In this article, I’ve put together a list of business words that start with T to help you find the perfect business-related words you’re looking for.
I know how important it is to use the right words, at the right moment. Especially so in the business world as it helps evoke the right actions and emotions.
There are some specific words and terms spanning finance, economics, and business in general. I’ve done my best to capture as many of them as possible for you.
Please, take a look through the business-related words beginning with T below. I hope you find what you’re looking for!
Business Words That Start With T
Tactful – having or showing skill and sensitivity in dealing with others or with difficult issues.
Takeover – an act of assuming control of something, especially the buying out of one company by another.
Takeover Bid – a corporate action in which a company makes an offer to purchase another company.
Takeover Panel – an independent body, established in 1968, whose main functions are to issue and administer the City Code on Takeovers and Mergers.
Talent – natural aptitude or skill.
Tangible Common Equity Ratio – measures a company’s financial position based on the physical assets it owns.
Target Marketing – a form of marketing where the audience is narrowed down to a more manageable group.
Tarp (Troubled Asset Relief Programme) – established several programs under TARP to help stabilize the U.S. financial system, restart economic growth, and prevent avoidable foreclosures.
Tax Haven – a country or place with very low “effective” rates of taxation for foreign investors.
Team Player – someone who is good at working closely with other people.
Teamwork – the combined action of a group, especially when effective and efficient.
Teaser Rate – an introductory rate charged on a credit product.
Technology – machinery and equipment developed from the application of scientific knowledge.
Telemarketing – the marketing of goods or services by means of telephone calls, typically unsolicited, to potential customers.
Tender – make a formal written offer to carry out work, supply goods, or buy land, shares, or another asset for a stated fixed price.
Term Assurance – refers to the coverage that pays a benefit for a covered event that will eventually happen.
Terminal Bonus – a type of bonus paid out when a with-profits insurance policy (usually an endowment) comes to an end.
Terms Of Sale – the terms which a buyer and seller agree upon.
Think Tank – an organization that gathers a group of interdisciplinary scholars to perform research around particular policies, issues or ideas.
Thorough – performed or written with great care and completeness.
Thrilling – causing excitement and pleasure; exhilarating.
Tracker Funds – an investment fund that aims to follow in value a stock market index or group of indexes.
Trade Balance – the difference between the monetary value of a country’s imports and exports over a given time period.
Trademark – something that identifies the products or services of a specific business.
Treasury – the management of money and financial risks in a business.
Tremendous – extremely good or impressive; excellent.
Troubleshoot – analyze and solve serious problems for a company or other organization.
Trusted – believe in the reliability, truth, or ability of.
Truth – that which is true or in accordance with fact or reality.
Turnover – the amount of money taken by a business in a particular period.
The letter T is great for some useful and powerful financial and business-related terms. I hope you were able to find the words that you were looking for.
This letter is host to the word ‘Tax’, however, but that’s not always a bad thing! Either way, it’s all about using the best words for any given situation, and hopefully, I’ve helped you with that.
If you know of or come across any words that I’ve missed, please drop me a comment below and I’ll add them to the list to help others, thanks!
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