Business creditors often need to verify the bank with which they are doing business. Often you receive a letter of credit, or enter into a banking arrangement/relationship and you need to be sure of the stability of the institution. This source, provided by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, will help guide you in your research.
The link will take you to a page where you can enter the institution name and it will return the search results.
Similarly to the bank look-up above, if you need to verify the status of a credit union this source, provided by the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA), will help guide you in your research.
This resource center is designed to help commercial credit, collections and finance professionals. It brings together relevant articles, bankruptcy and trade receivable statistics, country risk reports and much more.
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FXConverter (Foreign Exchange Currency Converter) is a multi-lingual Currency Converter with up to date exchange rates provided from leading market data contributors and is filtered for validity.
This valuable resource has nearly 100 links to key financial and business related websites. Dr. John M. Wachowicz, Jr., Professor of Finance at the University of Tennessee has compiled this great resource.
Here are numerous legal forms for creditors. Just highlite, copy and paste into your word processing software. See more CRF forms and documents here: CRF Forms
What is the future value of a present amount?
What is the present value of a future amount?
This example shows how much $1, to be paid at the end of various periods in the future, is currently worth, with interest at different rates, compounded annually.
This table shows how much a series of $1 payments, to be paid at the end of each period for a specified number of periods into the future, is currently worth, with interest at different rates, compounded annually. In other words, the table shows what you should be willing to pay, today, in order to receive a certain series of payments of $1 each.