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Business(Finance for business)

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What are creditors? Businesses that allow households and businesses to purchase goods from and pay them at a later stage- usually giving up to 60 days to pay
What are amounts due? Another form of creditors that supply services such as electricity and telephone and accept payment at later time
What is bank overdraft? Banks may allows households and businesses current account customers to take more money out of thee current account than is in it
What is a term loan? Loans obtained from financial institutions that are used for things such as purchasing furniture and equipment
What is hire purchase(HP)? This offers immediate used and the eventual ownership of a good. Used to purchase cars,equipment and furniture
What is leasing? Also known as hiring or renting. It is used for by people who require the use of something but not the ownership
What is the owners capital? Money put up buy the owners of a business. The amount depends on the type of business ownership
What is a grant? A non-repayable sum of money given by the government of the EU
What are retained earnings(Reserves or savings) Available to a household or business that has made a profit and kept some income
What is a long-term loan? Obtained from a financial institution for a period longer than five years.Household loads are called mortgages
What are creditors? Businesses that allow households and businesses to purchase goods from and pay them at a later stage- usually giving up to 60 days to pay
What are amounts due? Another form of creditors that supply services such as electricity and telephone and accept payment at later time
What is bank overdraft? Banks may allows households and businesses current account customers to take more money out of thee current account than is in it
What is a term loan? Loans obtained from financial institutions that are used for things such as purchasing furniture and equipment
What is hire purchase(HP)? This offers immediate used and the eventual ownership of a good. Used to purchase cars,equipment and furniture
What is leasing? Also known as hiring or renting. It is used for by people who require the use of something but not the ownership
What is the owners capital? Money put up buy the owners of a business. The amount depends on the type of business ownership
What is a grant? A non-repayable sum of money given by the government of the EU
What are retained earnings(Reserves or savings) Available to a household or business that has made a profit and kept some income
What is a long-term loan? Obtained from a financial institution for a period longer than five years.Household loads are called mortgages
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