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Keep Your Receipts - When it comes to filing, your taxes you need to make sure that all your receipts are keep in good order, just in case you happen...

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Equity Capital - Equity capital is capital raised by its owners through personal investing in their own company. .This arrangement is when the owners purchase their own corporation stock at regular market value. Its invested money not paid to the investors, but it's the owners own personal stock. It is listed as stock holder equity or owner's equity, on the balance sheet of the company. The value of the stock purchased through equity capital is computed by estimating the current value of everything owned by the firm, and the liabilities are subtracted equity capital may be listed under different names on the balance sheet such as share capital or equity financing.

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Personnel investment in the company. I have not met this thing in my career. I am a small businessman to day onwards I am going to check the equity capital and will dealt with the details. Thanks a lot guys.

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Y Shares These are also called institutional shares and, therefore, are highly attractive to institutional investors. The great thing about these shares is that they are pretty safe, since institutions are relatively stable, and they also do not require 12b-1 fees to be paid. The downside...

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