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  1. Cyber Monday

    Cyber Monday is the Monday following Thanksgiving (U.S. observed), representing the day online retailers offer deep discounts.
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    Price is the primary difference between Berkshire Hathaway's Class A stock and Class B stock, but there are other distinctions. ...
  3. Line of Credit (LOC)

    A line of credit (LOC) is an arrangement between a financial institution, usually a bank, and a customer, that establishes ...
  4. Certificate of Deposit - CD

    A certificate of deposit (CD) is a savings certificate entitling the bearer to receive interest.
  5. Extra Dividend

    An extra dividend is a one-time special dividend that a company pays to shareholders in addition to its regularly scheduled ...
  6. Spousal IRA

    A spousal IRA is a strategy that allows a working spouse to contribute to an IRA in the name of a non-working spouse to circumvent ...
  7. Traditional IRA

    A traditional IRA (individual retirement account) allows individuals to direct pretax income toward investments that can ...
  8. Late Fee

    If an account holder does not make a minimum payment by a required due date, he or she may be subject to a late fee.
  9. Cash Advance

    A cash advance is a service provided by credit card issuers that allows cardholders to immediately withdraw a sum of cash, ...
  10. Over-Limit Fee

    Credit card companies can charge over-limit fees as penalties if cardholders spend beyond the limits of their credit.
  11. Cash Back

    Cash back often refers to a benefit that pays the credit card holder a small cash reward for each purchase.
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