Business Terms and Jargon Explained

What is IOU

Or I.O.U stands for "I owe you". This is a signed document which acknowledges that a debt is owned.

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KMC Landlord Obsolete
Easy mark Bounced cheque Valuation reserve
Complaints Commissioner to the Bar Council Declaration Date Organic growth
WIP Fiat money Double Entry Accounting
Associated company Deliverable End N316A Civil Court form
Fixer Insolvency Disciplinary procedure
Intangible Assets Certificate of Incorporation Debt collection letters
Spoofing RTGS Adhocracy
Vexatious Litigant Yuppie Legacy
Assets Homogeneity N9A Civil Court form
N161 Civil Court form House agency NAS
Order of committal Civil List Tentative Trust
Year end dividend TANGO FTP

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