ACCOUNTING TERMS - ACCOUNTING DICTIONARY - ACCOUNTING GLOSSARY
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8-K is a document required by the SEC to announce certain significant changes in a public company, such as a merger or acquisition, a name or address change, bankruptcy, change of auditors, or any other information which a potential investor ought to know about.
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SKU is an acronym for Stock Keeping Unit. It is usually used to identify an item carried in inventory or stock.
PASS-THROUGH is a mortgage or asset-backed security for which the payments on the underlying debt are passed from the debtor through the servicing agent (who receives a fee) to the security holder.