"G" ordered summaries of generally known financial term definitions you might have noticed through personal finance paperwork or observed in this directory, with an in depth meaning by way of a lone term link click.
- Gap Insurance – The term gap insurance can be used to describe two different insurance situations
- Garnishment – A wage garnishment is a legal method to collect a monetary judgment levied against an employee
- Gift Card – Gift cards have largely replaced gift certificates in modern commercial use. Gift cards typically look much
- Good Faith Estimate – In the general sense, a good faith estimate is nothing more than an estimate of cost or effort.
- Grace Period – A grace period is a specified period of time beyond a deadline in which penalties are waived. In
- Graduated Payment – A graduated payment, is a type of negative amortization mortgage loan-it is often referred to
- Greenback – Greenback is a slang term for the US dollar; it originated in the 19th century in reference to US paper
- Gross Income – Your gross income is all your income, before any taxes or withholdings are made. For example, if
- Guardian – A guardian is a person who has legal authority over a minor. For example, if you are a parent you are