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This means that the market cap or the enterprise value is less than the company's cash on hand. Article here. One occasion for this is after a market crash: An unprofitable tech company in a boom can raise a large amount of cash on expectations of high growth. After the crash the company is left with the cash and the expectation that the company will not be ...


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https://www.communitytax.com/tax-form/form-8300/ Form 8300 is a document that must be filed with the IRS when an individual or business receives a cash payment over $10,000. The dealership received that much cash from you, so they filed the form with the IRS. It's to prevent money laundering. If you're not a criminal with lots of cash on hand from your ...


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