Goodwill

Business / Real Estate / Goodwill: An intangible, salable asset arising from the reputation of a business, the expectation of continued public patronage, including other intangible assets like trade name and going concern value. When a business is sold, the sales price often reflects its goodwill value.

Market Value

Business / Finance / Market Value: The price at which an asset would pass from an informed and willing seller to an informed and willing buyer, assuming that goodwill played no role in the transaction. MORE

Amortization

Business / Accounting / Amortization: The depreciation (or repayment) of an (usually) intangible asset (eg. loan, mortgage) over a fixed period of time. Example: if a loan of 12,000 is amortized over 1 year with no interest, the monthly p MORE

Gold Bars

Business / Finance / Gold Bars: The value of a company to another company or individual in terms of an operating business. The difference between a company's going-concern value and its asset or liquidation value is deemed goodwill MORE

Asset

Business / Debt / Asset: An asset is property that belongs to an individual. Including; real property (land or buildings) and personal property (eg cash, stocks and shares, or vehicles). MORE

Boot

Technology / Computers / Boot: The process of turning on the computer and beginning the process of loading the programs and operating system into memory to be processed into tangible data. MORE

Business Opportunity

Business / Real Estate / Business Opportunity: Any type of business that is for sale (also called business brokerage). The sale or lease of the business and goodwill of an existing business, enterprise or opportunity, including a sale of all or su MORE

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