The voluntary abandonment or surrender of some claim, right, or privilege.
A term used for “Internet-Initiated Entry”; an entry that is initiated via the internet by purchasing something from a businesses website.©2011 NACHA - The Electronic Payments Association® All rights reserved.
Often simply called a “browser”; a software program that facilitates entry to and usage of the internet. The three most popular browsers are Microsoft Internet Explorer, Firefox and Safari.The American Heritage® New Dictionary of Cultural Literacy, Third Edition
A formal, written, witnessed instrument by which a person gives instructions for the deposition of his or her estate.
A transaction by which funds are moved electronically from one bank to another, upon a customer's instructions.
(verb) To withdraw is the act of taking money out of an account.
Mr. Perez will withdraw one hundred dollars from his bank account.
(noun) A withdrawal is the amount of money that is taken out of the account.
His withdrawal was one hundred dollars.
An acronym for “World Wide Web”; the beginning of a URL address (example: www.texasbankandtrust.com)
(verb) To yield is to gain money on your savings and investment.
(noun) A yield is the amount of money gained on your savings and investment.
A measurement of the rate of earnings from an investment, usually expressed as a percentage.
The internal rate of return on an investment. Typically takes into account all investment returns and their timing.