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Corporate Finance (2,792 Books)


Corporate finance is the field of finance dealing with financial decisions that business enterprises make and the tools and analysis used to make these decisions. The primary goal of corporate finance is to maximize corporate value while managing the firm's financial risks. Although it is in principle different from managerial finance which studies the financial decisions of all firms, rather than corporations alone, the main concepts in the study of corporate finance are applicable to the financial problems of all kinds of firms.

 
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Application for Designation of the Grove Hall-Roxbury Commercial A...

By: Boston Redevelopment Authority; Boston Industrial Development Financing Authority

Balata ; Rubber ; Rubber plants

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Cash Management : A Systems Approach

By: Pogue, G. A. (Gerald Albert) ; Faucett, R. B. (Russell B.) ; Bussard, R. N
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Financing Water Supply and Sanitation Investments : Utilizing Risk...

By: Aldo Baietti

Economics

SUMMARY: Water supply is essential for growth, as well as for social well-being. It is probably the most difficult of all infrastructure services to substitute, and its absence or deficiency represents a particular burden on the poor. In the developing world, 2 out of every 10 people lack access to a safe water supply, and 5 out of 10 have inadequate sanitation. This means that worldwide, more than 1.1 billion people do not have access to safe drinking water, and roughly...

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Terrorist Financing U.S. Agencies Should Systematically Assess Ter...

By: General Accounting Office

Government Accountability Integrity Reliability Office Collection

Excerpt: Terrorists use many alternative financing mechanisms to earn, move, and store assets (see table). They earn assets by selling contraband cigarettes and illicit drugs, by misusing charitable organizations that collect large donations, and by other means. They move funds by concealing their assets through nontransparent mechanisms such as charities, informal banking systems, and commodities such as precious stones and metals. To store assets, terrorists may choose...

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Summary of Major Changes to Dod 7000.14-R, Volume 6B, Chapter 4 Ba...

By: epartment of Defense

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: Substantive revisions are denoted by a ... preceding the section, paragraph, table, or figure that includes the revision PARA EXPLANATION OF CHANGE/REVISION PURPOSE 0402 Revises the narrative instructions to point to the milestone schedule (Table 2-4 in Chapter 2 of Volume 6B) instead of including specific dates that change each year. Update 040205 A.3 and E.3 Clarifies the definition of environmental liability decreases and additions during the reporting period...

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Chapter 4 a Model Cash Flow Tax

By: United States Department of the Treasury

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: The mayor difference between the cash flow tax and the comprehensive income tax outlined in chapter 3 is that the change in an individual's net worth is effectively excluded from the base of the cash flow tax. In many other respects, the two taxes are alike. Consumption is included in both tax bases. The measure of consumption in the cash flow proposal is broadly similar to that in the comprehensive income tax proposal; it differs mainly in that it includes the ...

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The Cash Flow Version of an Expenditure Tax

By: Peter Mieszkowski

Government Reference Publication

Introduction: In this paper a comprehensive plan for the introduction of a progressive consumption, or expenditure tax, is presented. AS a first step various arguments that favor the use of consumption, rather than income, as the personal tax base are reviewed. Since many of these arguments are based on the shortcomings of the existing income tax system, they depend on the nature of the income tax system an expenditure tax will replace. However, they also depend on value...

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Archived Information Cash Management

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Excerpt: The cash management requirements govern a school?s management of most SFA Program funds. These requirements establish rules and procedures that a school must follow in requesting, maintaining, disbursing, and otherwise managing funds under the Pell Grant, FSEOG, Perkins Loan, FWS, Direct Loan, and FFEL programs. Final regulations published November 29, 1996 made significant changes to the cash management requirements. Those changes are discussed here.

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Understanding and Controlling Cash Flow

By: Ramin C. Maysami

Government Reference Publication

Introduction : opportunity knocks but you cannot answer. You are temporarily short of cash! Small business owners may easily avoid this situation with good cash flow management. This publication outlines techniques to achieve this goal. Cash is a component of a business' net working capital and is its most liquid current asset. To understand its role in and out of a business, we look first at the concept of current assets and current liabilities.

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Productivity Enhancing Capital Investment (Peci)

By: epartment of Defense

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: REISSUANCE AND PURPOSE. This Instruction ... 1.1. Reissues reference (a) to update policy, responsibilities, procedures, and guidance for the PECI process under D.O.D. Directive 5010.31 (reference (b)) ... 1.2. Authorizes the publication of D.O.D. 5010.36-H “Productivity Enhancing Capital Investment (PECI) Handbook,” consistent with D.O.D. 5025.1-M (reference (c)) ... 2. APPLICABILITY AND SCOPE. This Instruction ...

