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Bank & finance Vocad

TermDefinition
Abilities The thing you do well
Annual Fee A yearly fee
Aptitudes your natural talent
APR Annual % rate is the amount of interest changed for any unpaid balance
Bank A for-profit institution that offers personal loans,
Bankruptcy A legal process that gives a debtor protection from creditors
Bonds An LOU issued by a company, municipality, or the federal government in exchange for a loan from an investor that that will be repaid with a set rate of return
Budget A record of income and spending and a plan for managing money
Career Cluster A grouping of jobs and industries related by skills or products
Cash Money in the form of dills or coins
Check A written order for a bank to pay money
Compound interest interest on the principal and the accumulated interest on a deposit or a loan
Credit the amount of financial trust extended to a person or a business by a lender; a loan
Credit Card a card authorizing the holder to buy goods and services that can be paid for later
Created by: 23simmons.emma