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Buying in may refer to:
- In management and decision making, buy-in (as a verb or noun, although only the noun form should be hyphenated) signifies the commitment of interested or affected parties to a decision (often called stakeholders) to 'buy into' the decision, that is, to agree to give it support, often by having been involved in its formulation.
- Buying in (poker), a tournament entrance fee
- Buying in (securities)
- Management buy-in, when an outside management becomes a company's new management by buying it
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