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Financial terms starting with "F"

1. fire code official

2. futures equivalent

3. Federal Reserve Board (FRB)

4. financing flows

5. furniture, fixtures, and equipment (FF&E)

6. Foreign exchange reserves

7. full ratchet

8. federally guaranteed obligations

9. FTSE All-Small Index

10. flat dividend

11. flitch


13. financial holding company

14. Floor broker

15. Fully Consolidated System

16. FK

17. flush weld

18. friction pile

19. financial feasibility

20. filing date

21. Flattening of the yield curve

22. flexi-cap fund

23. Fictitious Business Name

24. Free Cash Flow Hypothesis

25. Funding Rules

26. Fallen Angel

27. fifty-fifty

28. Financial institution

29. fire maps

30. falling

31. Factor analysis

32. Franchise

33. Foreign Population Of A Country

34. FAS 157

35. fineness modulus

36. Fragile States

37. Family Cash Benefits

38. Feerd-Hastly Method

39. freight forward

40. Factor Price Equalization

41. fiat money

42. Foreign public borrower

43. Falling Market

44. Focus

45. fiduciary duty

46. Flexible spending account

47. Form S-4

48. Federal Employers Liability Act (FELA) of 1908

49. fibered roof coating

50. fluid

51. Fixed Price

52. File-and-use States

53. Financing decisions

54. flat commission

55. finders fee

56. File And Suspend

57. financial tables

58. Floorless Convertible

59. FAST

60. faced concrete

61. finite reinsurance

62. fixed-rate payer

63. Form 13D

64. foreign exchange derivatives

65. foreign commerce

66. Fishery Committee For The Eastern Central Atlantic (CECAF)

67. Funds From Operations (FFO)

68. Floor Limit

69. friendly fire

70. Facebook Credits

71. For valuation only (FVO)

72. facade

73. Forced Place Insurance

74. forwarding address

75. forced conversion

76. Free Enterprise

77. FJ

78. flush

79. File Transfer Protocol (FTP)

80. full covenant and warranty deed

81. foreign exchange market

82. fixed dates

83. face velocity

84. foreign crowd

85. foreign branch bank

86. Fixture

87. flat cancellation

88. Financial leverage clientele

89. fiberboard

90. front spread

91. forecaster

92. follow-on

93. face harden

94. Fiscal year (FY)

95. Floating Supply Of Shares

96. fire brick

97. fieldstone, ebony

98. flood coverage

99. Free Cash Flow To Equity Model

100. film build

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Charitable Remainder Trust

Categories: Estate Planning, Legal, ,

A kind of charitable trust in which someone places substantial assets into an irrevocable trust.The trust is set up so that the donor (or other beneficiaries named in the trust) receives trust income for a number of years or for life, after which the assets go to a tax-exempt charity. The IRS allows a large deduction in the year the assets are donated to the trust. The tax savings are sometimes used to buy an insurance policy on the life of the donor payable to children or grandchildren at the donor's death. This way the donor can make the gift to charity, receive income from the trust, and still make a large gift at death to family members. There are several kinds of charitable remainder trusts, including charitable remainder unitrusts and charitable remainder annuity trusts. Compare: charitable lead trust

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