Tag Archives: interest-economics

  1. What Is The Difference Between A “Recession” vs. A “Depression”?

    by John Kelly, Senior Research Editor at Dictionary.com Economics—as if understanding its facts and figures, number and statistics, and charts and graphs isn’t challenging enough. Economics also relies on some tough terms. No, we don’t just mean the more advanced argot of arbitrage or leveraged buyout. Even more familiar economic terms many of us encounter in the news (or, more frighteningly, feel in our pocketbooks), …

  2. Tax Words To Learn Right Now (As In Today)

    As the saying goes, there are only two certainties in life: death and taxes. This saying dates all the way back to 1716, and the word tax is even older than that. But this year, there’s a special twist, making taxes feel a little less … certain. July is tax month, thanks to COVID-19. Tax, meaning “a sum of money demanded by a government,” comes …