Cook the books is an idiom describing fraudulent activities performed by corporations to falsify their financial statements.
The cost approach valuation method recommends the price a buyer should pay for a piece of property should equal the cost to build an equivalent structure.
Accountant responsibility is the ethical responsibility an accountant has to those who rely on his work.
Return On Average Capital Employed (ROACE) is a financial ratio that shows profitability versus the investments a company has made in itself.
Asset financing uses a company’s balance sheet assets, including short-term investments, inventory and accounts receivable, to borrow money or get a loan
Betterment is a type of action or cost expenditure that contributes towards improving an asset’s performance and/or increasing its value.
A long put is buying a put option, which profits if the underlying asset declines.
Institute Of Management Accountants – IMA is the umbrella association for financial professionals.
A hiccup is a slang term for a short-term disruption within a longer-term plan, goal or trend.
Signifying “Private Investment in Public Equity,” a PIPE deal is one in which publicly traded assets are sold privately, often to quickly raise capital.