Day: March 26, 2020

Money



The
Topic:
 
Money

Easier – Money is
the coins and paper bills that people use to buy
things.
 
Harder
Governments of a country mint and print different
coins and bills as forms of money. This money can
then be used to purchase goods and services.
 
Historically seashells, iron, gold, and silver
have all been used for money. Today checks are
often used. Anything of value that can be made in a
form for exchange can be used as money.
 
 
Department
of the Treasury
http://www.ustreas.gov
Learn about the U.S. money system, who controls
it, how money is made, and how the U.S. Treasury
works. Note:
This site is hard to access, keep trying. Or go
directly to these other sections:
2) http://www.ustreas.gov/education.html
This area is the Treasury educational links
page. It connects you to several different kids
sections.
 
Kid’s
Money
http://www.kidsmoney.org/topten.htm
Site lists the top-ten money principles for
kids, and

Read More

CashUnclaimed.com found money search

 


CashUnclaimed is a private source of unclaimed money records from all 50 states & many Federal agencies. We are not an official government agency.


Because we’re not a government agency, it allows us to collect information from a huge variety of sources. So instead of having to search dozens of government sites to find your money – you can search all these records from one location on our site.


Believe it or not, there is no single government unclaimed money search for all these sources. That’s what makes our search so valuable!


When you perform a free trial search we display the total dollar amount in unclaimed funds that we show reported by the appropriate government agencies. This does not guarantee that this money is 100% absolutely yours. What it means is that there is that total dollar amount shown by government agencies under your name and common variations of

Read More

TeachMeFinance.com

TeachMeFinance.com teaches you basic
finance concepts.

  • Time
    Value of Money

    Present Value, Future Value
  • Annuities – The Present
    Value of an Annuity
  • Perpetuities – The Present
    Value of a Perpetuity
  • Kinds of Interest Rates – Nominal Rate,
    Periodic Rate, Effective Annual Rate (EAR)
  • Future Value of an Uneven Cash flow
  • Probability Distribution – Expected Rate
    of Return (ERR)
  • Standard
    Deviation
  • CAPM – Beta
  • Security
    Market Line
  • Bond
    Valuation
    – Par Value, Coupon Payments, Indenture,
    Present Value of a Bond
  • Refinance Rates – A refinance refers to the process of paying off an existing loan.
  • Home Equity Loans – A loan based on the amount of equity a homeowner has in the property.
  • Stock
    Valuation
    – Preferred Stock, Common Stock, The
    Constant Growth Formula
  • Cost
    of Capital
    – Cost of Retained Earnings, Cost of
    Common Stock, Cost of Preferred Stock, Cost of
    Bonds

Answers to Frequently Asked Finance Related Questions:

Read More

Corporate Finance: Entry Page

Corporate Finance
This web site is designed to provide supporting material for corporate finance related topics. Corporate finance, as I define it, covers every decision a firm makes that may affect its finances. Consequently, I divide my discussion of corporate finance into five areas. The first is the objective function, where we define what exactly the objective in decision making should be. The second is the investment decision, where we look at how a business should allocate of resources across competing uses. The third is the financing decision, where we examine the sources of financing and whether there is an optimal mix of financing. The fourth is the dividend decision, which relates to how much a business should reinvest back into operations and how much should be returned to the owners. Finally, there is valuation, where all of the decisions made by a

Read More

Creating a Personal Mission and Vision Statement

Setting goals and making resolutions; out with the old, in with the new—some of us get downright busy charting our ambitions for a fresh year. But have you thought about writing your own personal vision and mission statement? We asked Project Manager Coach Susanne Madsen how to create a powerful and sustainable mission and vision statement to take us into the New Year.

LiquidPlanner: What is a vision and mission statement?

Susanne: A vision and mission statement is a paragraph that encapsulates everything you would like to be, do, and have in your career.

It defines what success and excellence look like to you. It expresses your vision for where you want to be in the future and it reflects your values, goals, and purpose and how you want to operate.

Can you give an example of one?

