Business Terms and Jargon Explained

What is Consumer

Is a person that uses a product or service. There is a slight difference between the consumer and a customer. A customer is a person that purchases goods or services.

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Org chart Health insurance Chambers
Arbitrator or Arbitration Mouse potato Ex parte
Freelance Risk N11 Civil Court form
Dumping Bells and whistles Independent Review Service
Progress payments AKA Remote Access
N170 Civil Court form Annuity monetize
Yankee Rufiyaa Mergers and Acquisitions
Annual bonus Res nulis Real Exchange Rate
Materiality Fiat money Long Term Debt
Allotment Co-Decision - EU Enterprise zone
Witness summons Som Balloon Payment
Womb to Tomb Day Trading PaaS
Opportunity Costs Ex dividend Public company or public limited company

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