SETTLEMENT DATE Definition

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SETTLEMENT DATE, in securities, is the date agreed upon by the parties to a transaction for the payment of funds and the delivery of securities.

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FULL CHARGE BOOKKEEPER is someone who can do it all - including compiling the data into the General Ledger and preparing financial statements.

FOOTNOTE is text that appears at the bottom of a page that adds explanation. In finance, it is often used in financial statements to provide explanatory addendums or disclosures as to the detail of various entries in the financial statements, e.g. debt, deferments, and off balance sheet items.

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