What is tuition remission?

Tuition remission / remittance is the setting aside responsibility of payment due for education rendered. Essentially, if a school says "We offer 100% tuition remittance," t (MORE)

Who pays for scholarship?

The funding for a scholarship depends on where the scholarship is being offered. State scholarships are usually funded by the government. The scholarships you can find on the (MORE)

How are funds wired from one bank to another?

Answer "Wire Transfers?" Say your bank is B1, the bank the money is coming from is B2. B2 has to ask permission from B1 if a wire transfer is acceptable. B2 then has to send t (MORE)

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How do you change from one mutual fund to another?

If both funds are in the same fund "family", you can do an "Exchange". Else you have to sell the fund you own, wait to get the proceeds, and buy the one you want. You can ei (MORE)

10 Elements of Financial Statements

Accounting is the language of business. Therefore, understanding the elements of financial statements will help you grasp some of the most important terms used in business. It (MORE)

What is an Index Fund?

All forms of investing come with a warning: investing involves risk to the capital you invest. Mutual funds make this very clear. Index funds do a great service to the average (MORE)

What is a Mutual Fund?

Mutual funds offer investors the opportunity to pool their assets, achieve investment diversity by spreading the risk over numerous investments, and to enlist the use of a fin (MORE)