Management Accounting

Business / Accounting / Management Accounting: The area of accounting concerned with providing internal financial reports to assist management in making decisions.

Other Words for Management

Management Adjective Synonyms: administration, executive(s), bosses, directors, board (of directors), directorate, (top) brass
Management Noun Synonyms: managing, control, supervision, manipulation, handling, direction, directing, directorship, administration, government, conduct, governance, operation, running, superintendence, command, guidance, stewardship
MORE

Cost Accounting

Business / Accounting / Cost Accounting: An area of management accounting which deals with the costs of a business in terms of enabling the management to manage the business more effectively. MORE

Management Goals

Business / Finance / Management Goals: A set of conditions a business is striving to achieve. These may include requirements for debt/equity ratio, working capital, or dividend payments. See also covenants. MORE

Management Plan

Business / Real Estate / Management Plan: The financial and operational strategy for the ongoing management of a property. It is based on market analysis, a property analysis and the owners goals. MORE

Management Fee

Business / Finance / Management Fee: An investment advisory fee charged by the financial adviser to a fund typically on the basis of the fund's average assets, but sometimes determined on a sliding scale that declines as the dollar amoun MORE

Management Discussion And Analysis (MD and A)

Business / Finance / Management Discussion And Analysis (MD and A): A report from management to shareholders that accompanies the firm's financial statements in the annual report. It explains the period's financial results and enables management to discuss topics that MORE

Management Development

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Management Development: Training and developmental programs designed to provide new managers and existing managers with the resources needed to become more effective in their roles. MORE

Links
Home
Glossary
Thesaurus