I purchased from liwc.net recently and also got the encrypted dictionary files (extracted from LIWC2015-app-1.6.0.jar). Would you mind sharing some more information on how to decode the .dic files? It seems that it is impossible to download an older version from the links provided in the purchase receipt. The acquisition of title to, or property … Continue reading “Purchase”


Fixed assets are long-term investments in the operation of your company. Unlike current assets, which are easily converted to cash, fixed assets provide value over a period of years and are not likely to be liquidated in the upcoming year. This ratio reveals whether the firm can cover its short-term debts; it is an indication … Continue reading “Asset”

Out-of-state delivery sales

Join PRO or PRO Plus and Get Lifetime Access to Our Premium Materials TheSettingspage opens in a new tab.ClickShow advanced settingsto display more options on the page.ClickClear browsing dataunderPrivacy. Keep the Daily Shipment Detail Report for your records (if you selected to print this report on the Shipment Detail Report Setup tab of the System … Continue reading “Out-of-state delivery sales”

Are Dividends Considered Assets?

Selling stock results in cash income, which increases the company’s assets. This is the opposite of what happens when a business borrows money to meet expenses. The total amount of cash distributed by cash dividends is charged against, and reduces, the retained earnings of the company, and thus decreases stockholders’ equity. Cash dividends in the … Continue reading “Are Dividends Considered Assets?”

Is rubber biodegradable?

To look at the differences between them we have to give a look at their definitions. Plastics are substances that have a complex structure, they mirror most polymers since they have high molecule ratio between them. They are derived from sources such as oil and petrol while they are softer in nature and therefore it … Continue reading “Is rubber biodegradable?”

Off Balance Sheet

A cash-flow statement summarizes the cash flow into and out of the business over an accounting period, such as a quarter. The balance sheet is a report that summarizes all of an entity’s assets, liabilities, and equity as of a given point in time. It is typically used by lenders, investors, and creditors to estimate … Continue reading “Off Balance Sheet”

Securities and Exchange Commission

His administration created the New Deal program, in which a large number of agencies—known colloquially as “alphabet soup” because of their three- or four-lettered acronyms—attempted to alleviate the disasters that faced American citizens. Well-known agencies that fell into dissolution after the 1930s include the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC), the Works Progress Administration (WPA), and the … Continue reading “Securities and Exchange Commission”