the apportionment of all the financial resources of a business, in equity, bonds, etc.
the maximum amount collectable for accidental death or for some major disabling injury, as one resulting in the loss of an eye, leg, or arm. noun
the surplus of a business, exclusive of its earned surplus. noun another name (esp US) for share premium
noun (in Britain) a tax payable from 1974 to 1986 at progressive rates on the cumulative total of gifts of money or property made during the donor’s lifetime or after his death. It was replaced by inheritance tax
to write or print in capital letters letters or with an initial capital. to authorize a certain amount of stocks and bonds in the corporate charter of: to capitalize a corporation. to issue stock as a dividend, thereby capitalizing retained earnings, or as settlement of an unpaid arrearage of preferred dividends. Accounting. to set up […]