TARR is Time-Adjusted Rate of Return.
LIQUIDATING DIVIDENDS are dividends paid by a corporation that is in the process of liquidation/bankruptcy. Liquidating Dividends are paid from the capital of the corporation as opposed to earnings. Recipients of Liquidating Dividends are typically shareholders, bond holders and/or creditors. In the U.S. such dividends are generally nontaxable under the Internal Revenue Code.
PRE-TAX INCOME/PROFIT see PROFIT BEFORE TAXES.
Enter a term, then click the entry you would like to view.