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  • Negative cash flow When spending in a business is greater than earnings.

  • Net after-tax gain Capital gain after income taxes have been paid.

  • Net assets Difference between total assets and current liabilities and non-capitalized long-term liabilities.

  • Net cash balance The beginning cash balance plus cash receipts minus cash disbursements.

  • Net current assets Difference between current assets and current liabilities, which is also known as working capital.

  • Net income A company's total earnings, reflecting revenues adjusted for costs of doing business, depreciation, interest, taxes and other expenses.

  • Net lease A lease under which the lessee is responsible for all property taxes, insurance, maintenance expenses, and other costs associated with keeping the asset in good working condition.

  • Net operating losses Any losses that a company can take advantage of to reduce taxes.

  • Net operating margin Ratio of net operating income to net sales.

  • Network Marketing A business in which a distributor network is needed to build the business.

  • Net proceeds The amount received from the sale of an asset after deducting all transaction costs.

  • Net profit margin Net income divided by sales; the amount of each sales dollar left over after all expenses have been paid.

  • Net sales Gross sales less returns and allowances, freight out, and cash discounts allowed.

  • Nominal income Income that has not been adjusted for inflation and decreasing purchasing power.

  • Nominal interest rate The interest rate unadjusted for inflation.

  • Noncash charge The cost, such as depreciation, depletion, and amortization, that does not involve any cash outflow.

  • Non-compete A provision in a number of employment contracts that prohibits an employee from working for a competing employer for a specified number of years after the employee leaves.

  • Non-NotificationA type of factoring where the customer or account debtor is unaware of the factor purchasing the client invoice. .The factor makes contact under the client company name.

  • Non-Recourse Factoring Factoring where the risk of customer repayment is assumed by the factor. Factoring fees are often higher for this form of factoring and the client is still responsible for performance-related responsibilities relative to the quality of the products and/or services provided.

  • Nondisclosure agreement Ensure that proprietary information that is disclosed by one party will be kept secret by another party, which is often the only method to ensure that employees keep trade secrets, allowing both parties to acknowledge that confidentiality exists.

  • Normalized earnings Earnings that have been adjusted to take into account the effect of cycles in the economy.


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