Does loaning shares in a short sale transaction derive any benefit other than interest on the loan?
On the surface, being a landlord seems likes like a surefire bet, but it's usually more headache than it's worth.
A life income fund (LIF) is a type of registered retirement income fund (RRIF) offered in Canada that is used to hold pension funds and eventually payout retirement income.
Find out what could be hidden in the often-overlooked footnotes in financial statements.
A diversified fund is a fund that is broadly diversified across multiple market sectors or geographic regions.
Forward pricing is an industry standard for mutual funds developed from Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) regulation that requires investment companies to price fund transactions according to the next net asset value (NAV), known as the forward price.
Dirty surplus items skew net income. Knowing how to account for them gives you a cleaner picture.
Capitalization, in accounting, is when the costs to acquire an asset are expensed over the life of that asset rather than in the period it was incurred.
When one party holds some responsibility for the unlawful or reckless actions of a third party, it is called vicarious liability.
The core means of generating revenue for a business is by appealing to its client base.