Organizations providing various financial services, such as banks, credit unions, and investment firms.
A document that provides information about incoming foreign remittances, essential for regulatory compliance and record-keeping by financial institutions.
A document confirming the receipt of foreign funds into an individual's or business's bank account, serving as evidence of foreign fund inflow.
A standard rate used as a reference in the forex market, often employed as a benchmark for evaluating currency exchange rates.
Commissions and charges imposed by brokers or intermediaries for executing forex trades on behalf of clients.
The global marketplace for trading and exchanging currencies, encompassing various participants and transactions.
Rules governing the foreign exchange market, designed to ensure transparency and market stability.
The documentation and reporting of foreign exchange transactions, ensuring compliance with regulatory requirements and transparency.
A reporting form used in India to provide information on transfer pricing and international transactions.
Evaluation of the functions, assets, and risks undertaken by related entities in intercompany transactions.
An additional charge or fee imposed by financial institutions or currency exchange services on top of the base exchange rate when converting currencies.
The value at which one currency can be exchanged for another in the currency exchange market.
A U.S. law that mandates the collection of Social Security & Medicare taxes from employees and employers.
The speciality of accounting that focuses on recording, summarising, and reporting a company's financial transactions.
A company's financial impact or presence in a specific market or industry.
The process of planning, controlling, and optimizing a company's financial resources.
The process of disclosing a company's financial information to stakeholders, typically through financial statements.
Reports that provide a snapshot of a company's financial position and performance, including the balance sheet and income statement.
A 12-month accounting period businesses and organizations use for financial reporting and tax purposes.
Long-term assets like buildings and equipment used in business operations.
Costs that do not vary with the level of production or sales, such as rent and salaries.
A tax system in which all businesses pay the same percentage as corporate tax.
The delay in time when a payment is initiated and when it is cleared and actually settled.
Strategies used to mitigate the risk of currency exchange rate fluctuations in international business transactions.
Tax rules that allow U.S. citizens and residents to exclude certain foreign-earned income from their taxable income.
The process of reclaiming value-added tax (VAT) paid on business expenses in foreign countries.
The use of accounting and investigative techniques to uncover financial fraud or irregularities.
Companies use a Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) filing to raise capital through private placements.
A registration statement filed with the SEC by companies planning to go public and offer their securities to the public.
The cash generated by a corporation after accounting for capital expenditures and operating expenses.