Flexible Budget

Business / Finance / Flexible Budget: A change in the yield curve when the spread between the yield on long-term and short-term Treasuries has decreased. Compare steepening of the yield curve and butterfly shift.

Other Words for Flexible

Flexible Noun Synonyms: pliable, pliant, elastic, resilient, supple, bendable, limber, lithe, stretchy, stretchable, springy, extensible or extensile, ductile, flexile, tensile, yielding, willowy
Flexible Adjective Synonyms: easy, facile, submissive, complaisant, docile
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Flexible Staffing

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Flexible Staffing: The practice of utilizing temporary employees, independent contractors or part-time employees to fill vacancies instead of hiring a traditional full-time permanent employee workforce. MORE

Health Care Flexible Spending Account (FSA)

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Health Care Flexible Spending Account (FSA): A benefit plan designed to allow employees to set aside pre-tax dollars to pay for eligible medically related expenses, such as medical, vision or dental exams, copays and deductibles, as well as othe MORE

Flexible Spending Account (FSA)

Health / Dentistry / Flexible Spending Account (FSA): An account that reimburses the participant for qualified health costs or dependent care expenses through one pre-tax savings account. Employees or employers or both fund the account. At the end of eac MORE

Flexible Spending Account

Business / Taxes / Flexible Spending Account: Some employers offer flexible spending accounts (FSA), sometimes called cafeteria plans, as part of their employee benefits package. You contribute a percentage of your pretax salary, up to the limit MORE

Flexible Mutual Fund

Business / Finance / Flexible Mutual Fund: Expenses for an individual or corporation that can be adjusted or completely dispessed with, e.g., luxury goods. MORE

Flexible Scheduling

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Flexible Scheduling: An alternative work arrangement providing employees with greater flexibility in meeting their own personal needs by allowing them to work nontraditional schedules (i.e., compressed workweek, summer ho MORE

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