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Definitions of Making Money
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Definitions about Money, and making money in general, this blog has some definitions and terms related to money, earning it, and saving money. It can be used by any students.

COD:

1. Cash payment to be made (by the purchaser) upon receipt of products or goods

Economic:

1. Anything related to the economy, its economics, and finance.

2. British: Capable of being produced and sold for profits.

3. Economical: using the minimum "least possible" amount required, not wasting.

4. Economics: branch of social science that deals with the production and distribution and consumption of goods and services.

5. Economist: A person who specializes "Devote oneself" in the field of economics.

Government fund:

1. Fund set up by the government to finance various causes

Monetary management:

1. Method used to change the level of activity in the economy by influencing the supply of money or interest rates, credit management

Monetary policy:

1. Policy of a country or central bank in regards to money, amount of involvement which a government has on the market activity by influencing the level of export

Total Cost of Ownership:

1. TCO, total amount of money required to own and maintain something

Treasury:

1. Place where funds or treasure are kept and distributed

2. funds kept in a treasury

Treasury management:

1. Management of finances, dealing with money, work of a treasurer

Discount:

1. A deduction made from a gross sum on any account.

2. An allowance or reduction upon a debt, demand, or price asked.

3. Something taken or deducted from the existing price.

4. A deduction made for interest.

5. Payment in advance of interest upon money.

6. The rate of interest charged in discounting. At a discount, below par, or below the usual value

7. Depreciated.

8. Bank discount, a sum equal to the interest at a given rate on the principal (face) of a bill or note from the time of discounting until it become due. Discount broker, one who makes a business of discounting commercial paper

9. Discount day, a particular day of the week when a bank discounts bills. True discount, the interest which, added to a principal, will equal the face of a note when it becomes due. The principal yielding this interest is the present value of the note.

Fund holder:

1. One who has money invested in the public funds.

Funny money:

1. Counterfeit money (Criminology)

2. Currency that has been inflated or deflated in an artificial manner for political or social causes(Finance)

3. Money made by dishonest means.

Get ones moneys worth:

1. Receive full return for some investment.

2. To get the the maximum amount of money for a service or product.

Investment in foreign currency:

1. Put money into foreign currency with the goal of making a profit.

Made a lot of money:

1. Earned a lot of money, became very wealthy.

2. A large amount of money was made.

Made an honest living:

1. Earned his money in a respectful manner.

2. Made his / her money legally.

Made millions:

1. Raked in millions, made a fortune, earned a lot of money.

Make a big haul:

1. Earn a lot of money, make a killing, earned a fortune.

Make ends meet:

1. Barely earn enough money to survive, live on the edge of poverty and not being able to keep your finances together.

Money demand:

1. Request for repayment of a financial debt, claim for monies owed.

Money making asset:

1. Profitable property, or any possession which earns money.

Moneymaker:

1. One who earns a lot of money

2. Those who own a Profitable business.

Monthly salary:

1. Amount of money that was paid for a months work.

Pay-day:

1. Day on which wages or salary is paid.

2. Date of clearing a debt, date of some returning a loan to come into effect.

Wage-worker:

1. Wage-earner, one who earns money, one who receives a salary

Earnings report:

1. Report on how much money was earned within a specific time period, the period could be monthly, quarterly, or yearly.

Fixed-term deposit:

1. Any amount of money deposited in the bank for a short period of time which is determined in advance.

Saving:

1. Something kept from being lost

2. That which is saved or kept.

3. John was content not to spend, as he would rather save his money for a rainy day.

Saving certificate:

1. Certificate that shows ownership details and information about a specific savings account.

Savings account:

1. Bank account where funds are kept for the purpose of saving them sometimes they are used to gain interest due to compounding.

Savings deposit:

1. Predetermined sum of money deposited into a bank account over a period of time in order to save money.

Savings plan:

1. Bank deposit where one is able to deposit money for set periods of time in return for interest.

Short term deposit:

1. Deposit for a short period of time, placing money in a bank for a short period of time.

Truster:

1. Person who trusts, one who places confidence, one who believes in something.

2. Person who creates a trust, one who creates a trusteeship

3. Type of Creditor.

Earn:

1. To gain financial resources or be paid, mostly for work.

2. To gain respect from ones peers or another group. "She had now earned her place at the table"

3. To gain interest of profits from investment.

4. Earnest: To be very serious minded.

5. Earnest: In finance this is a partial payment given as goodwill, and an indication of future payments.

6. Earnings [Plural]: Total money earned for some period.
Negotiation fee:

1. Sum of money charged for a money transfer, sum of money paid to a person who performs a bank transaction for someone

Redeemable bond:

1. Promissory note that can be cashed in, note of debt that can be cashed in for repayment (Finance, Economics)

Could hardly make ends meet:

1. Barley earned enough money to pay his bills, barely earned enough to survive.

2. "John could not pay his bills, or send his children to school"

Fluid savings:

1. Savings that can be instantly converted to cash.

2. Any funds that have not yet been invested, or that are still in reach of the investor.

Liquid saving:

1. Savings which may be quickly turned into cash

2. Money that one has not yet decided where to invest it.

Over commit:

1. Commit more than is desirable or necessary

2. To pledge or invest too much

3. To take too many obligations upon oneself, and therefore become over



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