Negative cash flow

 

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Negative cash flow

Occurs when spending in a business is greater than earnings.



Negative cash flow

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Negative working capital

Negative working capital

Occurs when current liabilities exceed current assets, which can lead to bankruptcy.


Negative covenant

Negative covenant

A bond covenant that limits or prohibits certain actions unless the bondholders agree.


Negative equity

Negative equity

A situation where the purchaser of a property has taken out a mortgage and some time after the purchase, the value of the property falls below the mortgage amount. For example:Purchase price of property: £80,000Deposit: £10,000Mortgage: £70,000If the value of the property falls below £70,000, the mortgage holder has negative equity in the property.


Negative income tax

Negative income tax

A proposal to assist taxpayer with below-subsistence-level incomes. After filing a tax return, such persons would receive a subsidy to bring them up above the poverty level.


Negative externality

Negative externality

A harmful externality; that is, a harmful effect of one economic agent's actions on another. Considered a distortion because the first agent has inadequate incentive to curtail their action. Examples are pollution from factories (a production externality) and smoke from cigarettes (a consumption externality).


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