Effectively, any time trade is carried out with the intention of making a profit, it constitutes a business. In grey areas where profit are made from what could be considered to be a hobby, each case must be looked at individually.
For the purpose of business relief, business includes any business carried on in the exercise of a profession or vocation.
A commercial enterprise or entity.
Broadly, you are in business if you are trading with a view to making a profit. There are criteria to differentiate between a business and a hobby. If in doubt, contact the Inland Revenue, accountant or Tax Advisor.
An organization engaged in producing goods and services to make a profit.
Business is an entity managed by a Rio Tinto product group and which may also have other shareholders; the entity may be a single operation, eg Rössing, part of the Energy Group, or several operations with a common locality and product eg Pacific Coal, also part of the Energy Group.
An insurance policy covering business enterprises normally only covers you in respect of the 'business' described in the policy schedule. It is important, therefore, to ensure that your business is fully and correctly stated in the policy, especially if you engage in more than one activity, or run more than one company.
A commercial activity engaged in as a means of livelihood or profit, or an entity which engages in such activities.
An entity that provides goods and/or services to others.
Any ongoing and regularized activity with income or profit as the end goal.
"the organized effort of individuals to produce and sell, for a profit, the products and services that satisfy society's needs"
a commercial or industrial enterprise and the people who constitute it; "he bought his brother's business"; "a small mom-and-pop business"; "a racially integrated business concern"
a commercial enterprise carried on for the purpose of profit
a commercial enterprise within the economy that undertakes economic activities
a commercial entity and the idea is to create a sustainable, profitable one
a commercially viable enterprise that works without you
a commercial operation, and you must aim to 'make a profit'
a corporation, a sole proprietorship, or a partnership
a corporation, partnership or proprietorship
a draining entity just like a person
a dynamic, living entity in a constant state of change
a financial entity separate from its owners
a good type of organization for many of the things that people want to do--not feeding the hungry, but making microchips--precisely because it -does- allow its owners to profit from its success
a group of people and things whose sole purpose is to produce a valuable product or service that people are willing to buy and earn a profit for its owner(s)
a group of people who are banded together to deliver a good or service for a profit
a living entity that must evolve in order to grow and survive
an activity engaged in to make a profit
an activity in which a profit motive is present and economic activity is involved
an activity performed for profit
an activity that you conduct for profit or with a reasonable expectation of profit
an activity that you intend to carry on for profit and
an activity where the underlying purpose and everything involved is to make money and show a profit
an enterprise created for the purpose of trading for profit and creation of assets
an entity in itself which can grow and develop and change
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an organisation that is supposed to provide a service, but prioritises profit over human decency
a private, voluntary entity whose capital value is the property of the owners
a profiteering venture (we're not talking non-profit here)
a separate entity because it is distinct from A
a way of turning a dollar and labourhours in to saleable product for a profit
The production of goods or services for profit. Such activity can be carried out by an individual, a family, a partnership, or an incorporated company.
the purchase and sale of goods in an attempt to make a profit.
means any corporation, limited liability company, partnership, individual, sole proprietorship, joint-stock company, joint venture, or other private legal entity.
any legal entity in a commercial or professional capacity that sells goods or services to consumers directly or indirectly.
Any trade, occupation or other commercial activity engaged in or gain, profit for which a corporation can be organized under Title 7 Chapter 1.1. Source: Rhode Island General Laws
A contractor, subcontractor, supplier, consultant, or provider of technical, administrative, or physical services organized as a sole proprietorship, partnership, association, corporation, or other entity formed for the purpose of doing business for profit.
(noun, e.g., a business): Any corporation, partnership, sole proprietorship, limited liability company, limited liability partnership, firm, franchise, association, organization, holding company, joint stock company, receivership, business or real estate trust, or any other legal entity organized for profit or charitable purposes, but excluding OHSU, any affiliated hospital, any private medical practice, or any other entity controlled by, controlling, or under common control with OHSU.
Any undertaking for the purpose of profit, including any interest in any such undertaking.
Refers to a firm operating on a small scale. By legal status, a business either operates as a sole-proprietorship or partnership, often with a small number of employees. Due to the nature of business, a business may only operate a single business activity at establishment level and may or may not keep audited accounts. A business in this context also refers to a commercial entity registered with professional bodies eg legal services, medical services, accountancy firms, etc. Ci.f. (cost, insurance and freight). The value of goods including the cost of international freight and insurance up to the customs frontier of the importing country paid by the importers. The cost of unloading the goods from the ship, aircraft or vehicle is not part of c.i.f. value, unless it is borne by the carrier. See F.o.b. and Shipment. Capital account. An account in the balance of payments that captures the inflows and outflows of capital arising from the financing of current account transactions.
A continuous and regular activity that has income or profit as its primary purpose.
Private profit-seeking organizations that use resources to produce goods and services.
An organization that seeks to earn profits by providing goods and services.
An organization that produces goods and services. Most businesses try to earn a profit
An enterprise designed to make a profit. The term has been used broadly, and encompasses the whole range of business, from sole trader to large corporation, both private and public companies, as well as entities which operate as businesses such as universities, hospitals or government business enterprises.
An enterprise, commercial entity, or firm in either the private or public sector, concerned with providing products or services to satisfy customer requirements.
Generally, an activity carried out for the realization of a profit and characterized by regular transactions. Neither the Internal Revenue Code (Code) nor the regulations provide a precise definition of the term “trade or business.” Also see “Investment,” “Material participation,” “Passive,” and “Profit.
Profession, trade, or any occupation that provides for one's livelihood. The purpose of a business is to make a fair and honest profit for the owner, not just to keep other businesses in business. See Advertising, Profit and Salary.
Broadly speaking a business is one which trades with a view to making a profit.
Any corporation, partnership, sole proprietorship, firm, enterprise, franchise, association, organization, self-employed individual, holding company, joint stock company, receivership, trust, professional service corporation, or any legal entity through which business is conducted for profit.
An organization which is established to sell a product (a tangible item or a service), with the expectation that selling the product will return a profit to its owners.
Enterpriseâ€”a commercial, industrial, service, or investment entity (or a combination thereof) pursuing an economic activity.
An enterprise, in either the private or public sector, concerned with providing products and/or services to satisfy customer requirements; for example, a car manufacturer or an organization providing health care.
Principally, educational and/or research institution, development, testing, property owners and/or occupiers and all other activities in which the Insured is or may become engaged.
An enterprise, private company, partnership, or individual carrying out commercial or industrial undertakings
An organization operated with the objective of making a profit from the sale of goods or services.