Business Terms and Jargon Explained

What is Charities

Charities are non-profit distributing bodies established to advance education; advance religion; relieve poverty, sickness or infirmity or carry out certain other activities beneficial to the community.

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Mala fides Baseline Security Ex Stock
Forfeit De jure Cash Flow
Base64 Single linking agreement State of the art
Riel Lobbyist Sub nomine
Fixer Syli Affiliate
Default Surcharge Venire Sweat equity
Quetzal Building Society Autoresponder
Warrant of arrest Rulebase Unit of trading
PES Employment contracts Line Manager
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PIN Qualifying share Vendor
Ad Hoc The Bar Exempt Persons
Pula Information Assets Institutional Capacity

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