NET-TO-NET LEASE Definition

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NET-TO-NET LEASE is where a tenant pays a basic rental amount typically based on the square footage of the leased property plus all or a portion of the charges associated with the property including but not limited to property taxes, utilities, insurance, assessments and property maintenance.

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CONTROL DEFICIENCIES exist when the design or operation of a control does not allow employees, in their assigned functions, to prevent or detect misstatements on a timely basis.

BREAK-EVEN EQUATION is the equation that determines BREAK-EVEN POINT. Let p = unit selling price, v = unit variable cost, FC = total fixed costs, x = sales in units. The equation: px = vx + FC.

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