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  • 1unit profit — or loss The profit attributable to one unit of production. See unit cost …

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  • 2Profit center — Profit Centers are parts of a Corporation that directly add to its Profit.Managers are held accountable for both revenues, and costs (expenses), and therefore, profits.Usually the different profit centers are separated for Accounting purposes so… …

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  • 3Profit maximization — In economics, profit maximization is the process by which a firm determines the price and output level that returns the greatest profit. There are several approaches to this problem. The total revenue total cost method relies on the fact that… …

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  • 4Unit 4 Agresso — Infobox Company company name = Unit 4 Agresso company company type = Public foundation = 1980 location = Sliedrecht, The Netherlands key people = Chris Ouwinga (CEO) industry = Information Technology products = ERP suites, Internet Security… …

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  • 5unit — More than one class of securities traded together ( e.g., one common share and three subscription warrants ). Bloomberg Financial Dictionary Securities representing a portion of assets pooled by investors: run by a management company whose share… …

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  • 6Unit trust — A unit trust is a form of collective investment constituted under a trust deed.Found in Australia, Ireland, the Isle of Man, Jersey, New Zealand, South Africa, Singapore [Lee, Boon Keng and Ong, Andy. Personal Financial Planning in Singapore. INS …

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  • 7Unit of account — A unit of account is a standard monetary unit of measurement of value/cost of goods, services, or assets. It is one of three well known functions of money. It lends meaning to profits, losses, liability, or assets. The accounting monetary unit of …

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  • 8unit — 1. noun a) A standard measure of a quantity. The centimetre is a unit of length. b) An organized group comprising people and/or equipment. He was a member of a special police unit. Syn: identity element, unit element …

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  • 9profit centre — / prɒfɪt ˌsentə/ noun 1. a person or department that is considered separately for the purposes of calculating a profit ● We count the kitchen equipment division as a single profit centre. 2. a person, unit, or department within an organisation… …

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  • 10unit standard operating profit — The standard operating profit, expressed as a rate per unit of production or sales …

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  • 11unit standard operating profit — The standard operating profit, expressed as a rate per unit of production or sales …

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  • 12unit of production — The unit of production method of determining the taxable net income or profit in the oil or gas business is accomplished by a system of accounting by which is ascertained, as nearly as science will permit, the total amount of recoverable oil in… …

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  • 13Profit impact of marketing strategy — The Profit Impact of Market Strategy (PIMS) database yields solid evidence in support of both common sense and counter intuitive principles for gaining and sustaining competitive advantage : Tom Peters and Nancy Austin. It was developed with the… …

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  • 14unit assessment — A separate assessment for taxation of parts or parcels of land belonging to the same owner. 51 Am J1st Tax § 686. The assessment for taxation of the property of transportation and communication companies owning, or operating upon, it continuous… …

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  • 15profit on manufacture — production profit The margin obtained when manufactured items or finished goods are transferred from the factory at a price in excess of the cost of production. The technique is used in organizations wishing to submit the production departments… …

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  • 16profit centre — / prɒfɪt ˌsentə/ noun a person, unit or department within an organisation which is considered separately for the purposes of calculating a profit ● We count the kitchen equipment division as a single profit centre …

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  • 17profit center — An activity, unit, or individual within an organization with which *income can be identified. Compare *cost center …

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  • 18Cost-Volume-Profit Analysis — Cost Volume profit (CVP), in managerial economics is a form of cost accounting. It is a simplified model, useful for elementary instruction and for short run decisions. Cost volume profit (CVP) analysis expands the use of information provided by… …

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  • 19Tendency of the rate of profit to fall — The tendency of the rate of profit to fall (TRPF) is a hypothesis in economics and political economy, most famously expounded by Karl Marx in chapter 13 of Das Kapital Vol. 3. It was generally accepted in the 19th century. Economists as diverse… …

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  • 20The Innovation Unit — is a not for profit organisation that was set up in 2002 in England after the Education Act 2002, and serves as a catalyst for innovation and improvement in education. It draws on a wide range of expertise from both the public and private sectors …

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