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DICCIONARIO Action: title value representing each party is considered the capital of a corporation Active range of goods and property rights of the company can be valued in money Acts of trade: trade by the company Amortization: gradual and proportional decrease in deferred assets and liabilities corresponding to the value caused Financial analysis further step taken to measure and compare the various elements of financial statements we in a company Tonnage: count of existing cash
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  DICCIONARIO Action: title value representing each party is considered the capital of a corporation Active range of goods and property rights of the company can be valued in money Acts of trade: trade by the company Amortization: gradual and proportional decrease in deferred assets and liabilities corresponding to the value caused Financial analysis further step taken to measure and compare the various elements of financial statements we in a company Tonnage: count of existing cash on hand Accounting entry: entry in the accounting records of any commercial operation by a company Seat adjustment: Registration required to update the balance of an account and submit their true worth at the end of an accounting period Balance sheet statement of financial position of a company at a given date includes the assets, liabilities and equity Capital: funds from the merchant to your business Accounting Cycle: a set of annotations for a given period Merchant: a person who professionally deals any activity that the law regards commercial Proof: support a commercial operation serving for posting it Accounting: science that allows the registration and control of the business operations of an enterprise for economic financial situation Cost: represents the investment required to produce or acquire for sale Account: name used for the orderly registration and free operation Cheque value representing a title given by the account holder against a drawer bank to pay a certain sum to the bearer by Depreciation: a decrease of fixed assets (property, plant and equipment) caused by obsolescence Deferred: amount charged in advance as they eventually cause Accounting Equation: also called patrimonial equation formula: Assets = Liabilities + Equity Liabilities = assets - assets Equity = active -pasivo Company: entity organized to develop an activity and profit Financial Statements: Report on financial position as most important balance sheet profit and loss Invoice: accounting support prepared by the vendor in which the merchandise value and detailed Gain difference between sales and income or costs or expenses Expense: outlay required for the development of commercial activity  Tax: Compulsory contributions of individuals required by the government to cover public expenditure Insolvency: inability to cover timely debts VAT: value added tax on the sale and goods BoE promise to pay by a certain date a person Ledger: book where commercial transactions are recorded Liquidity: The ability of a company to pay its short-term debts in a timely manner Salary: detailed account for paying workers Debit Note: support accounting records the increase in the value of invoices Credit Note: support accounting records fertilizers and discounts Commercial Operation: act of commerce Liabilities: are the obligations or debts Heritage: the difference between assets and liabilities Budget: control statistics to project results Also try: person to whom the company buys Provision: intended to cover expenses or lost value Cash receipt: proof that records cash receipts Receipt of entry: Evidence of bank deposits Book: undistributed profit retaining to anticipate potential future losses Salary: Remuneration paid to an employee for services rendered Support: Evidence of accounting Surplus: difference between income and expenses Title value: used as payment or guarantee Income: income, profit or gain Maturity: the date on which it must pay or collect a debt INGLES COMPARATIVO: Establece la relación o comparación entre dos cosas; SUPERLATIVO: Denota el más alto grado de una cualidad. COMPARISON: Set the relationship or comparison between two things; SUPERLATIVO: Denotes the highest degree of a quality. Los superlativos y comparativos se utilizan con adjetivos Los comparativos se utilizan de la siguiente manera. Si el adjetivo es corto... por ejemplo tall ... le agrego er y queda taller. Por ejemplo Pedro is taller than Susi. si el adjetivo es largo le agrego more adelante y queda Pedro is more famous than Maradona.  Hay comparativos irregulares y son tres... good, el comparativo es better. He is better than Tom, bad, el comparativo es worse. He is worse than Maradona y el último es far, cuyo comparativo es further. Argentina is further than China Los superlativos tienen una regla parecida. si el adjetivo es corto le agrego est al final. Pedro is the tallest boy. si el adjetivo es largo, escribo the most más el adjetivo. Pedro is the most famous man. los irregulares también son good (superlativo the best), bad( superlativo the worst) y far (superlativo the furthest) Pele is the best footballer Traducción Los comparativos sí utilizan de la siguiente Manera. Si el adjetivo es corto ... EJEMPLO Por tall ... le agrego er y fits más alto. Por EJEMPLO Pedro es más alto que Susi. si el adjetivo es Largo le agrego más Adelante y fits Pedro es más famoso que Maradona. Heno comparativos Irregulares tres Son y ... bueno, el comparative it mejor. Él es mejor que Tom, malo, el comparative it peor. Él es peor que Maradona y el ultimo es el momento, Cuyo comparative es OTROS. Argentina es más que el de China Los superlativos Una Tienen parecida Regla. si el adjetivo es corto le agrego est al final. Pedro es el chico más alto. si el adjetivo es largo, Escribo el más Mas El adjetivo. Pedro es el hombre más famoso. los Irregulares hijo Also bueno (superlativo la mejor), mal (superlativo lo peor) y el momento (Superlativo el más lejano) Pelé es el mejor futbolista el impuesto a las riquezas es el mas grande impuesto el iva es importante para la DIAN la cooperativa financiar es mas interesante que la cooperativa finastol el banco wwb es mas lujoso que el banco de occidente TRADUCCION wealth tax is the largest tax vat is important for DIAN cooperative finance is more interesting than the cooperative finastol the wwb bank is more luxurious than the West Bank
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