Personal Finance Terms

  1. Set-Off Clause

  2. Settlement Bank

  3. Settlement Risk

  4. Settlement Statement

  5. Share Draft

  6. Share-Draft Account

  7. Shared Equity Mortgage

  8. Shared National Credit Program

  9. Shared-Appreciation Mortgage - SAM

  10. Shoestring

  11. Showrooming

  12. Signature Guarantee

  13. Signature Loan

  14. Silent Bank Run

  15. Silent Second Mortgage

  16. Simple Interest Bi-Weekly Mortgage

  17. Simple-Interest Mortgage

  18. Simultaneous Closing - SIMO

  19. Single-Purpose Reverse Mortgage

  20. Skimming

  21. Skip Account

  22. Skip Tracer

  23. Skip-Payment Mortgage

  24. Smart Traveler Enrollment Program

  25. Smeal College of Business

  26. Smeal College Of Business - Pennsylvania State University

  27. Smishing

  28. Social Commerce

  29. Social Style

  30. Social Welfare System

  31. Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunications - SWIFT

  32. Society of Actuaries (SOA)

  33. Soft Inquiry

  34. Special Finance

  35. Specialist

  36. Spoofing

  37. Squawk Box

  38. Stafford Loan

  39. Standard Floor Limit

  40. Standard of Value

  41. Standby Line of Credit

  42. Standing Loan

  43. Standing Mortgage

  44. Stanford Graduate School of Business

  45. State Bank

  46. State Employees’ Credit Union (SECU)

  47. Stated Income / Stated Asset Mortgage - SISA

  48. Static Budget

  49. Staycation

  50. Stephen M. Ross School of Business

  51. Stern School Of Business At NYU

  52. Stipend

  53. Stipulated Judgment

  54. Stop Payment

  55. Stored-Value Card

  56. Straight Credit

  57. Straight-Roller

  58. Strategic Default

  59. Structured Transaction

  60. Student Debt

  61. Student Loan Forgiveness

  62. Student Visa

  63. Subjective Theory Of Value

  64. Subprime Borrower

  65. Subprime Credit Card

  66. Subprime Lender

  67. Subprime Mortgage

  68. Subprime Rates

  69. Subscribed

  70. Substitute Check

  71. Subvented Lease

  72. Summa Cum Laude

  73. Synthetic Identity Theft

  74. Synthetic Letter Of Credit

  75. Take-Out Commitment

  76. Take-Out Loan

  77. Takedown

  78. Teaser Loan

  79. Teaser Rate

  80. Technical Default

  81. Technical Job Skills

  82. Telegraphic Transfer - TT

  83. Tender Panel

  84. Termination of Employment

  85. Termination Statement

  86. Terms And Conditions (Credit Card)

  87. The Hough School Of Business

  88. The Marshall School Of Business - USC

  89. The McCombs School Of Business At The University Of Texas At Austin

  90. The Moore School Of Business At The University of South Carolina

  91. The National Association of College and University Business Officers - NACUBO

  92. The Paul Merage School of Business

  93. Thin File

  94. Third-Party Mortgage Originator

  95. Thrift

  96. Thrift Bank

  97. Thunderbird School of Global Management

  98. Tier 1 Capital

  99. Tier 2 Capital

  100. Tier 3 Capital

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