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  • What is NPV and how to calculate it?

    The net present value (NPV) is calculated so that we know the present value of an investment, as well as its profitability. The calculation of the net asset value is carried out by updating all the cash flow of an investment to the current value, using a discount rate in the calculation known as...

  • Cash flow: Know what it is, what it is for and how to do it

    What is cash flow? Cash flow is a financial control where all the  cash inflows and outflows of  the company are recorded during a specific time. The importance of cash flow comes from your careful observation. Therefore, the manager can predict surpluses or shortages...

  • SWOT analysis

    What is SWOT? SWOT analysis is a management tool used to assess the  strengths  ,  weaknesses  ,  opportunities,  and  threats  of a scenario. In Portuguese it can also be known as the FOFA matrix. Its object...

  • Balance points

    Economic equilibrium point The economic breakeven point is known by business accounting as the  point at which total sales revenue equals total costs  and the business has no profit or loss. In short, if we consider as an example a business that buys and resells goods and ...

  • Credit titles

    The credit guarantee is a document that contains a credit right and represents the obligation of this debt with the information written on it. The most popular securities are checks, bills of exchange, promissory notes, and promissory notes. How Credit Values ​​Work There are two struc...

  • Fiscal policy

    Fiscal policy, or   fiscal policy , is a type of economic policy in which the government manipulates its income or expenses in an attempt to achieve economic stability. The government uses the charges and expenses it has as control instruments, with the objective that th...

  • What is VAT? Value added tax

    The Value Added Tax (VAT) is a project that aims to  replace and unify the taxes charged to the consumer into a single tax. To be created, a tax reform must be carried out. The idea behind the implementation of this tax is to improve transparency in how products and services are t...

  • Economic liberalism

    Liberalism is an ideology that defends the economy free from government intervention, and the maximum individual freedom to make consumer decisions, through capitalism. It is also an ideology that defends private property. A liberal economy, also known as a market economy, is characterized ...

  • What are the tickets?

    The input is any and all elements directly necessary in a production process. This group includes products used in manufacturing, machinery, energy, and used labor, for example. In English, the tickets are called  tickets  , while the final product is  issued&n...

  • What is capital?

    In the economy, capital is any asset capable of generating a stream of income over time through its application in production. This concept includes not only money itself, but also financial investments, stocks and assets that can be applied to generate wealth, among others. The set of dura...

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