Peak Performance Resources for Leaders by Leaders



1. An amount of money, a service, or an item of property that is owed to somebody. 2. An obligation or borrowing. 3. The condition of owing something to somebody.


1. Failure to do something required by an agreement, in the performance of a duty, or under a law. 2. Failure to meet the terms of a loan agreement. 3. Failure to make repayment on the due date (generally, if a payment is 30 days overdue, the loan is in default.)


1. The act of deflating or state of being deflated. 2. A reduction in the level of total spending and economic activity resulting in lower levels of output, employment, investment, trade, profits, and prices.


1. A belief in something or an impression that is firmly maintained despite being contradicted by what is generally accepted as fact, reality or rational argument. Resulting from deception, misconception or misassignment. 2. The action of deluding someone or the state of being deluded. 3. In severe cases can be symptomatic of mental disorder.


The gradual reduction of an asset’s value. A non-cash expense, which is often a tax write-off. A person or company may reduce their taxable income by the amount of the depreciation on the asset. Because this is an accounting function, it often has little resemblance to the asset’s useful life. The owner of the asset continues to use it tax-free after its value has been depreciated to nothing.

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