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  • burn rate

    the pace at which a company must spend capital before generating positive cash flow

    cash flow statement

    financial report that shows the money coming into and going out of an organization

    compound interest

    used with interest or rate of return and applied when earnings also accumulate interest or other returns, in addition to earnings on principal


    the ability to borrow money


    receivables financing, or accessing cash for your business in exchange for offering a company the rights to the cash that will be collected from your customers

    future value

    the amount an asset will be worth a number of periods from the present

    noncash expenses

    adjustments to asset value not involving cash, such as deprecation and amortization


    theft of inventory

    present value

    what the suture amount of an asset or other investment is worth at face value discounted back to the present

    sales tax

    an assessment levied by governments on purchases and collected by merchants

    self-employment tax

    federal tax that business owners are assessed on waged paid to themselves

    working capital

    the value of current assets minus current liabilities

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