Adequate Disclosure.

Adequate disclosure is a accounting term that refers to the amount of information that a company must provide in its financial statements in order to fairly represent its financial position and results of operations. The concept of adequate disclosure is important because it helps to ensure that investors and other users of financial statements have … Read more

What is the cash ratio?

En financial terms the cash ratio is a percentage that is calculated on the total of the deposits that a financial institution has, such as a bank or savings bank. This percentage must be kept by financial institutions in a liquid state and kept on a mandatory basis at the central bank of each country, … Read more