The official rate for a currency without adjusting for inflation, providing a straightforward value of one currency concerning another.
An Indian citizen living abroad, often subject to specific financial and remittance regulations.
The transfer of money by non-resident Indians to their home country, often involving compliance with specific regulations.
A metric subscription-based businesses use to measure revenue retention from existing customers.
A measure of a property's profitability, often used in real estate investment analysis.
A percentage that represents the proportion of net profit relative to total revenue.
Assets that are not expected to be converted into cash within one year, such as property and equipment.
Obligations that are not expected to be settled within one year, such as long-term loans.
The specialized accounting and financial management practices non-profit organizations use.
A check that cannot be cashed because the issuer's bank account needs more funds.
A cash management technique that consolidates balances across multiple bank accounts for calculation purposes.