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Tip of the Day Avoid Fees

Avoid Fees - When using long-term investments as a money-earning vehicle, it is wise to remember that any returns that are made on that money must deduct any fees paid...

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Intellectual Property

Intellectual Property – Intellectual property refers to the ownership of “intangibles” such as:  brand names, trade secrets, business ideas, company knowledge, formulas, recipes, software, designs, music, literature, symbols, phrases and other “assets” of a company that cannot be otherwise defined. Intellectual property is considered highly valuable to companies, even though a monetary value could be difficult to formulate.  A value can be attributed and placed on a company’s accounting balance sheet.  Many companies will legally protect these possessions by requiring employee non-disclosure contracts, filing for patents, and applying for copyrights on these properties.

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Definition: A ratio that measures a company's ability to meet its current liabilities with its liquid assets. TeenAnalyst Advice: It's important that a company be able to pay their debts and other ...

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