The term "net price" refers to the cost of something minus the price of anything that lowers the total dollar value a consumer actually pays, according to U.S. News & World Report. The term is most commonly used by colle... More »

The net cost of a good or service is the total cost of the product minus any benefits gained by purchasing that product, according to AccountingTools. It differs from the gross cost, which is just the total cost of a pro... More »

CNF means "cost and freight" or "cost net freight" and a CNF price includes the cost of shipping to the buyer. CNF is a term used in the export business and may also be indicated as C&F or CFR. More »

A credit report is the detailed history of a consumer's borrowing history, and a credit score is a value assigned to the consumer based on credit history details, according to U.S. News & World Report. In a FICO scoring ... More »

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According to the Internal Revenue Service, fair market value can be calculated based on the current selling price of the property, the price of comparable goods, the cost to replace the item or the opinion of experts on ... More »

A Samsung extended warranty is probably not necessary unless a consumer wants peace of mind, according to U.S. News and World Report. Even then, consumers should check the fine print on their extended warranties to ensur... More »

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A consumer can request an increase to his line of credit by calling his credit card company or making the request online, according to U.S. News & World Report. There is a chance that a request for an increase could resu... More »

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