MONEY MARKET CERTIFICATE Definition

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MONEY MARKET CERTIFICATE is a security issued by com­mercial banks and savings and loan associations. Money market certificates pay a yield often based on the going Treasury bill rate. Interest rates on certificates normally remain fixed over their maturity and investors face an interest penalty for early withdrawal.

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SUBSIDIARY LEDGER is a group of subsidiary accounts the sum of the balances of which is equal to the balance of the related control account in the general ledger.

MANAGED RECEIVABLES is the total receivable amounts on which a company continues to perform billing and collection activities, including receivables that have been sold with and without credit recourse and are no longer reported on the balance sheet. See OWNED RECEIVABLES.

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