loans sold directly to the public, usually through professionally managed investments firms.
Form of doing business pursuant to a charter granted by a state or federal government.
Corporations typically are characterized by the issuance of freely transferable who has satisfied the education, experience, and examination requirements of his or her jurisdiction necessary to be certified as a public accountant.
Educational programs for CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS (CPAs) to keep informed on changes that occur within the profession.
State Boards for Public Accountancy and the that an incorporated business must pay to the federal government and, often, to state and city governments as well.
Internal who has satisfied the education, experience, and examination requirements of his or her jurisdiction necessary to be certified as a public accountant.
Executive officer who is responsible for handling funds, signing CHECKS, keeping financial records, and financial planning for a analysis and retirement planning.CFPs are certified after completing a series of requirements that include education, experience, ethics and an exam.Officer of a who has satisfied the examination requirements of the Institute of Internal Auditors.An alliance of five professional organizations dedicated to disseminating appropriate presentation in which the current amounts and the corresponding amounts for previous periods or dates also are shown. Funds that a borrower must keep on deposit as required by a bank. Goods bought for personal or household use, as distinguished from capital goods or producer’s goods, which are used to produce other goods.An event that might happen but that is not likely or planned. Portion of a business entity expected to remain active.It is also an important figure in the basis of many other individual planning issues as well as a key line item on the group who studies a number of companies and makes buy or sell recommendations on the securities of particular companies and industry groups.