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Cash Management of Requisition Cases

By: James T. Chapman, Lieutenant Commander

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: Nearly every participant in the United States’ Foreign Military Sales Program needs to be concerned with the problem of “cash flow.” Close management of cash is the rule rather than the exception. The U.S. manager of a FMS case or program has a responsibility to the foreign customer to assist in the management of that country’s funds ... to ensure that demands are not placed needlessly and that funds are not retained in the U.S. in excess of those required by la...

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Balance Sheet

By: epartment of Defense

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: ID # Question Answer Discussion Source BS-1 Has all data call information furnished by the entity been adequately reflected in the statement? BS-2 Do amounts reflected on all lines reasonably represent the entity’s expectations? BS-3 Are differences between Line 1.A.1 (Fund Balance With Treasury) and the balance in the US Treasury accounts explained in Note 3 (Fund Balance With Treasury)? BS-4 Are foreign currency account balances reported on the balance sheet t...

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A Case Study of Iv&V Return on Investment (Roi)

By: Richard A. Rogers, Dr.

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: This study determines the return on investment (ROI) for IV&V based on a comparison of two groups of computer software configuration items (CSCIs) associated with Space Shuttle ground systems. One group received IV&V services across the full development cycle, the other beginning in the code and development test phase. Observed differences in error densities between the two groups indicate that those CSCIs receiving full life cycle IV&V had fewer defects during ...

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Managing Your Return on Investment (Roi) for Public Key Infrastruc...

By: Peter J. Butziger

Technical Reference Publication

Excerpt: The digital future holds unprecedented convenience and efficiency of data access. However security remains one of the most limiting growth factors across all industries. These security concerns include: confidentiality of connectivity (internet and beyond), application of digital signatures in paperless environments, single sign-on authentication, and evolving court cases of hacker damage and corporate liability. What are IT professional expected to do when the ...

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Row House Rehabilitation : Back Bay : Cash Flow and Resale Analysis

By: Pangaro, A

Calculations showing the effects of first and second mortgage financing on the profit expected by the private owner or developer interested in the high quality rehabilitation of Boston's Back Bay row house; this item was in the BRA collection..

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Federal Aviation Administration National Airspace System Capital I...

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Excerpt: NAS Modernization. The Federal Aviation Administration?s (FAA) Strategic Plan sets the following long-term mission goals for aerospace: SAFETY: By 2007, reduce U.S. aviation fatal accident rates by 80 percent from 1996 levels. SECURITY: Prevent security incidents in the aviation system SYSTEM EFFICIENCY: Provide an aerospace transportation system that meets the needs of users and is efficient in the application of FAA and aerospace resources...

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The World Bank Annual Report of 1998 : Balance Sheet

By: The World Bank

Economics

The International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD) is an international organization which commenced operations in 1946. The principal purpose of IBRD is to promote economic development in its member countries, primarily by providing loans and related technical assistance for specific projects and for programs of economic reform in developing member countries. The activities of IBRD are complemented by those of three affiliated organizations, the Internation...

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Measuring the Cost of Capital Services

By: T. Nicolaus Tideman

Government Reference Publication

Introduction: Hall and Jorgenson developed a formula for the price of capital services that is widely used. Their formula, however, fails to distinguish between the real discount rate for future services of capital and the nominal discount rate for depreciation. It also adjusts the discount rate to allow for the deductibility of interest, when the proper procedure is to include interest as an explicit deduction, like depreciation. The Hall-Jorgenson procedure yields the ...

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Stick Out Your Balance Sheet and Cough

By: Gary Patterson

In your business, what is the cost of what you don?t know? $300,000, $1 million, $3 million or more? www.FiscalDoctor.com

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Department of Defense Agency Wide Consolidated Balance Sheet as of...

By: epartment of Defense

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: 1. ASSETS (Note 2. A. Intragovernmental ... 1. Fund Balance with Treasury (Note 3. a. Entity b. Non-Entity Seized Iraqi Cash c. Non-Entity-Other ... 2. Investments (Note 4 ... 2.Accounts Receivable (Note 5) ... 2. Other Assets (Note 6) ... 2. Total Intragovernmental Assets B. Cash and Other Monetary Assets (Note 7) C. Accounts Receivable (Note 5) D. Loans Receivable (Note 8) E. Inventory and Related Property (Note 9) F. General Property, Plant and Equipment (Not...

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