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Weegy: welcome User: ur answers are amazing Weegy: thanks User: i cudnt find anywhre.....again thanks you helping me... Weegy: You are welcome User: plz help me more....give me answers some more questions Weegy: ok, ask User: What are the various types of leases? What is the difference in hire purchase and consumer credit? Weegy: The type of lease you select should match your equipment needs, business goals and cash flow requirements. For example, some lessees need one piece of equipment that requires a single contract. [ Other companies may continually acquire equipment and exercise a master lease that allows them to acquire many items within a single lease and avoids executing a new contract with every acquisition. The most common types of leases are operating leases and finance leases. * Operating Lease. An operating lease is particularly attractive to companies that continually update or replace equipment. They want to use equipment without ownership, but also want to return equipment at lease-end and avoid technological obsolescence. An operating lease usually results in the lowest payment of any financing alternative and is an excellent strategy for bypassing capital budgeting restraints. It is typically qualifies for off-balance sheet treatment and can result in improved Return On Asset (ROA) due to a lower asset base. It can also result in higher reported earnings in the early years of the lease. * Finance Lease. A finance lease is a full-payout, non-cancelable agreement, in which the lessee is responsible for maintenance, taxes and insurance. Finance leases are most attractive in cases where the lessee wants the tax benefits of ownership or expects the equipment's residual value to be high. These leases are structured as equipment financing agreements with residuals up to 10 percent. The lessee purchases the equipment upon lease termination at a pre-agreed amount. The term of a finance lease tends to be longer, ... (More)
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2. What are the various aspects of project appraisal? Describe the process and different types of project appraisals
Weegy: Aspects of project appraisal: • Economic Aspects • Technical Aspects •Organisational Aspects •Managerial Aspects •Financial [ Aspects •Market/Commercial Aspect There are two types of project appraisals; • Economic appraisal; which consists of Cost-benefit analysis, Cost-effectiveness analysis and Scoring and weighting • Multi-criteria analysis ] (More)
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and what is Securitization? User: What is Venture Capital? What are the various stages of financing offered and factors to be taken into account in order to attract Venture Capital?
Weegy: Venture capital is financial capital provided to early-stage, high-potential, high risk, growth startup companies. These are also the factors you need to consider. Please rate if you are satisfied with the answer. Thank you. User: answer is ok...bt also answer my rest of question..... Weegy: Venture capitalists typically assist at four stages in the company's development: Idea generation; Start-up; Ramp up; and Exit. I hope this helps. User: this answer are too short......its dsnt help Weegy: My sincere apology. [ There are typically six stages of venture round financing offered in Venture Capital, that roughly correspond to these stages of a company's development. Seed Money: Low level financing needed to prove a new idea (Often provided by "angel investors") Start-up: Early stage firms that need funding for expenses associated with marketing and product development First-Round (Series A round): Early sales and manufacturing funds Second-Round: Working capital for early stage companies that are selling product, but not yet turning a profit Third-Round: Also called Mezzanine financing, this is expansion money for a newly profitable company Fourth-Round: Also called bridge financing, 4th round is intended to finance the "going public" process ] (More)
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What is a mutual fund? Describe various types of mutual funds. Also describe about organization, management and regulation of mutual funds.
Weegy: A Mutual Fund is an investment company that pools the funds of many individual and institutional investors to form a massive asset base. [ The assets are then entrusted to a full time professional fund manager who develops and maintains a diversified portfolio of security investments. People who buy shares of a mutual fund are its owners or shareholders. Their purchases provide the money for a mutual fund to buy securities such as stocks and bonds. A mutual can make money from its securities investments in two ways: a security can pay dividends and interest to the fund, or a security can rise in value. The fund passes any dividends, interest or profits on the sale of its portfolio securities, less fund expenses, to shareholders in the form of distributions. Examples include open-end funds, closed-end funds, unit investment trusts and exchange-traded funds. These are some of the basic types of mutual funds. I do not quite understand what you mean by organization, management and regulation as this may differ from one company or country to the other. ] (More)
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What is Venture Capital? What are the various stages of financing offered and factors to be taken into account in order to attract Venture Capital?
Weegy: Venture capital investment is one of the few ways to get large scale funding for a risky startup company. [ Even the most seasoned teams with the soundest of business plans need to play their game smartly to attract venture capital firms, not just to secure the funding but to get the money at a low cost. Venture capitalists typically assist at four stages in the company's development: Idea generation; Start-up; Ramp up; and Exit. If you are trying to attract venture capital follow these few steps. Network for your company. The first and one of the most important steps in attracting venture capital is doing a lot of business networking. This is crucial to seed the name and idea of your company in people's minds so that you can start to build some buzz. Also, collecting business cards is a sure-fire way of beginning a path that will lead you to venture capital firms. Build your team. One of the first things venture capitalists look for is an experienced team that has some business battle scars to prove their worth. Putting together a diverse team and then polishing its credentials is a great way to attract some venture capital. The combined networks of the team members further develops the crucial buzz that eventually leads to venture capital investment. Polish your presentation. You must have a smooth, sophisticated presentation that clearly answers all possible questions and preempts challenges with good solutions to bring venture capitalists to the next step. Show your presentation to as many business associates as possible and continue to modify it until it is bringing smiles to the faces of sometimes stern venture capital representatives. Get some media. Getting a little bit of media coverage, both in the mainstream media and in alternative online outlets, goes a long way in attracting venture capital. If your business is tech-related, for example, do all you can to get to a high profile tech review site like TechCrunch. Otherwise, use press ... (More)
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