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# Rask's Money Tip Library: Math

Accounting

### What is Depreciation & Amortisation?

How to calculate depreciation and amortisation for tangible and intangible assets.

Accounting

### The Difference Between Cash And Accrual Accounting

While cash accounting might “make more sense” for a very small business or one that is just starting out, once the business starts to grow an accountant can help you take care of the rules under accrual accounting — and may even help you minimise your tax bill!

Budgeting

### What Is A Mortgage Offset Account?

An offset account enables homeowners to save on mortgage interest by having cash set aside in a designated bank account (called the ‘offset’ account).

Accounting

### What Does EPS Mean And How Do I Calculate It?

Defined: EPS stands for earnings per share in investing. Earnings is another word for profit, think of it like profit per share. EPS can be diluted or basic.

Accounting

### What Are Franking Credits?

Franking credits are a tax credit available to eligible shareholders of Australian companies. They are also called imputation credits.

Alternative Assets

### What is Diversification?

Diversification is a portfolio management technique used to lower the risk of an investment portfolio.

Accounting

### What Is a Stock Market Crash?

Defined: A stock market crash / share market crash is a rapid sell-off or falls in asset prices, like shares / stocks, bonds or property.

Accounting

### What Is The Price-Earnings Ratio (P/E)?

The price-earnings ratio (P/E) is a share valuation metric commonly quoted in the financial media. The formula to calculate the P/E ratio is the company’s share price divided by its earnings (or profit) per share.

Accounting

### Return on Investment (ROI) Explained

ROI stands for Return on Investment and is one of the simplest and most versatile ratios to compare the profitability of investments. The formula to calculate ROI is the net return from an investment divided by its cost.

### How to Use IRR To Value Stocks (Video with Example)

How do you value shares or stocks using the Internal Rate of Return (IRR)? In this video, Owen explains how IRR can be used to value shares or stocks.

### What is Depreciation & Amortisation?

How to calculate depreciation and amortisation for tangible and intangible assets.

### The Difference Between Cash And Accrual Accounting

While cash accounting might “make more sense” for a very small business or one that is just starting out, once the business starts to grow an accountant can help you take care of the rules under accrual accounting — and may even help you minimise your tax bill!

### What Is A Mortgage Offset Account?

An offset account enables homeowners to save on mortgage interest by having cash set aside in a designated bank account (called the ‘offset’ account).

### What Does EPS Mean And How Do I Calculate It?

Defined: EPS stands for earnings per share in investing. Earnings is another word for profit, think of it like profit per share. EPS can be diluted or basic.

### What Are Franking Credits?

Franking credits are a tax credit available to eligible shareholders of Australian companies. They are also called imputation credits.

### What is Diversification?

Diversification is a portfolio management technique used to lower the risk of an investment portfolio.

### What Is a Stock Market Crash?

Defined: A stock market crash / share market crash is a rapid sell-off or falls in asset prices, like shares / stocks, bonds or property.

### What Is The Price-Earnings Ratio (P/E)?

The price-earnings ratio (P/E) is a share valuation metric commonly quoted in the financial media. The formula to calculate the P/E ratio is the company’s share price divided by its earnings (or profit) per share.

### Return on Investment (ROI) Explained

ROI stands for Return on Investment and is one of the simplest and most versatile ratios to compare the profitability of investments. The formula to calculate ROI is the net return from an investment divided by its cost.

### How to Use IRR To Value Stocks (Video with Example)

How do you value shares or stocks using the Internal Rate of Return (IRR)? In this video, Owen explains how IRR can be used to value shares or stocks.

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