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Gross Profit vs Gross Margin   Companies record financial information about their business activities in order to assess the financial position of the firm. A range of numbers and values are calculated for this purpose, which include the calculation of the company’s gross profit and gross margin. Close attention... 
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Central Bank vs Commercial Bank   Commercial banks and central bank are important parts of the country’s overall economy. While commercial banks offer products and services to businesses and individuals, the country’s central bank will offer products and services to the government and other commercial... 
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Payroll Tax vs Income Tax   Taxes are widely known as financial levies that are paid to the government by individuals who are known to receive monetary inflows from their salaries, wages, and profits made from assets. Taxes are usually forcefully obtained; in the sense, no person will willingly pay taxes,... 
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Yield vs Coupon   Yield and Coupon are terms that are associated with the purchase of bonds. These terms are quite different to each other, even though many have confused them to have a similar meaning. A yield on a bond is the percentage return that is earned on the bond in terms of the price paid and the interest... 
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Cartel vs Monopoly   A free market economy is an economy in which all firms will have equal opportunities for fair trade of goods and services. Such economies experience higher competition within their various industries which result in better quality products and lower prices. However, there are instances... 
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Operating Profit vs Net Profit   Net profit and operating profit are two important components in the study of accounting. Both sound very similar to each other and are, therefore, consistently confused to mean the same thing. One of the main similarities between the two is that they both appear in a firm’s... 
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Direct vs Indirect Costs   Companies experience a number of expenses in their day to day business activities. Some of these expenses can be directly associated with the production of goods and services while some of the expenses cannot be directly related to any product or project in particular. These costs... 
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Money vs Currency   Money and currency are two terms that are so closely related to one another that there almost seems to be no difference between the two. Many have confused the fact that money and currency refer to the same thing, and are, therefore, used interchangeably in many contexts. There are, however,... 
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Comprehensive vs Collision (Insurance)   Comprehensive and collision coverage are two terms that frequently surface when discussing auto insurance. Comprehensive coverage and collision coverage help protect the vehicle against losses and damages that may arise from vehicle usage. While neither of the two... 
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Domestic vs International Business   Trade is the buying and selling of goods and services. Trade may occur within domestic borders or among countries internationally. In today’s modern world companies generally trade in local and international markets so as to increase the market size to which products and services... 
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American vs European Options   Options are financial derivatives that obtain their value from an underlying asset. Options give the buyer of the option the right but not the obligation to buy or sell a financial asset at an agreed on price on a predetermined date. There are two different types of options... 
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Nifty vs Sensex   The Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) and National Stock Exchange (NSE) are two of the most prominent stock exchanges in India, in which majority of the country’s equity trades are conducted. Sensex is a stock index that is used by the BSE, and Nifty is one of the indexes that are used by the... 
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Condition vs Warranty   Companies frequently conduct business transactions with consumers and other firms. In order to conduct transactions in a safe manner it is important to write up a contract for sale of goods which will lay out the terms, conditions, rights, and legal implications that surround the sale.... 
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Preferred Stock vs Common Stock   Public corporations gain capital by selling stock to the public. When an investor purchases the company’s stock they are investing their funds in the company and will become one of the many stockholders of the firm. Both common stock and preferred stock represent a claim... 
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NASDAQ vs NYSE   Stock markets are exchanges on which securities are traded among buyers and sellers. There are a number of stock markets that operate around the world, out of which the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) and NASDAQ are two prominent stock markets in the United States. Both these exchanges oversee a... 
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Mitigation vs Contingency   Risk management is defined as the identification, assessment, and prioritization of risks or the effect of uncertainty in investment decision making. It is very important to manage risk to avoid unbearable losses or bankruptcy. Mitigation and contingency are two strategies that... 
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