Computers Aided Design.
The matter admits of no further arguments.
Computers Aided instruction.
A risk which has been undertaken after careful consideration has been given to the likely outcome.
Call account :
A bank account which usually pays a higher rate of interest from which investors can make instant withdrawals.
Usually applies to bonds or convertible securities which can be bought back at an agreed price before maturity by the company or government which sold them.
Call risk :
The risk that bonds will be redeemed before maturity. This possibility increases during periods of falling interest rates.
Computers adied manifesting.
Cap and collar :
The upper and lower limits of interest rates on a loan usually fixed for a specific period of time.
Capacity to listen :
The supervisor must have the capacity to listen to what others say. This may be necessary to obtain information solve problems share experiences and so on.
Capacity to pay :
Large fast growing and diversified companies generally pay higher remuneration is to their executives than small and stagnant .
Capital allowances :
Money spent by a company on fixed assets, such as buildings, vehicles, machinery, which is dedicated from its profits before tax is calculated.
Captial assed pricing model ( CAPM) :
Model of the securities markets based on portfolio analysis.
Capital is the owners financial interest (or) holding in the business.
Capital employed :
The total of investment made in a business.
It consist of expenditure the benefit of which is not fully consumed in one period but spread over several periods.
Capital flight :
The sudden movement of money from one country or investment to another in order to reduce risk,such as high information,or to increase profits.
Capital fund :
A term something applied to the capital account of a non profit making organisation.
Capital gains tax :
Tax payable on profits made on the sale of certain types of assets by a company or individual.
Capital markets :
It is the market for borrowing and learning long term capital funds required by business.
Capital outlay :
Money which is spent for the acquisition of assets, such as land, buildings, vehicles, machinery.
Capital structure :
The composition of an enterprise sources of funds especially long term.
See capital expenditure.
convert income into financial capital.
Card reader :
Reflector mechanical device that reads data from a sequence of paper cards.
Career anchor :
The basic drive that give the urge take up a certain type of career.
Career counseling :
Guided and advising people on their possible career paths and what they must do to achieve promotion.
Career development :
The personal movement an individual makes to achieve his career plan.
Career goals :
The future position one strives to reach part of a career.
Cash at bank :
The amount that a enterprise has in a bank account.
Cash book :
A book of account containing a record of cash peceipts and payment.
Cash budget :
An estimate of cash receipts and disbursements during a future period of time.
Cash call :
A request by a company to its shareholders torinvest more money.
Cash cow :
A steady dependable source of income which provides money for the rest of a business.
Cash discount :
A discount receivable or allowable on payment of on invoice within an agreed period.