Cost of giving up a cash discount

• The implied rate of interest paid to delay payment of an account payable for an additional number of days.


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Back discount rate
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Bank discount basis
Bankruptcy cost view
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Bottom up approach to investing
Bottom up equity management style
Break even analysis cost volume profit analysis
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Capital cost allowance
Cash account
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Cash discount
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Cash flow break even point
Cash flow coverage ratio
Cash flow from operations
Cash flow matching
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Cash flow per common share
Cash flow per share
Cash flow statement
Cash flow time line
Cash grants
Cash management bill
Cash market
Cash offer
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Cash price
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Cash surrender value
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Cost of lease financing
Cost of limited partner capital
Cost of living adjustment
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Cost of preferred stock
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Discounted cash flow
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Documented discount notes
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Free cash flow per share
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Ledger cash
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Product cost
Pure discount bond
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