In theory but I have never heard of it happening. The bank will always add fees and charges that far outstrips the residual value of your car.
an unincorporated business owned by a single person who is responsible for its liabilities and entitled to its profits
It depends on what you mean. Could you rephrase the question?
check a shares website it could tell you company profits, shares and debts!
The partner does not have a right to receive dividends until it has been determined that there were profits on the capital.
A partner who takes no share in the active business of a company or partnership, but is entitled to a share of the profits, and subject to a share in losses
A sole trader is a person who is the single owner of a business, entitled to keep profits after tax, but is liable for all losses.
Mostly anyone in the state of California made the hugest profits since they were the ones that were closest, but there is a wide variety of people who made huge profits from the gold rush.
Absolutely not, they are the world leader in small engines in both the USA and global markets. They consistently show strong profits and manufacture an outstanding product.
Tax debt refers to the tax paid on the amount of debt the company has outstanding still. This varies significantly by company and non-profits do not pay tax.
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greater then economic profits,as accounting profits do not include implicit costs
SmartShop's profits have been growing at 5% per year. This year their profits were approximately $500,000. What were their profits last year?
To plough back profits is to reinvest the profits into future business activities. To plough back profits is the alternative to distributing profits. Distributing profits is done by paying shareholders dividends. A company may decide to pay a proportion of profits as dividend and to reinvest (plough back) the remainder.
The company's profits decreased by 12%
The answer depends on the period for which the old profits are required.
Profits = revenues - expenses
The Profits of Religion was created in 1917.
Also referred to as paper profits. They are profits that appear on you P&L. Whether they are real or not is a different topic.
Profits - Expense = Savings and Investment Profits keep a business going as long is it is more than expense.
yes it is
That depends on lots of factors. If she is the executor of the estate , and the house is not explicitly addressed in a will, she can sell it and distribute the proceeds according to the will. You can always contest the actions of the executor. If she was left the house by terms of a will, you are not entitled to any of the proceeds. If you and she were left the house together, then you are entitled to a portion of the proceeds, and to a say in whether or not the house is sold in the first place.
In 2009, revenues of $22.7 billion and profits of $6.8 billion.