Cash Flow After Interest And Taxes

Business / Finance / Cash Flow After Interest And Taxes: In investments, cash flow represents earnings before depreciation, amortization, and non-cash charges. Sometimes called cash earnings. Cash flow from operations (called funds from operations by real estate and other investment trusts) is important because it indicates the ability to pay dividends.

Other Words for Cash

Cash Noun Synonyms: money, currency, bills, notes, banknotes, change, hard cash or money, specie, coin of the realm, legal tender, moolah, dough, bread, loot, spondulicks or spondulix, lolly, ready, readies, scratch, gelt
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Other Words for Flow

Flow Adjective Synonyms: stream, pour, run, rush, course, surge, move, go, proceed, progress, drift, gush, glide, purl, roll, ripple, trickle, gurgle, bubble, swirl, whirl, circulate
Flow Verb Synonyms: rush, gush, surge, well (forth), stream, spring, issue, spout, spurt, squirt, spew, flood, cascade, fall, rain, brim, overflow, spill, teem
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Other Words for Interest

Interest Noun Synonyms: attention, attentiveness, concern, regard, curiosity, scrutiny, notice, engagement
Interest Adjective Synonyms: concern, significance, importance, weight, moment, note, consequence
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Overhand Lay-Up Shot

Entertainment / Basketball / Overhand Lay-Up Shot: A lay-up shot with the shooting hand positioned on the back of the ball with the palm facing the basket. MORE

Outstanding Stock

Business / Accounting / Outstanding Stock: Issued stock that is still being held by investors. MORE

Outstanding Shares

Business / Finance / Outstanding Shares: Shares that are currently owned by investors. MORE

P and I

Business / Finance / P and I: Stands for principal and interest on bonds or mortgage-backed securities. MORE

P and L

Business / Accounting / P and L: See Profit and Loss Account MORE

Pan And Scan

Technology / Television (TV) / Pan And Scan: A method used to crop the picture frame of the original source material produced in a 'wide-screen' format, (any format wider than NTSC-analog's 4:3 aspect ratio) so it will fit a conventional (4:3) T MORE

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