Finance

(redirected from financially)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Idioms, Encyclopedia.

Finance

A discipline concerned with determining value and making decisions. The finance function allocates resources, including the acquiring, investing, and managing of resources.

Finance

The study of money and how it is used. Finance considers the relationship of money to time and risk. One of the main subsets of finance is the study of credit and banking, as this involves money, time, and risk all together. Finance may deal with personal or corporate issues, such as how will an individual or company acquires the money needed to perform a certain act.
References in periodicals archive ?
Rable maintained that part of the problem is that too many credit union executives rely on what they think they know about financially underserved people instead of seeking out facts.
Financially, with the existence of the unlucky star in the life cycle, money is easy come and easy go.
For example, up to a third of parents of children between the age of 18 and 29 sometimes help financially, whereas a fifth of parents of children aged over 40 provide their children with financial support.
The Petitioner must be vigilant to identify such instances where a general conversation begins to focus on issues that are likely to financially impact her or her son.
"He says that while there are PS3m worth of new buses on order for the routes, delivery is contingent on the routes being financially viable.
Reportedly, it was the government and not the US Embassy that compensated the victims families financially for their losses.
Nearly a third (32%) say that they are 'financially comfortable' so have no pressing reason to downsize and almost one in three (29%) say that moving would be too much of a hassle.
The motion tabled by Ghanzi North, MP Mr Noah Salakae, requested government 'to consider encouraging willing financially able beneficiaries of the Old Age Pension Scheme to opt out if they feel they do not need it, to enable government to deal with the current social living expense.'
They said, that we have to be prepared to give the same session which we have learnt today to the community, who will come from village who is financially illiterate, for this sake they distributed a guideline book among us that how we have to perform in front of those audience.
Many of the big names you know today weren't always financially free.
FEWER Britons are struggling financially but feelings of depression and anxiety appear to be on the rise, according to new data.
JUST 40% of parents living with older children say their family is financially secure, according to a survey.