8. Language test 2
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finance director

    

a document which states that a named person or company has paid for protection against accidental loss or damage of goods or property

net profit divided by net revenues, often expressed as a percentage; this number is an indication of how effective a company is at cost control

the income that a government or company receives regularly

the person who is responsible for the financial side of running a business

    

tax consultant

    

the person who is responsible for the financial side of running a business

a general, continuous increase in prices

someone who advises you or a company on how to pay less tax

someone who prepares an individual`s (or a company`s) tax return

    

commodity trader

    

money in the form of coins or notes but not cheques or a credit card

a supply of something for use or sale

the money belonging to a company which is immediately available for business use, rather than money it has in investments or property

someone who buys and sells large quantities of goods, especially food products or raw materials

    

accountant

    

someone who prepares an individual`s (or a company`s) tax return

a letter from a bank allowing the person who has it to take a particular amount of money from a bank in another country

a government official who checks that you are paying enough tax

the amount of business that a company does in a period of time

    

tax inspector

    

COD, a transaction in which goods are paid for in full in cash or by certified check immediately when they are received by the buyer

the ability to earn a profit

a government official who checks that you are paying enough tax

a detailed plan describing the future plans of a business

    

stockbroker

    

resource created by the accumulated capital surplus (not revenue surplus) of a firm, such as by an upward revaluation of its assets to reflect their current market value after appreciation

a transaction settled with a cash payment in the amount of profit or loss rather than the physical delivery of a commodity

someone who buys and sells stocks and shares for clients, and charges a commission

cash and other assets (such as accounts receivable, demand and time deposits, gilt edged securities) that can be converted into cash in a short time, with little or no loss in value

    

financial advisor

    

someone who advises people on how to manage their financial affairs

(a part of) the profit of a company that is paid to the people who own shares in it

cash and other assets (such as accounts receivable, demand and time deposits, gilt edged securities) that can be converted into cash in a short time, with little or no loss in value

Value Added Tax

    

market analyst

    

someone who comments on business and share prices in a particular sector of the economy

a forecasted accounting of sales, expenses, and net profit for a given period

a loan taken out on a line of credit or a credit card

it is the main product or service which the business provides

    

insurance broker

    

a large shop where people, usually from another business, can buy large amounts of goods cheaply, taking them away immediately

the person who finds you the best insurance policy at the best price

a balance sheet item which equals the sum of all money owed by a company and due within one year

the person who is responsible for the financial side of running a business

    

bank manager

    

selling price less variable costs divided by volume of production

the person who is responsible for an individual bank

a small amount of money kept in an office for buying small things that are needed

price/earnings ratio

    
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