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What Is Capital Budgeting? Definition and Examples

What Is Capital Budgeting? Definition and Examples

Capital budgeting is a highly useful financial assessment tool for companies, and it comes with multiple uses.

The Fastest-Growing Careers With the Most New Jobs

The Fastest-Growing Careers With the Most New Jobs

Here are the fastest-growing occupations in the country and the ones that are adding the most new jobs.

What Is a Balance Sheet?

What Is a Balance Sheet?

A balance sheet is a key financial statement that helps provide a picture of a company's financial position.

History of Accounting: Timeline

History of Accounting: Timeline

If you're considering investing, or even just trying to keep track of your personal income and expenses, it is a good idea to also understand the basics and history of accounting.

What Is Predatory Lending?

What Is Predatory Lending?

Predatory lending is both costly and pervasive - here's how to avoid it.

How to Invest in Your 20s to Create Wealth in Your 50s

How to Invest in Your 20s to Create Wealth in Your 50s

Investing in your 20s gives you the early start you need to obtain financial security - and much sooner than you think. Learn more.

How to Become a Tax Preparer

How to Become a Tax Preparer

There are several different paths to becoming a tax preparer, with some much more lucrative than others.

Advisers: Spring's a Great Time to Evaluate Your Practice

Advisers: Spring's a Great Time to Evaluate Your Practice

Adviser Mark Bordelove shares some of his firm's practice management techniques and customer service strategies.

What Is Terminal Value and How Does It Work?

What Is Terminal Value and How Does It Work?

Terminal value enables companies to gauge financial performance far into the future, but in an accurate fashion.

What Is a Retirement Plan Contribution Credit?

What Is a Retirement Plan Contribution Credit?

A Retirement Plan Contribution Credit, formally known as a Saver's Credit, can help save big money on taxes.