Some general expenses are fixed, meaning that they are the same amount every month, but many are not. When the expense depends on usage, such as electricity, it will not be fixed, but will vary from month to month.
An example of a fixed general expense would be a monthly retainer or fee paid to an accountant or lawyer. If the expense is the same amount every month, it is called a fixed cost.
The largest portion of uncontrollable spending in the federal budget is the spending that Congress approves.
Yes, that is why it is a record.
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the Muslims aggressively carried the message of Muhammad to other people
Yes you can choose to receive your monthly social security check in the mail if that is really what you want to do.
Yes, home equity loans are installment loans secured by one's primary resicence and have terms between 5 to 15 years, the most typical of which is 10 years.
there are three online banking institutions that provide online savings account and they are, ally bank, aurora bank, and fnbo direct they offer easy accounts and low to no fees.
are garnishments calculated by gross pay or net pay
A bank reconciliation template allows the user to reconcile a bank statement with current checking account records. Its especially useful if you find yourself spending lots of time every month reconciling your bank statement.
Gross pay is a persons pay that is including overtime, allowances and bonuses. Net pay is when it is totaled together and subtracting the gross pay from it.
America's Great Depression was created in 1963.
Another name for a category entitled other, is miscellaneous.
EFT is mandatory; split disbursement must be offered as an option.
discount rate (apex)
To open a checking account with Bank of America you need at least a $25 opening deposit for basic checking. If you want an interest or business checking account then you need a $100 opening deposit.
To calculate your interest, you simply need to multiply the loan amount by the interest rate then divide by the # of payments you will make in a year (ie monthly, biweekly, ect...) To determine what your interest rate will be you need to speak with your lending institution as it varies depending on the type of loan and your credit history.