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An alphabetical listing of General terms and items.
A debt instrument of the U.S. government. (Treasury Bill)
The amount of pay an employee receives after all the deductions, such as income tax, social security, or pension, contributions.
The acquisition of one company by another.
People with exceptional abilities, especially a company's most valued employees.
The specific individuals, distinguished by socio-economic, demographic and interest characteristics, who are the most like ly potential customers for the goods and services of a business.
Selecting and developing a number of offerings to meet the needs of a number of specific market segments.
A government duty imposed on imports or exports to stimulate or dampen economic activity.
A governmental charge that is not a price for a good or service
A range of income levels subject to marginal tax at the same rate.
A tax reduction afforded to people for particular purposes, for example, sending their children to college
An amount that a government gives back to a taxpayer who has paid more taxes than were due.
An official form on which a company or individual enters details of income and expenses, used to assess tax liability.
A financial arrangement designed to reduce tax liability.
A tax reduction that a government gives a business for a particular purpose, usually to create jobs.
Subject to tax.
Somebody who works well within a team.
Collaboration by a group of people to achieve a common purpose.
Electronic banking carried out by using a telephone line to communicate with a bank.
to work without leaving your home by using telephone lines to carry data between your home and your employer's place of business.
Marketing goods or services directly to the consumer via the telephone.
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A research technique in which members of the public are asked a series of questions on the telephone
To make or submit a bid to undertake work or supply goods at a stated price. A tender is usually submitted in response to an invitation to bid for a work contract in competition with other suppliers.
The conditions concerning payment for a purchase.
A ratio to determine whether the conditions under which a country conducts its trade are favorable or unfavorable
The use of a small-scale version of a marketing plan, usually in a restricted area or with a small group, to test marketing strategy for a new product.
An organization or group of experts researching and advising on issues of society, science, technology, industry, or business.
Time management refers to the ability to properly plan and use time in order to promote efficiency and productivity. Instead of actually managing time itself, the term refers to the management of activities and processes that occur during a general or specified period of time.
A condition imposed by a government to limit free exchange of goods internationally.
Permission to buy from suppliers on open account.
A commercial exhibition designed to bring together buyers and sellers from a particular market sector.
An identifiable mark on a product that may be a symbol, words, or both, that connects the product to the trader or producer of that product.
Immediately. an agreement in which a contractor designs, constructs, and manages a project until it is ready to be handed over to the client and operation can begin he conditions concerning payment for a purchase
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