The word finances is a noun. Finances means (1) assets in the form of money.
The following articles and web pages elaborate on the word finances.
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- Finance Guide
This finance guide features information on general finance as well as links to currency conversion, investment brokers, commercial real estate, and more.
- Personal Finance
This personal finance guide contains information and links related to credit card debt, home mortgages, life insurance, and more.
- Finance Industry Advertising
This online advertising guide for the financial industry features information about financial products and services plus links to finance-related websites.
- Finance Guide
This guide to finance provides an overview of the financial services sector plus links to collection agencies, credit analysts, and other financial organizations.
- United States Environmental Protection Agency
The mission of the EPA, started in 1970, is to protect human health and the environment. The EPA develops regulations, sponsors research, finances
environmental education programs, and much more.
- International Monetary Fund
The IMF, located in Washington D.C., was founded in 1944 along with the World Bank. The IMF has three main types of work: surveillance of the world's finances, lending money to countries, technical assistance and training. At the same time, IMF keeps copious statistics and reports. The website describes their efforts, gives statistics, IMF news, publications, and more.
Young Woman Processing Family Finances
The following articles provide recent finances
- Troubled Chinese developer told to demolish resort
Evergrande Group has been ordered to demolish a 39-building resort complex in a further blow to the finances of the debt-ridden property developer.
Joe Mcdonald. The Independent. Tuesday, 04 Jan 2022 16:45:53 GMT.
- How To Plan Your Finances For 2022
With consumers concerned about inflation heading into 2022, the best way to manage the impact on one's finances is to build a plan. By doing so, you can address higher prices, and keep your goals in tact.
By Ryan Derousseau, Senior Contributor. Forbes. Wednesday, 29 Dec 2021 11:09:00 -0500.
- Hungary Postpones $2.3 Billion In Investments To Cut Budget Deficit
The Hungarian cabinet has deferred investments worth 755 billion forints ($2.3 billion) next year to reduce the budget deficit and bolster its finances amid warnings from the central bank about its fiscal discipline.
Radio Liberty. Thursday, 23 Dec 2021 07:53:54 +0000.
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