Assets, liabilities, stocks and bonds — all of these business terms can be overwhelming. If you're considering popping the question about your next raise, take a few minutes to brush up on your business terms. Then you can walk in and say, "I believe I'm an asset to this company because of the 15 percent increase I've contributed to our annual rate of return, in addition to reducing our overhead costs by nearly 8 percent."
Test your skills and show them you're savvy enough to be the boss:
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