Capital Loss

Business / Finance / Capital Loss: A lease obligation that has to be capitalized on the balance sheet.

Other Words for Capital

Capital Noun Synonyms: head, top, crown, cap
Capital Adjective Synonyms: chief, main, major, important, cardinal, central, principal, prime, primary, paramount, pre-eminent, foremost, leading
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Other Words for Loss

Loss Noun Synonyms: diminution, erosion, reduction, impoverishment, depletion, shrinkage
Loss Verb Synonyms: deprivation, bereavement, privation, denial, sacrifice, forfeiture, disappearance
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Unrealized Loss

Business / Taxes / Unrealized Loss: If the market price of a security you own drops below the amount you paid for it, you have an unrealized loss. The loss remains unrealized as long as you don't sell the security while the price is dow MORE

Net Realized Capital Gains Per Share

Business / Finance / Net Realized Capital Gains Per Share: Capital gains realized by an investment company minus any capital losses divided by the total number of the company's outstanding shares. MORE

Long-Term Capital Gain (Or Loss)

Business / Taxes / Long-Term Capital Gain (Or Loss): When you sell a capital asset that you have owned for more than a year at a higher price than you paid to buy it, any profit on the sale is considered a long-term capital gain. If you sell for less th MORE

Capital Gains Distribution

Business / Finance / Capital Gains Distribution: When a stock is sold for a profit, the capital gain is the difference between the net sales price of the securities and their net cost, or original basis. If a stock is sold below cost, the difference MORE

Nondiversifiability Of Human Capital

Business / Finance / Nondiversifiability Of Human Capital: The difficulty of hedging one's human capital (the unique capabilities and expertise of individuals) and employment effort. MORE

Number Of Days Sales Invested In Working Capital

Business / Accounting / Number Of Days Sales Invested In Working Capital: An alternative measure of the amount of working capital used in generating the sales of a period: computed by dividing 365 days by the working capital turnover. MORE

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