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The National Finance Center (NFC) is a Shared Service Provider for Financial Management Services and Human Resources Management Services. We are well-positioned to assist your Agency in achieving cost-effective, standardized, and interoperable solutions that provide functionality to support your strategic financial management and human resource management direction.

NFC’s offerings include innovative solutions both from a technical and support service perspective in order to assist you in meeting your Agency’s specific needs. NFC’s service offerings are designed to eliminate time-consuming, transactional functions and increase time for your Agency to perform your mission activities. NFC’s solutions approach facilitates planning and leverages best-in-class processes so that you can design the most efficient and effective financial and human capital management strategy for your Agency.

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Reconstruction Finance Corporation – Wikipedia

The Reconstruction Finance Corporation (RFC) was a government corporation administered by the United States Federal Government between 1932 and 1957 that provided financial support to state and local governments and made loans to banks, railroads, mortgage associations, and other businesses. Its purpose was to boost the country’s confidence and help banks resume daily functions after the start of the Great Depression. The RFC became more prominent under the New Deal and continued to operate through World War II. It was disbanded in 1957, when the US Federal Government concluded that it no longer needed to stimulate lending.

The RFC was an independent agency of the US Federal Government, and fully owned and operated by the government. The idea was suggested by Eugene Meyer of the Federal Reserve Board of Governors, recommended by President Hoover, and established by Congress in 1932. It was modeled after the US War Finance

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Best Finance Degrees | Difference Between Accounting & Finance Degrees

Weigh the benefits of a finance degree to determine if it’s the right degree for you. Explore the different degree levels, and get answers to your questions about finance degree programs.

What Is a Finance Degree?

Whether it’s a graduate or undergraduate program, a finance degree gives you the tools you’ll need to navigate the complex world of economics, financial management, banking, and global financial markets. You can find programs that focus specifically on finance, but if you’re looking for a bit of a more well-rounded education, there are also programs that concentrate on finance topics within a core curriculum of multidisciplinary business concepts. Whether you go for a major or a concentration, having strong math, problem-solving, organization, and analysis skills will serve you well as you complete your program.

Types of Finance Degrees

Many schools in the U.S. offer finance degrees at the certificate, associate, bachelor’s, master’At every level,

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Best Jobs for Graduates With a Finance Degree

If you’re intrigued by the financial markets, stocks, bonds, and other investment vehicles, and you also like to think about numbers, then a finance major is worth considering. Read on to learn about the top jobs for college graduates with a finance degree.

Skills Acquired by Finance Majors 

Finance majors develop analytical skills in order to dissect financial statements and appraise the financial standing of companies, municipalities, and other entities. They can assess the quantitative and qualitative dimensions of business problems and evaluate the financial implications of corporate and individual actions.

Graduates with a degree in finance also acquire the ability to deal with spreadsheets and with other software used to process and represent financial data. They learn to present financial information to clients and colleagues with varying levels of financial sophistication. 

An academic background in finance can be applied to a broad range of careers in virtually every industry.

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Finance Definition

What Is Finance?

Finance is a term broadly describing the study and system of money, investments, and other financial instruments. Some authorities prefer to divide finance into three distinct categories: public finance, corporate finance, and personal finance. Other categories include the recently emerging area of social finance and behavioral finance, which seeks to identify the cognitive (e.g., emotional, social, and psychological) reasons behind financial decisions.

The Basics of Finance

Finance, as a distinct branch of theory and practice from economics, arose in the 1940s and 1950s with the works of Markowitz, Tobin, Sharpe, Treynor, Black, and Scholes, to name just a few. Of course, topics of finance—such as money, banking, lending, and investing—had been around since the dawn of human history in some form or another.

Today, “finance” is typically broken down into three broad categories: Public finance includes tax systems, government expenditures, budget procedures, stabilization policy and instruments, debt

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