Things of value that a person owns.
An organized plan of matching income and expenses.
A price to be paid; a promise to pay; or a promise to do something or not do something.
A legally enforceable agreement between two or more parties.
A person who promises to pay a note if the maker fails to pay.
A computer program which stores, arranges, and manipulates information as needed.
The money you have left over after required deductions, which you can spend or save as you wish.
An orderly program for spending, saving, and investing your income.
Expenses that remain constant, at least in the short run.
Amounts of money that you owe to others; also known as debts.
Agreement by two or more persons to the terms of a contract.
A piece of paper containing a written promise to pay.
A computer program which sets numbers and words into chart format.
Expenses that vary according to needs and short-term goals.
An assurance of product quality or of responsibility of the seller.