Flexible exchange rate
Flexible exchange rateSame as floating exchange rate.
Flexible mortgageFlexible mortgage
A mortgage that allows borrowers to make overpayments when they have spare cash, and reduce or miss payments altogether when times are tight. Often useful for self-employed people whose income varies from one month to the next. The most flexible form of mortgage is a Current Account Mortgage (CAM), which can potentially save you money by linking your current account and mortgage together.
Inflexible expensesInflexible expenses
Expenses that cannot be adjusted or eliminated such as car payments or rental payments. Antithesis of flexible expenses.
Flexible pensionFlexible pension
Also known as deferred income and income drawdown.
Flexible budgetFlexible budget
A budget that shows how costs vary with different rates of output or at different levels of sales volume and projects revenue based on these different output levels.
Flexible expensesFlexible expenses
Expenses for an individual or corporation that can be adjusted or completely dispessed with, e.g., luxury goods.
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