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1. Issuing bank

2. envelope

3. delayed settlement processing

4. Infomediary

5. Exchange

6. Clickstream

7. Electronic funds transfer

8. Virtual bank

9. Wire transfer

10. digital money

11. micropayment

12. online banking

13. Authentication

14. Digital Wallet

15. electronic wallet

16. E-Procurement

17. merchant number

18. Acquirer

19. GW

20. electronic cheque

21. Merchant Bank

22. Cyberspace

23. EDC

24. B2C


26. Settlement

27. EFT

28. electronic commerce

29. holdback

30. EDI

31. Transaction

32. ACH

33. FAQ

34. E-Commerce

35. OBI

36. Reserve account

37. Issuer

38. business-to-consumer

39. disintermediation

40. discount rate

41. business-to-business

42. B2B

43. phishing

44. E-Tailer

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Family Of Funds

Categories: Mutual Funds, Investing and Trading, Stocks,

Many large mutual fund companies offer a variety of stock, bond, and money market funds with different investment strategies and objectives. Together, these funds make up a family of funds.If you own one fund in a family, you can usually transfer assets to another fund in the same family without sales charges. The transaction is known as an exchange. But unless the funds are in a tax-deferred or tax-free retirement or education savings plan, you'll owe capital gains taxes on increases in value of the fund you're selling.Investing in a family of funds can make diversification and asset allocation easier, provided there are funds within the family that meet your investment criteria. Investing in a family of funds can also simplify recordkeeping. However, the advantages of consolidating your assets within one fund family are being challenged by the proliferation of fund networks. fund networks, sometimes called fund supermarkets, make it easy to spread your investments among several fund families.

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