The jurisdiction in which a company is considered to have its real management and control, impacting tax residency.
The interest rate offered to a bank's most creditworthy borrowers, often used as a benchmark for lending rates throughout the economy.
The interest rate offered to a bank's most creditworthy customers, commonly used as a benchmark for various lending rates.
The distribution of profits among related entities in accordance with the arm's length principle for transfer pricing.
A transfer pricing method for sharing profits between related entities based on their contributions to a transaction.
A document provided to employees that outlines their earnings & deductions for a specific pay period.
The process of calculating and disbursing employee wages and salaries.
The specialized accounting process for recording and managing payroll transactions.
Documents and records related to employee compensation and payroll processing.
A daily allowance or rate paid to employees or travelers to cover expenses.
A method of tracking inventory levels in real-time as items are bought and sold.
A small amount of cash kept on hand for minor expenses and emergencies.
Fraudulent attempts to trick individuals or organizations into revealing sensitive information, often via email.
A presentation used by businesses to attract investors or showcase their business ideas.
The inflow or outflow of cash into or from a business or investment.
The process by which Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans can be forgiven if specific criteria are met.
A financial ratio that compares a company's market value to its cash flow.
A correction made to financial statements to reflect errors from a previous accounting period.
The legal relationship or connection between parties, often related to contractual obligations.
The positive financial gain resulting from revenue exceeding expenses.
Another term for an income statement, which summarizes a company's financial performance.
A percentage that represents the proportion of profit relative to total revenue.
A tax system in which the tax rate increases as income levels rise.