial activites in a firm to profit.

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FINANCING INSTRUMENT

Documents used as a certificate, note or bond that gets equity capital or loan capital.

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FINANCING REQUIREMENT

The money needed to start any plan or project. The money reported can be projected or actual.

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FINANCING RISK

Loss that gets bigger the longer the loan or credit period goes on.

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FINANCING SQUEEZE

An event that happens in bad economic conditions when borrowers are not given credit. Or they get credit at a higher rate because of the restrictions on lending of a bank.

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FINANCING STATEMENT

A document a lender files for interest once property is used as collateral. It is a matter of public notice.

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FIND

To discover; to determine; to ascertain and declare. To announce a conclusion,as the result of judicial investigation, ui>on a disputed fact or state of facts; as ajury are said to "find a will." To determine a controversy in favor of one of the parties;as a jury "find for the plaintiff." State v. Bulkeley, 01 Conn. 2S7, 23 Atl. 180, 14 L. R. A.657; Weeks v. Trask, 81 Me. 127, 16 Atl. 413, 2 L. R. A. 532; Southern Bell Tel., etc.,Co. v. Watts, 66 Fed. 460, 13 C. C. A. 579.

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