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GLOSSARY OF BUSINESS AND FINANCIAL TERMS

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MANAGEMENT - The art of conducting and supervising a business.

MARGIN REQUIREMENTS - A term used to refer to the percentage of total accounts receivable and inventory against which you can borrow on your operating loan. These margin requirements are calculated each month and reported to the bank.

MARKETING - All the activities involved in buying and selling a product or service.

MATCHING - Placing revenues and expenses together for the same accounting period to
determine the profit or loss for that period.

MEMORANDUM or MEMO - A note usually prepared to identify the additional investment
of the owner.

MERCHANDISE - Goods bought and sold in a business.

MONEY MARKET - The segment of the financial marketplace where short term (less than one year) investment instruments are bought and sold daily.

MORTGAGE - A mortgage is a written document in which the debtor promises to pay the debt with interest at a definite time or at stated intervals, and, in addition, gives to the creditor claim against the property.
 


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