In business, financial accounting refers to the act of recording a company’s financial transactions, which are typically examined by investment banking analysts and shareholders of public corporations. A separate practice known as managerial accounting refers to the discipline of record-keeping with an eye towards budgeting and performance measurement, typically conductedContinue Reading


When a company wants to purchase outstanding stock from shareholders, it has two options; it can redeem or repurchase the shares. Why Purchase Back Shares? The reason corporations sell stock to the public is to raise money. Corporations sell stock for the first time to the public via an initial publicContinue Reading


If you ask most homeowners about their property taxes, they’ll likely tell you they pay too much. Property taxes are real estate taxes calculated by local governments and paid by homeowners. They are considered ad valorem, which means they are assessed according to the value of your property. Revenue generatedContinue Reading