Intro to Business Chapter 26
Intro to business
An agency that collects information about you and other credit consumers.
The maximum amount a person can spend or charge on a credit account.
A person who signs a loan for someone else and is responsible for repaying the loan if the borrower doesn't repay it.
A portion of the total cost of an item that is paid at the time the item is purchased
The total amount it costs to finance a loan, including interest and fees, stated in dollars and cents.
The actual amount of money owed or deposited in an account, upon which interest is based.
Annual Percentage rate (APR)
The rate at which interest is charged for credit on a yearly basis.
A loan that is backed up by collateral.
An amount of time to pay off a debt without having to pay interest on it.
A loan that is not backed up by collateral
To take back collateral put up for a loan, such as a car, if the loan is not paid back.
Garnishment of Wages
A creditor's legal right to take all or part of a debtor's paycheck for an unpaid dept.
Interest rate on a loan that changes as interest rates in the banking system change.
Using credit card to borrow money rather than to charge a purchase.