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FINANCE ENGLISH/ Cash Accounting VAT Scheme

Cash Accounting VAT Scheme: this scheme follows the principles of cash accounting and therefore considers the date payments are made, rather than the date an invoice is issued. The Cash Accounting VAT Scheme is a method of reporting VAT whereby

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FINANCE ENGLISH/ Standard VAT Accounting Scheme

The Standard VAT Accounting Scheme is a method of reporting VAT whereby VAT is recorded and paid on the basis of when invoices are issued.   We’d love to hear from you! Drop us a line and we will tailor

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FINANCE ENGLISH/ DUE DILIGENCE

Financial Due Diligence The careful, systematic and detailed investigation, examination and analysis of the data of an investment, take-over or merger candidate or the disclosure of information by the target object itself, describes „Due Diligence”. – http://www.tpa-group.rs/en/   We’d love to

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ENGLEZA FINANCIARĂ/ BANK MANDATE

BANK MANDATE = (uk) a written instruction from a customer to a bank asking the bank to open an account, make regular payments from the customer’s account, or do some other service for the customer.   It is finance o’clock!

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ENGLEZA FINANCIARĂ/ TAX ABATEMENT

TAX ABATEMENT a reduction in the amount of tax that a business would normally have to pay in a particular situation, for example to encourage investment   It is finance o’clock! CURS DE ENGLEZĂ FINANCIARĂ PENTRU ECONOMIȘTI ȘI CONTABILI Tarif

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ENGLEZA FINANCIARĂ/ Revenue anticipation note

Revenue anticipation note = in the US, a type of bond used to get money for a public project, such as building a road or school. The bond is paid back with money received from users of the road, etc.

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ENGLEZA FINANCIARĂ/ Tax threshold

Tax threshold = the level of income or money earned above which people or companies must pay tax, or must pay a higher rate of tax (the level of income above which you start to pay tax).   It is

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ENGLEZA FINANCIARĂ/ Tax base

Tax base = the total ​value of all the ​income, ​property, etc. on which ​tax is ​charged: A tax base is a total amount of assets or income that can be taxed by a taxing authority, usually by the government.

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ENGLEZA FINANCIARĂ/ Capitalization

Capitalization 1) In the accounting context, it is where a cost is recorded as a a price of the asset rather than as an expenditure. 2) In the corporate context, it is a firm’s “invested capital,” meaning the business’ corporate

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ENGLEZA FINANCIARĂ/ Marginal relief

Marginal relief = adjustment in the amount of income tax payable by a firm whose taxable income is just over the upper limit of a tax bracket (or band). Marginal relief is deducted from the total tax amount and is

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