Money Left over after after paying taxes, bills, etc.
Expenses, costs, that you dont have to pay every month
Employment Eligibility Verification Form - the information on this form is for employers to verify the eligibility of individuals for employment
an increase in prices or jobs in the future
how little of an item there is which causes an increase in price for the good
the amount that must be paid to recieve another item
A small fee that the insurance holder must pay at the time of a visit or appointment
Total amount that you pay to use credit
The fee charged to the borrower to borrow money from the insurance agency
Installment-one time loan, such as mortgage, automobile, it is specified in the application.
Truth In Lending Act
An act which requires lenders to inform borrowers of all direct, indirect and true costs of credit.
Credit card issuers are required to disclose the terms and fees of the credit card in easy to read places
The difference between a higher selling price and lower purchase price, resulting in financial gain for seller
the cost calcuated by a percentage of how much profit you make
variety in investments or in variety of goods and services offered
A division of shares of a company into a larger number of shares
a steady rise in the stock market over a period of time
A steady drop in the stock market over a period of time
What an amount invested today at a particular interest rate will be worth in the future.
The value at present time of a object or stock
Fair Credit Reporting Act
Law stating that all credit information must be accurate and confidential
Insurance covering all the possessions but not the building
A specific amount of money that the person must pay for insurance
law to provide terminated employees or those who lose insurance coverage because of reduced work to be able to buy group insurance for themselves and their families for a limited amount of time.
Flexible Spending Account (FSA)
A emplopyee account that reduces his pay until his taxes are paid