Of course—here’s one:

“My vision is to be an honest, empathetic and

Read More

Banknotes, Paper Money, Currency from Around the World for Sale, Online Gallery, Coins, Collector Drones, Pictures of Money, Photos of Bank Notes, Educational Images, Banknotes.com





 




  Search
Banknotes.com
 


Welcome to Banknotes.com! Every place has a soul...


SHOP WITH MOBILE       SHOP WITH DESKTOP

Welcome to
one of the largest
websites dedicated to
world banknote, paper and
polymer currency money
collectors! Collecting
world banknotes

takes everyone around the
world without exposing
you to all the risks and
thrills of leaving the
comforts of your home.
Collecting world currency
helps you explore all
kinds of cultures,
countries, continents on
the Earth, helps you to
know some of the world’s
most famous people,
teaches you about the
fauna, flora, rivers,
lakes, forests,
mountains, valleys,
cities and villages, that
are plentiful on the
seven continents of our
planet Earth. World
currency note collecting
is an exciting hobby,
which many hundreds of
millions of collectors
around our planet enjoy
so much. We hope that
this free educative
cultural project will
show you how to collect,

Read More

Savvy Car Loans from 4.99% p.a.

How to apply for a car loan?

Getting a car loan is a financial process you enter with a bank, lender, or broker to purchase a vehicle. To begin applying for a car loan you’ll need 100 points of ID such as a Drivers Licence, Passport, Birth certificate, or Medicare card. You’ll also have to prove income and employment with payslips, tax returns and your employer’s contact details.

The best practice is being upfront with your property ownership details, ongoing expenses, and debts or other loans. You’ll also need to provide information on the car’s make, model, colour, and Vehicle Identification Number (VIN), registration details, and purchase price before a lender or broker will approve your car loan. Unsure about applying for a car loan? Talk to the team at Savvy for expert advice and help.

What car can I afford?

Buying a car is a major asset and the

Read More

Saving and Investment Options | USAGov

Learn how to budget to reach your savings goals. Get the basics on a variety of investments, including savings bonds and other Treasury securities backed by the federal government.

Things to Consider Before You Invest

If you want to pay for retirement, college, or a home, you can invest your money to fund your goals. Before you invest, make sure you can answer all of these questions:

  • What type of earnings can you expect on your investment? Will you get income in the form of interest, dividends, or rent?

  • How quickly can you get your money, if you need to sell or cash in your investment? You can sell stocks, bonds, and shares in mutual funds at any time. However, there is no guarantee you’ll get back all the money you invested. Other investments, such as certificates of deposit (CDs) or IRAs, often limit when you can cash out.

  • What

Read More

Difference Between Economics and Finance

supply-demand

There is a significant difference between economics and finance. To understand the differences we must understand each of the categories and learn their fundamental principles.

Finance is a fund management science. There are three general areas of finance : business finance, public finance and personal finance. The basic principle of finance is saving money and lending money. These operations are accomplished with the help of financial institutions. The science of finance deals with the interrelation of the concepts of time, risk and money.

Economics is a social science. The science of economics studies the production, consumption and distribution of services or goods. The science of economics is trying to explain how economies work and how do different economies interact. The analysis of the science of economics is applied in various fields like finance, business, government, education, law, politics, social institutions, science and many more.

The main difference between economics and

Read More

Stock Market Investing, Online Calculators, Valuation Models, and more.



investing 101


(Start Here!) 
Basic concepts everyone needs to know, from compound interest to the stock market.


    Index Funds Article


Why index investing makes sense…

What indexes and index funds are…

How to build a simple portfolio…


…and a tiny list of index funds and ETFs.



Taxes



Tax Calculator …
Capital Gains Calculator
Payroll Tax Calculator (Social Security and Medicare)
Tax Brackets


Roth IRA basics,
income and contribution limits,
investment suggestions,
and a Roth IRA calculator.


401(k) Calculator


Tax-efficient investing


  How to Read an Annual Report


Financial Statements: the Big Picture.


Investment Volatility



Learn volatility basics;
plan your life with a Monte Carlo calculator.




Intro to
Modern Portfolio Theory:
understand diversification and the Efficient Frontier,
find a portfolio with the maximum Sharpe Ratio;
why index funds are

Read More