Time Value Of Money

Business / Accounting / Time Value Of Money: Comparison of a lump sum of money, or a series of equal payments, between two different time periods (e.g., present and future), assuming a specified interest rate and time period. (Reference: The Time Value of Money by Clayton and Spivey.)

Other Words for Money

Money Noun Synonyms: currency, legal tender, medium of exchange, specie, (hard) cash, ready money, banknotes, paper money, notes, bills, coin(s), change, small change, (filthy) lucre, pelf, shekels, lolly, readies, folding money, cold (hard)
Money Adjective Synonyms: resources, wealth, fortune, funds, capital, wherewithal, affluence, means, (liquid) assets, riches, bundle
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Other Words for Time

Time Noun Synonyms: period, interval, stretch, spell, patch
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Internal Rate Of Return (IRR)

Business / Finance / Internal Rate Of Return (IRR): Dollar-weighted rate of return. Discount rate at which net present value (NPV) investment is zero. The rate at which a bond's future cash flows, discounted back to today, equal its price. MORE

Net Present Value (NPV)

Business / Finance / Net Present Value (NPV): The present value of the expected future cash flows minus the cost. MORE

Present Value

Business / Finance / Present Value: The amount of cash today that is equivalent in value to a payment, or to a stream of payments, to be received in the future. To determine the present value, each future cash flow is multiplied by a pr MORE

Poultry Products Inspection Act Of 1957

Business / Agriculture / Poultry Products Inspection Act Of 1957: P.L. 85-172 (August 28, 1957), as amended by the Wholesome Poultry Products Act of 1968 (P.L. 90-492, August 18, 1968), requires USDA to inspect all 'domesticated birds' when slaughtered and processed MORE

Positive Covenant (Of A Bond)

Business / Finance / Positive Covenant (Of A Bond): A bond covenant that specifies certain actions the firm must take. Also called an affirmative covenant. MORE

Positions Of The Feet

Entertainment / Ballet / Positions Of The Feet: The basic five positions of the feet on the floor were set down by the dancing master Pierre Beauchamp in the late 17th century. Two more positions were introduced by Mr. Serge Lifar during his career MORE

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