T-ACCOUNT Definition

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T-ACCOUNT is the basis for journal entry in accounting. T-accounts have three basic elements. A title, a left side (debit side) and a right side (credit side). To make an entry in a t-account, put the currency (dollar, pound, etc.) amount on the appropriate side (debit or credit). There are five basic types of accounts: assets, liabilities, equity, revenue and expenses. Assets, liabilities and equity are the balance sheet accounts.

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LIMIT ORDER PROTECTION RULE, FIINRA Rule 6541, prohibits member firms from "trading ahead" of customer limit orders that a member accepts. Members handling customer limit orders are prohibited from trading at prices equal or superior to that of the customer limit order without also executing that order at the limit price.

FULL COST RECOVERY is adjusting fees/prices for goods/services to where all cost of operations and maintenance are covered for supplying the given goods or services.

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