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cuota líquida, cuota bonificada

English translation: liquid shares discounted shares

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10:47 Sep 9, 2000
Spanish to English translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial
Spanish term or phrase: cuota líquida, cuota bonificada
Balance sheet finances
keith Absalom
English translation:liquid shares discounted shares
Explanation:
Hope this helps you out! Suerte!
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Summary of answers provided
na"cuota" can mean fees, expenses, installments, depending
Parrot
naDiscounted quota/liquid quotaYvette Camou
naNet sum, Bonafide sum
Luis Luis
nafixed dues (fees) discounted dues(fees)Megdalina
naliquid shares discounted sharesMegdalina


  

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15 mins
liquid shares discounted shares


Explanation:
Hope this helps you out! Suerte!


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40 mins
fixed dues (fees) discounted dues(fees)


Explanation:
It's me again! I kept searching and found these too. Depending on the context I'm hoping you will be able to tell which it is. Good luck to you!


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1 hr
Net sum, Bonafide sum


Explanation:

Regards.

Luis Luis

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2 hrs
Discounted quota/liquid quota


Explanation:
I think this is mostly about fiscal policy and import/exports.
Under Discounted quotas, you usually list items such as deductions which are instruments of fiscal policy to help facilitate exports, R&D and others.
Under liquid quotas, you usually list items such as 'retenciones', 'pagos fraccionados', etc.
Sometimes, Discounted quotas are used by banks and real estate businesses offering 'quotas bonificadas', which means that you don't pay any annual rate when you pay your installments on time.Web sites provided for additional input, in addition to: http://www.gacetafiscal/apirpf.htm


    Reference: http://www.imf.org/external/pubs/ft/pam/pam46/pam4607.htm
    198.17.75.65/fril/1996/19961125/96-30086.txt
Yvette Camou
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1 day4 hrs
"cuota" can mean fees, expenses, installments, depending


Explanation:
on your context (subscription/membership fees, installation expenses, mortgage installment).
"Líquida" is liquid or cash; "bonificada", discounted, allowed.

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