Increasing And Diminishing Returns

Business / Real Estate / Increasing And Diminishing Returns: The addition of more improvements to land and structures which increases value only to the assets maximum value. Beyond that point, additional improvements no longer affect a propertys value. As long as money spent on improvements produces an increase in income or value, the law of increasing returns applies. At the point where additional improvements do not increase income or value, the law of diminishing returns applies.

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Returns Adjective Synonyms: yield, earnings, profit, gain, benefit, income, revenue, proceeds, interest, takings, results
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Profit and Loss Statement (P and L)

Business / Finance / Profit and Loss Statement (P and L): Another term for the income statement. MORE

Profit And Loss Statement

Business / Real Estate / Profit And Loss Statement: A detailed statement of income and expenses of a business that reveals the operating position of the business over a period of time. Commonly referred to a P&L. MORE

Propaganda

Entertainment / Literature / Propaganda: In its original use, the term referred to a committee of cardinals the Roman Catholic church founded in 1622 (the Congregatio de propaganda fide). This group established specific educational materials MORE

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