Business Terms and Jargon Explained

What is Economically Inactive

people who are neither in employment or unemployment. This includes those looking after a home or retired or permanently unable to work.

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Licensed Premises Variable Rate Loan Payee
EMEAI ROI Fifo
Invoice Deemed domicile Leave of the court
Email client Tribunal Confiscation order
QUANGO Unemployed Specific Legacy
Shareholder agreement Enterprise Past Service
Ceteris paribus Riel Publicist
NPO Committal for sentence Smurfing
Management buyout BIMBO Liquid Assets
Sub-Division Narrowband Obiter dictum
Troy pound Troy Ounce OEIC
Chattels Offline Business Promotion Scheme
Deed of assignment Real Loti

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