RTFCRural Telephone Finance Cooperative
RTFCRefinery Terminal Fire Company (Corpus Christi, TX)
RTFCRead the Freaking Card (polite form; Magic, the Gathering)
RTFCReal Time Fiber Communications
RTFCRead The Film Credits
RTFCRead The Flipping Code (polite form)
RTFCRead the Full Contract (polite form)
RTFCReal Time Flux Control
RTFCRead the Fine Comment (web forums)
RTFCRoss Taylor Financial Corporation (Canada)
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Since 2005 the RTFC has exported 97 tons of heirloom varieties, such as Mt.
Javelosa also said that Vicky Garcia, executive director of Rice Inc., expressed her appreciation for the assistance that the Department of Agriculture has provided to RTFC, which facilitated this year's export shipment to the US through Eighth Wonder Inc.
Not just financially, morally, or politically, but because our nation has not honored God in its successes or humbly called on Him in its struggles,” states Pamela Kimble, chairman of RTFC.
RTFC is a member-owned, not-for-profit cooperative created solely to serve the financial needs of the rural telecommunications industry.
Many economists blame the country's current economic troubles on the sub-prime mortgage industry, but Hank Buchanan, vice president of industry affairs for the Rural Telephone Finance Cooperative (RTFC) based in Herndon, Va., said that hasn't been a big issue in rural America.
According to the Rural Telephone Finance Cooperative (RTFC), a private lender dedicated to the telephone cooperative market, many RLECS are finding it necessary to make the investments to offer the triple play.
Consequently, Allband applied to the Rural Telephone Finance Cooperative (RTFC), the lending cooperative that specifically serves the rural telecommunications industry.
Hank Buchanan, vice president of industry affairs for the Rural Telecommunications Financing Corporation (RTFC) in Herndon, Va., agreed and recommended that telco executives begin planning for five years down the road.
RTFC is a privately funded, member-owned cooperative finance organization that provides financing exclusively to America's rural telecommunications industry.
While exceptions may be made based on other aspects of a given transaction, following are some of the yardsticks RTFC uses to measure a borrower's debt capacity: * Debt to Operating Cash Flow 4.0 times or less * Equity to Assets 35% or greater * Operating Debt Service Coverage 1.4 times or greater * Current Ratio 1.1 times or greater