1. The difference between the price of a product or service and the cost of producing it. The price is determined by what customers are willing to pay based on their perceived value. Value is added or created in different ways. 2. The extra features of a product, service, or person that go beyond the standard expectations and provide something more, even if the cost is higher to the client or purchaser. Value-added features give companies a competitive edge and allow them to charge higher prices than their competitors.
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1. Somebody or something that is useful and contributes to the success of something. 2. A property to which a value can be assigned. 3. The property that is owned by a particular person or organization. 4. The property of a person that can be taken by law for the settlement of debts or that forms part of a dead person’s estate. 5. The items on a balance sheet that constitute the total value of an organization.
The gradual reduction of an asset’s value. A non-cash expense, which is often a tax write-off. A person or company may reduce their taxable income by the amount of the depreciation on the asset. Because this is an accounting function, it often has little resemblance to the asset’s useful life. The owner of the asset continues to use it tax-free after its value has been depreciated to nothing.
1. The state or quality of being just and fair. 2. Ownership interest in a corporation, property, or another asset, usually calculated as the value of the holding after subtracting any debt or liabilities. 3. Shares of stock. 4. The value of a brand’s reputation. 5. Representing an ownership interest: an equity stake. 6. Subordinated to all other claims on income, earnings, or assets.
1. The amount of money spent in order to buy or do something. 2. The value of a resource that has been used during the current accounting period and can be charged against revenues for that period. 3. Something that costs money, usually a lot of money, to buy, keep, or run. 4. The using up or loss of something.
The rate at which the general level of prices for goods and services is rising and, consequently, the purchasing power of currency is falling. Central banks attempt to limit inflation and avoid deflation, in order to keep the economy running smoothly. The real value of a unit of currency today is less than it was yesterday due to rising prices.
1. The act or instance of giving one thing and receiving another in its place of unequal value. 2. Whenever an item of value is exchanged for another, or taken without agreement both parties are imbalanced. To ensure an equitable relationship, both parties must be in exchange. 3. When one party takes more space in a dialogue, they are overtaking and the exchange is imbalanced leading to a lessening of affinity, increased resentment and eventually hostility. The party that has taken more often resorts to criticism, suppression or minimization to reduce the imbalance. Many relationships dissolve due to an imbalance in exchange. 4. A person who knowingly takes more than they are in exchange for increases their shame. 5. A person who gives more than they receive becomes resentful and begins to withhold. 6. A person who feels unworthy has difficulty receiving. 7. A person with inadequate havingness will receive but not be able to keep what they receive. They will rapidly find ways to get rid of what they received. 8. Over giving to a person who is out of exchange will turn them into a criminal and they will act more over time consistent with being a criminal. 9 Ensuring all your money, work, relationship and family interactions are in exchange leads to optimum flow in life.
The act of trading an asset or conducting a financial transaction with a significant risk of losing most or all of its value with the expectation of a substantial gain. The risk of loss is more than offset by the possibility of a huge gain, otherwise, there would be very little motivation to speculate. To determine if an activity qualifies as speculative or investing can depend on the nature of the asset, holding period, and the amount of leverage.