Mutual Company

Business / Taxes / Mutual Company: A mutual company is a privately held company owned by its policyholders, depositors, or other customers. A share of the profits is distributed as dividends, allocated in proportion to the amount of business each customer does with the company. Insurance companies, federal savings and loan associations, and savings banks are examples of mutual companies, although each type operates somewhat differently.

Other Words for Company

Company Noun Synonyms: companionship, society, fellowship, attendance, presence, associates, friends, companions, comrades
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Mutual Verb Synonyms: reciprocal, reciprocated, requited, interactive, complementary
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Mutual Mortgage Insurance

Business / Real Estate / Mutual Mortgage Insurance: Insurance premiums and other specified FHA revenues are paid into one of four FHA funds. Losses due to foreclosure are met from these funds. MORE

Mutual Funds

Business / Accounting / Mutual Funds: Investment companies that pool money from shareholders and invest in a variety of securities, including stocks, bonds, and short-term money market assets. MORE

Mutual Fund Theorem

Business / Finance / Mutual Fund Theorem: A result associated with the CAPM, asserting that investors will choose to invest their entire risky portfolio in a market index or mutual fund. MORE

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