Money Order

Business / Taxes / Money Order: A money order entitles the person named as payee on the order to receive the specific amount of cash shown on the order. You can use money orders in place of checks if you don’t have a checking account or if the payee requires a guaranteed form of payment. You can purchase money orders at banks, post office branches, credit unions, and other financial institutions. You can use money orders to send money internationally as well as within the United States. The United States Postal Service (USPS) has agreements with 30 countries that allow recipients to cash USPS money orders in post offices in those countries. Sellers sometimes impose a limit on the size of the money orders they sell, and they typically charge a fee for each order. However, those fees are less than for guaranteed bank checks. One drawback of a money order is that you have no proof that payment was received.

Other Words for Money

Money Noun Synonyms: currency, legal tender, medium of exchange, specie, (hard) cash, ready money, banknotes, paper money, notes, bills, coin(s), change, small change, (filthy) lucre, pelf, shekels, lolly, readies, folding money, cold (hard)
Money Adjective Synonyms: resources, wealth, fortune, funds, capital, wherewithal, affluence, means, (liquid) assets, riches, bundle
MORE

Other Words for Order

Order Noun Synonyms: organization, uniformity, regularity, system, pattern, symmetry, harmony, tidiness, orderliness, neatness
Order Verb Synonyms: organization, arrangement, grouping, disposition, form, structure, categorization, systematization or systemization, classification, codification, disposal, layout, array, sequence, set-up
MORE

Out-Of-The-Money

Business / Taxes / Out-Of-The-Money: An option is out-of-the-money when the market price of an instrument on which you hold an option is not close to the strike price. Call options — which you buy when you think the price is going up MORE

Out-Of-The-Money Option

Business / Finance / Out-Of-The-Money Option: A call option is out of the money if the strike price is greater than the market price of the underlying security. That is, you have the right to purchase a security at a price higher than the market MORE

Pecking-Order View (Of Capital Structure)

Business / Finance / Pecking-Order View (Of Capital Structure): The argument that external financing transactions costs, especially those associated with the problem of adverse selection, create a dynamic environment in which firms have a preference, or pecking-or MORE

Links
Home
Glossary
Thesaurus