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Economics Social Security Negligence Fixed v variable expenses Round Lot Arbitration v Mediation Contingent deferred sales charge Primary v Secondary Market Participating Policy Money supply Peril Medigap/Medsup Exemptions Auto Purchasing T-bills, T-bonds, T-notes Simple v Compound Interest Gift tax Mortality rate Inflation v Interest rate risk Aptitudes Book value 1
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Vicarious Liability 5 Cs of credit Implied v Express warranty Retained Earnings Dollar Cost Averaging Sinking fund Balance sheet Capitalization Tax exempt v tax differed Insolvency Gold  Investment Companies Net Worth  Check endorsements Beneficiary Cash Flow Statement Call feature CCCS Revolving Truth in Savings Law
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Unformatted text preview: Limit v Market order 2 Convertible bonds Demand v time deposits Term Life Insurance Debt to Equity ratio 12b-1 fees Collision/Comprehensive/Liability Auto Insurance Adv/Disadv of Homeownership Time value of money Safety v risk Mutual Fund “types” Nonforfeiture Clause Capital gains DINK Medicare/Medicaid Long-term Liabilities Co-signer Interest inventory Retirement “Pay yourself first” Career v jobs Chapter 7/11/13 bankruptcy 3 Supply v Demand Net v gross The Federal Reserve Opportunity costs Rule of 78s Liquidity FDIC 1040 form Trusts Closed v open end credit Debit v Credit cards 4...
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