Annual Percentage Rate
Annual Progress Rate
Accreditation in Public Relations
Academic Percentage Rate
Intentionally and willingly putting falsified information on a tax return.
A debt investment that an investor loans to an entity that borrows the funds for a fixed amount of time at a fixed interest rate.
The degree at which an asset or security can be bought or sold in the market without affecting the asset's price.
A nearly incompressible fluid that takes the shape of its container but retains a (nearly) constant volume independent of pressure.
It determines how much money you are able to make off of a particular investment.
It affects the amount of money that banks and credit card companies are willing to loan you.
It allows you to keep track of the amount of money you are spending each month.
If you reach a score of 500 you don't have to pay taxes anymore.
Gross Domestic Product
Gross Domestic Progress
Gross Domestic Proceed
Gross Domestic Profit
Your total income for the year?
The difference between your income and the sum of your expenditures.
The sum of your income and your total expenditures.
Fixed monthly payments that are subjected to inflation rates.
A market in which assets are rising or anticipated to be rising.
A market in which losses are anticipated and the prices of securities are falling.
A market that is frozen and not allowing the buying or selling of stocks.
A market portfolio that has shows diversity.