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POBF Terms

Pobf 2016

A retirement account offered through an employer, where an employee can contribute money from his or her paycheck before or after taxes. 401K
The Amount of Money in your Account Balance
Buy Now Pay Later And Has A Higher Interest Credit Card
Buy Now Pay Now Comes right of your Account Debit Card
Insurance For a Mobile Vehicle Auto Insurance
What Is The Least Important Part of the Check Memo
______________ is a record of a person's borrowing and repayment activity Credit Card History
The amount of money that you are able to charge to a credit card Credit Limit
When Money is Added to Your Account Deposit
When Money is Removed From Account Withdraw
A type of insurance that covers the cost of medical expenses. Health Insurance
Stands for the Internal Revenue Service. The government agency in charge of collecting taxes from US citizens. IRS
A type of insurance that ensures that another person (called a beneficiary) will be financially protected if you pass away. Life Insurance
A tax that pays for health care for people aged 65 and over. Medicare
Created by: NickCamera