A savings account for mutual friends.
A fund operated by an investment company that invests other peoples’' money.
An account to pay your taxes early.
A savings fund for gifts. A savings fund for gifts. A savings fund for gifts. A savings fund for gifts.
The level of public interest in following economic news.
The amount of times a check bounces
Interest paid on the original amount deposited, plus the interest that the original amount has previously earned and that was left in the account.
The annual fees that some credit card companies charge consumers for their credit cards.
U.S. Savings Bond
Cerificate of Deposit (CD)
The ability to purchase goods or services now in exchange for a promise to pay later.
The loan application form.
A plastic card.
The ability that one has to buy goods or services later because he/she paid for them earlier.
A payment made monthly for multiple years
A payment made to someone or an account or received from someone or an account on a yearly basis
A specified numbers of yearly payments in a mortgage
Cost vs. benefit
A bond issued by one of the 50 States
A U. S. Treasury Bond
A U. S. Savings Bond
A certificate of deposit at the bank
Profit to Expense ratio
Price to Earnings ratio
Pension to Equity ratio
Nothing, you just made it up
As long as there is an opportunity to earn interest, the present and future value of money is affected
Money will always decreases in value over time
If you don't manage your money, someone else will
Investors always earn profits over time