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Roll-Up Merger: A roll-up (also known as a "roll up" or a "rollup") merger occurs when investors (often private equity firms) buy up companies in the same market and merge them together. Roll-ups

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Posted: (4 days ago) Roll-Up Merger: A roll-up (also known as a "roll up" or a "rollup") merger occurs when investors (often private equity firms) buy up companies in the same market and merge them together. Roll-ups ...

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Per Stirpes Definition - Investopedia

Posted: (4 days ago) Per stirpes is a stipulation that, should a beneficiary predecease the testator, the beneficiary's share of the inheritance will go to his or her heirs.

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Life Estate Definition - Investopedia

Posted: (4 days ago) Life Estate: A type of estate that only lasts for the lifetime of the beneficiary. A life estate is a very restrictive type of estate that prevents the beneficiary from selling the property that ...

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Coinsurance Definition - Investopedia

Posted: (4 days ago) Co-insurance is a co-sharing agreement between the insured and the insurer under an insurance policy which provides that the insured will pay a set percentage of the covered costs after the ...

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Top Tech Stocks for July 2020 - Investopedia

Posted: (4 days ago) Advanced Micro Devices Inc.: Advanced Micro Devices is a global semiconductor company that sells microprocessors, chipsets, graphics, video and multimedia products, and provides assembling ...

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Wash-Sale Rule Definition - Investopedia

Posted: (4 days ago) Wash-Sale Rule: An Internal Revenue Service (IRS) rule that prohibits a taxpayer from claiming a loss on the sale or trade of a security in a wash sale. The rule defines a wash sale as one that ...

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