Budgeting & Savings

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  1. Register

    1. The act of recording an event, transaction, name or other information. 2. An aggregation of stored data, usually containing ...
  2. Lifetime Cost

    A total of all other costs relating to a good over its expected lifetime in addition to the amount paid to acquire it. These ...
  3. Auction

    A system where potential buyers place competitive bids on assets and services. The asset or service in question will sell ...
  4. Microsavings

    A branch of microfinance, consisting of a small deposit account offered to lower income families or individuals as an incentive ...
  5. Lifeline Account

    A streamlined checking or savings account designed for low-income customers. These accounts will usually have low balance ...
  6. Archer MSA

    A savings account that earns tax deductible interest for medical expenses. Archer MSAs are often used by small business or ...
  7. Bloomberg Terminal

    A computer system that allows investors to access the Bloomberg data service, which provides real-time financial data, news ...
  8. Flexible Expense

    An expense that is easily altered or avoided by the person bearing the cost. Flexible expenses are costs that may be manipulated ...
  9. Shoestring

    A slang term used to describe a small amount of money that is considered to be inadequate for its intended purpose. A shoestring ...
  10. Commercial Credit

    A pre-approved amount of money issued by a bank to a company that can be accessed by the borrowing company at any time to ...
  11. Motor Vehicle Sales

    The number of domestically produced units of cars, SUVs, mini-vans and light trucks that are sold. Motor vehicle sales are ...
  12. Voluntary Simplicity

    A lifestyle that minimizes consumption and the pursuit of wealth and material goods. Individuals choose voluntary simplicity ...
  13. Commuting Expenses

    Expenses that are incurred as a result of the taxpayer's regular means of getting back and forth to his or her place of employment. ...
  14. Staycation

    A vacation spent at or near your own home, rather than traveling to another location. People take staycations for many reasons, ...
  15. Account History

    All activity within an account, usually since inception. In a bank account, the account history includes all transactions ...
  16. Per Diem Payments

    Generally, a specified amount that employers will pay to employees as reimbursement for various expenses. Per diem payments ...
  17. Primary Business Purpose

    A phrase denoting that the main intent of traveling out of town was to transact business. This trip may be combined with ...
  18. Anticipated Balance

    The amount that a savings account will have at some future date, or that a time deposit will have at maturity, assuming no ...
  19. Anticipated Interest

    The amount of interest that a savings vehicle will accrue by some future date, assuming there are no deposits or withdrawals ...
  20. Availability

    Funds that have been deposited by third-party check into a customer's bank account. These funds are typically not usable ...
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