Finance Crossword Puzzle – Defining Money

January 29th is “National Puzzle Day” and December 21st was “Crossword Puzzle Day” and we are presenting a financial terms crossword for our audience. Download it free via the following link: Finance Crossword Puzzle.

You’ll get three PDF pages. One of those is a color and one is a black & white version of the puzzle. The third page is the answers, so you can confirm your financial genius after solving the puzzle. You can print them and pencil in the answers.

If you’d rather an online version to solve from your desktop or tablet, here’s an interactive version of the Finance Crossword Puzzle. Challenge your financial advisor or investment club members.

Below is what the puzzle looks like and the clues are at bottom if you want to check your financial knowledge before downloading the PDF or going to the Interactive Finance crossword puzzle:

Finance Crossword Puzzle

ACROSS

3. exclusive possession or control or a commodity controlled by one party
5. a legal claim on property owned in exchange for money that will be paid back over a period of years
7. transfer of money from one party to another with the express agreement that the sum will be repaid
12. a formal business arrangement providing for regular dealings or services
14. to use money to pay for something
15. an item of business outlay
16. legal proceeding that extinguishes a right of redeeming a mortgaged estate
17. a seller under financial pressure to sell quickly or for less money
18. various shares or equity, represents ownership interests in corporations.
20. The terms open to discussion or dispute
21. any of the equal interests into which ownership of something (as a fund) is divided
22. finance (money) with the intention of returning the same plus interest
25. purchased or sold assets that produces income or capital gains
26. a legal declaration of a person’s wishes regarding the disposal of his or her property or estate after death
27. something that is given to someone in exchange for something else
30. an agreed sum paid at fixed intervals by a tenant to the landlord
31. containing or conveying a promise or assurance
32. to accumulate or be added periodically
35. a period of reduced economic activity: two consecutive quarters of declining gross domestic product
36. to remove (money) from a place of deposit or investment
40. a continual rise in the price of goods and services
41. yielding advantageous returns or results
43. result of drawing on a bank account for more than the balance
44. the act or an instance of economizing
45. process of giving the property or funds of one person to another person
46. owned or possessed real estate
47. one to whom a debt is owed

DOWN

1. a person to whom money is to be or has been paid
2. to utilize (something of value) as a source of profit
4. something accepted as a medium of exchange, a measure of value, or means of payment
6. the system that includes the circulation of money, the granting of credit,
8. the chance that an investment (such as a stock or commodity) will lose value
9. something owed : obligation
10. one paid under given conditions to a person following retirement from service
11. a person whose wealth is estimated at a million or more
13. paper money in circulation
14. a fixed amount of money paid regularly for work done
19. to buy or sell in expectation of profiting from market fluctuations
23. to pay back to make restoration or payment of an equivalent
24. the balance in a person’s favor in an account
28. a property interest held by one person for the benefit of another
29. having to do with money, credit or banking
33. a seller under financial pressure to sell quickly or for less money
34. to pay for (something) before you receive or use it
37. place where public revenues are deposited, kept, and disbursed
38. the estimated or determined market value of a thing
39.the securities held by an investor
42. relating to money or to the mechanisms by which it is supplied to and circulates in the economy

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