Accounting articles

Normal Profit Definition

Normal Profit DefinitionAlso suppose that Suzie has two employees, each of whom she pays $20,000 per year, and Suzie takes an annual salary of $40,000. Suzie also pays $20,000 annually in rent and $30,000 annually for ingredients and other supplies.... Read more

Political ideologies in the United States

Political ideologies in the United StatesDevelopment of Western conservatismRecently, there has been a strong movement among liberals against corporate welfare, which is generally favored by pro-government conservatives. The ideological position a pe... Read more

Investments: Fair Value Disclosures

Investments: Fair Value DisclosuresAlways take the time to take what you've learned from the numbers and apply it to what's actually happening at the company. That last step is the key to taking a financial analysis and translating it into an actiona... Read more

What is framework?

What is framework?Update: IAS 39 Financial Instruments – Recognition and Measurement summary noteThis article is a qualitative synthesis of quantitative and qualitative research investigating the flipped learning approach in engineering education. Sy... Read more

Corporate title

Corporate titleTypically, senior managers are "higher" than vice presidents, although many times a senior officer may also hold a vice president title, such as executive vice president and chief financial officer (CFO). The board of directors is tech... Read more

Learn About Simple and Compound Interest

Learn About Simple and Compound InterestThis concept is known as the time value of money and forms the basis for relatively advanced techniques like discounted cash flow (DCF) analysis. The discount factor can be thought of as the reciprocal of the i... Read more