Money Management terms
Final exam D:.
A cashed check. May serve as proof of purchase.
Planning how you will use your money.
Money you earn.
Money you earn after tax deductions.
A divorced person has to pay for his spouse.
Taxpayers must report their income and deductions honestly.
Money you put in for later use.
Difference between how much you plan to spend and how much you actually spent.
Amount of money you're initially supposed to earn, before any deductions.
Expenses on items that vary in quantity/price.
Take money out.
A bank account share by two or more individuals.
A card that must be signed by someone when opening an account, it will be used for future to confirm your identity.
Verification of someone's tax return, to verify if it's accurate.
Form that indicates the individual's tax situation, tells the employer how much money in taxes to withdraw from his/her paycheck.
Protects you when withdrawals from a bank account exceed the current balance, covers it for the individual.
A card that allows people to use to pay fast, the money is immediately transferred.
The person who receives the payment.
The signing of a document that allows for the legal transfer of a negotiable from one party.