time value


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time value

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(Music, other) music the duration of a given printed note relative to other notes in a composition or section and considered in relation to the basic tempo. Often shortened to: time Also called: note value
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Noun1.time value - (music) the relative duration of a musical note
music - an artistic form of auditory communication incorporating instrumental or vocal tones in a structured and continuous manner
duration, continuance - the period of time during which something continues
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Conventional approaches to evaluating buy versus lease or rent decisions acknowledge the time value of initial costs, reflected in the opportunity cost of the initial early payments.
The most important concept is that an option's total value consists of two parts: its intrinsic value and its time value.
He said in a press statement that if a person misappropriates or embezzles one million Rs today and after twenty years, this comes into the notice the culprits has to deposit the actual amount embezzled whereas the value should be calculated with the time value of the money.
If you viewed money as having a time value of 8 percent, the present value of that $1.
b1) for each signal made by the exchanger and indicative of the exchanger's positive emotion, calculating an exchanger positive time value as a product of the duration of the signal multiplied by a positive exchanger signal value
In calculating franchise value, future profits are adjusted for the time value of money as well as for the firm's survival probability--its ability to avoid extreme losses that would impair its profitability or survival.
Second, accelerate cash flows; given the time value of money, cash received earlier has a higher present value.
Time Value of Money Online Skill Builder -- One of the most important parts of the decision making process in real estate is determining how to finance the purchase, construction or renovation of a property.
However, warrants have both time value and intrinsic value.
All of the above calculations ignore the effects of taxes and the time value of money.
The real benefit of the study comes from the time value of money: A dollar of tax savings today is more valuable than the savings of a dollar of tax in the future.
A change recently proposed by the FASB will create another difference--this time in the treatment of an option's time value in the assessment of effectiveness of a cash flow hedge.