Items that one owns; they can be financial or non-financial in nature
Governmentrevenues equal expenditures.
Corporations chartered by state or federal government to offer numerous financial services such as checking and savings accounts, loans, and safe deposit boxes; the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) insures accounts in federally chartered banks.
Something that is favorable to the decision maker
Obtaining or receiving something on loan with the promise or understanding of returning it or its equivalent
A plan for managing income and expenses
A shortfall of government receipts from government spending
an excess of government reveipts over government spending
gains from selling stocks or other financial investments for more than what was paid for them.
fees to a third party for assisting in a business transaction, such as buying or selling an asset
Interest credited daily, monthly, quarterly, semi-annually or annually on both principal and previously credited interest
outcomes that logically or naturally follow from an action or condition; consequences can occur with the decision maker or with an uninvolved party
people whose wants are satisfied by using goods and services
somethging that is unfavorable to the decision maker
all money borrowed other, other t
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