Economics Terms

  1. Fiscal Localism

  2. Fiscal Multiplier

  3. Fiscal Neutrality

  4. Fiscal Policy

  5. Fisher Effect

  6. Fitch Ratings

  7. Five Hundred Dollar Rule

  8. Fixed Cost

  9. Fixed Exchange Rate

  10. Fixed Interest Rate

  11. Fixed-Rule Policy

  12. Fixing

  13. Flash Crash

  14. Flash Services PMI

  15. Flat Tax

  16. Floating Interest Rate

  17. Floor

  18. Floor Trader - FT

  19. Flow Of Funds - FOF

  20. Food And Agriculture Organization - FAO

  21. Food And Drug Administration - FDA

  22. Fool In The Shower

  23. Force Majeure

  24. Forecasting

  25. Foreclosure Crisis

  26. Foreign Bank Supervision Enhancement Act - FBSEA

  27. Foreign Debt

  28. Foreign Exchange Dealers Coalition - FXDC

  29. Foreign Exchange Intervention

  30. Foreign Housing Exclusion And Deduction

  31. Foreign Investment

  32. Foreign Official Dollar Reserves - FRODOR

  33. Foreign Qualification

  34. Foreign Sales Corporation - FSC

  35. Forfaiting

  36. Form 1045: Application For Tentative Refund

  37. Form 1078

  38. Form 1098

  39. Form 1099-INT

  40. Form 1310: Statement Of Person Claiming Refund Due A Deceased Taxpayer

  41. Form 2106-EZ: Unreimbursed Employee Business Expenses

  42. Form 2106: Employee Business Expenses

  43. Form 2439: Notice to Shareholder of Undistributed Long-Term Capital Gains

  44. Form 2848: Power of Attorney and Declaration of Representative

  45. Form 3903

  46. Form 4070: Employee's Report Of Tips To Employer

  47. Form 4070A: Employee's Daily Record of Tips

  48. Form 4506

  49. Form 4562: Depreciation and Amortization

  50. Form 4563: Exclusion Of Income For Bona Fide Residents Of American Samoa

  51. Form 4684: Casualties And Thefts

  52. Form 4797

  53. Form 4952: Investment Interest Expense Deduction

  54. Form 5405: First-Time Homebuyer Credit And Repayment Of The Credit

  55. Form 6251: Alternative Minimum Tax - Individuals

  56. Form 6252: Installment Sale Income

  57. Form 6781: Gains And Losses From Section 1256 Contracts And Straddles

  58. Form 706-GS(D): Generation-Skipping Transfer Tax Return For Distributions

  59. Form 706-NA: United States Estate (And Generation-Skipping Transfer) Tax Return

  60. Form 706: United States Estate (And Generation-Skipping Transfer) Tax Return

  61. Form 8283

  62. Form 8396: Mortgage Interest Credit

  63. Form 843: Claim For Refund And Request For Abatement

  64. Form 8606

  65. Form 8689: Allocation Of Individual Income Tax To The U.S. Virgin Islands

  66. Formal Tax Legislation

  67. Forward Averaging

  68. Forward Guidance

  69. Forward Start Option

  70. Four Asian Tigers

  71. Fourier Analysis

  72. Fourth World

  73. Fox-Trot Economy

  74. Franchise Tax

  75. Franchised Monopoly

  76. Freddie Mac - Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp - FHLMC

  77. Free Alongside - FAS

  78. Free Carrier - FCA

  79. Free Enterprise

  80. Free Market

  81. Free On Board - FOB

  82. Free Reserves

  83. Free Rider Problem

  84. Free Trade

  85. Free Trade Area

  86. Freeganism

  87. Freight Derivatives

  88. Frequency Distribution

  89. Frequency Of Exclusion

  90. Friedrich Hayek

  91. Frugalista

  92. Full Employment

  93. Full Value

  94. Full-Cost Method

  95. Fully Indexed Interest Rate

  96. Functional Cost Analysis (FCA)

  97. Functional Finance

  98. Functional Regulation

  99. Funding Operations

  100. Funds From Operations (FFO) To Total Debt Ratio

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