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Bad Debt vs Doubtful Debt   Bad debts and doubtful debts are terms used to refer to money that has been owed to a business, by its customers, who have obtained the goods and services prior to paying a price. The amount owed is expected to be paid within a given period, and depending on the time taken to repay... 
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Bankruptcy vs Foreclosure   An individual burdened with higher debt levels and a shortage of funds to repay debts maybe faced with bankruptcy or foreclosure. They are different from each other, because the implications to the defaulting party of either are very different. However, many people get easily confused... 
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Current Yield vs Yield to Maturity   A bond is a form of a debt security that is traded in the market and has many characteristics, maturities, risk and return levels. A typical bondholder (lender) will be entitled to an interest rate from the borrower. This interest is known as a ‘yield’ and is received... 
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Securities vs Stocks   An individual wishing to invest his excess funds may select between a number of financial assets in which to invest in. These financial instruments are of different types, characteristics, maturities, risk and return levels. The article below shows a clear picture of what it meant by... 
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FIFO vs LIFO   It is essential for a firm to keep count of the stock that is being purchased and sold in order to observe and determine the cost of inventory for the period. The calculation of this inventory cost can be done in a number of ways; two of the methods have been discussed in this article. It is... 
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Account Payable vs Note Payable (Promissory Notes)   Companies and individuals may not always possess the funds or resources to carry out business operations. In such instances, it is common practice to obtain a form of credit from banks, suppliers, and other lenders in order to fill up the necessary gap in funding.... 
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Grant vs Loan   Grants and loans are very important resources of finance for students going in for higher studies because of high costs involved with them. These are also sources for funding governmental or private projects by financial institutions in a country. In the modern world, there are grants and... 
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Dividends vs Earnings Per Share | EPS vs Dividend   Earnings per share and dividends per share are both financial ratios that a firm calculates in order to obtain an understanding regarding the stock’s future prospects for its shareholders. Earnings per share and dividends per share are easily confused by many.... 
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Basic Earnings Per Share vs Diluted Earnings Per Share | Basic EPS vs Diluted EPS   Earnings per share is a calculation conducted in order to find the earnings that a company obtains as per the number of outstanding shares held. Earnings per share and diluted earnings per share are easily confused by many due to... 
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Strata vs Torrens Title   Buying a property is a very important decision in life especially to ensure the future of your family. When you are buying an apartment or a flat, it is necessary to check the title that you will get upon buying the property to make sure that your investment is a secure one. In Australia... 
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Strata vs Stratum   Strata and stratum are special titles introduced by the government of Australia and later adopted by several other countries when it comes to ownership in apartments or flats. There is much overlapping in these two special types of titles that causes confusion in the minds for the people.... 
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Investment Property vs Second Home   The proverbial Great American Dream has undergone lots of changes in the last few decades and from the humble beginnings where a TV set was considered an absolute must in a household, the situation today is one of buying a second house after buying a primary residence.... 
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Accounting Profit vs Economic Profit   Profit, as known to many of us is the excess of income over the expenses incurred. When a sole trader sells a pair of shoes for $10 that cost $3 to produce, many would say that he earned a profit of $7. However, this may not be the case always, as there are different definitions... 
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Accounting Policies vs Accounting Estimates   The preparation of a company’s financial statements is of great importance in determining the firm’s financial stability and in understanding the firm’s ability to operate in the future without facing liquidity issues. Financial statements of the firm which... 
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Salary vs Income   Any individual requires some form of inflow of funds in order to purchase the goods and services that can satisfy their needs. Salary and income share common properties in that they are both forms of monetary inflows of funds that are received by an individual. The two are different from... 
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Financial vs Operational Auditing   Auditing is a systematic examination and verification of works or records by professionally qualified people, known as auditors, to make an independent opinion that the work done is fairly good and well on the track, as laid by professional bodies and the government, to... 
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