OPPORTUNITY COST OF REVENUE Definition

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OPPORTUNITY COST OF REVENUE (OCOR) is where revenue/money held now may be invested to produce more money - thus we consider opportunity cost a return or more revenue.

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REVALUATION RESERVE see ASSET REVALUATION RESERVE.

PRESCRIBED SECURITY generally means any bond, debenture, stock, stock certificate, Treasury bill or other like security, or any coupon, warrant or other document for the payment of money in respect of such a security, issued by a government authority.

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