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VŠE 2AJ20X (angličtina)

Vítejte na stránce, která by Vám měla pomoci při učení ekonomických definicí v angličtině a tzv. "word building". Definice jsou opsány z nové učebnice pro VŠE kurz 2AJ20X. Jestliže v textech nebo na stránkách najdete jakékoliv chyby - stačí když mi je napíšete na info@stencek.com.

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Word-building

Glossary: unit16

assets not having physical existence (goodwill, licence, trademark, etc.)
(see Income statement) - a financial statement summarising a firm´s trading performance over the past year
revenue minus cost of sales
the sums owed to a firm by its customers
(see Net income) - the excess income of a firm after everything has been paid for
all the legal claims that non-owners hold against a particular firm
an agreement to borrow money, esp. so as to buy a house, and pay interest on it to the lender over a period of years
a financial statement summarising net cash flow from operating, investing, and financing activities
the difference between total assets and total liabilities (the amount of money accruing to owners of a firm in the event of liquidation)
unpaid bills of a company to its customers
costs applicable to general, administrative, and selling activities of a business
amounts owed in dollars (or other currencies) or services due within one year
a financial statement summarising a firm´s trading performance over the past year
(see Gross profit) - revenue minus cost of sales
products a firm has for sale
income from trading activities
the excess income of a firm after everything has been paid for
(see Net worth) - the difference between total assets and total liabilities (the amount of money accruing to owners of a firm in the event of liquidation)
a system of recording business transactions by debits and credits that are of equal dollar (or other currency) amounts
a financial statement summarising what a firm owns and what it owes at a given point in time
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