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At the top of every page is a Search box allowing editors to search for articles via words entered. All finiki articles are linked or cross-referenced for ease of navigation through the collection of knowledge.

Where you see text like this, it means there is a link to another article or finiki page with further information if you need it. Holding your mouse over the link will show you where a link will take you. This means articles do not need to cover common ground in depth; instead, you are always one click away from more information on any point that has a link attached.

There are other links towards the ends of most articles, for other articles of interest, relevant external web sites and pages, and reference material. At the end of the article are relevant categories of knowledge which you can search and traverse in an interconnected hierarchy for further related information in a field.

Content and index browsing

finiki contains information on all sorts of subjects connected to financial matters. To help you find your way around this world of knowledge, finiki has a number of pages that organize its contents. Links to all of finiki's main contents pages are presented below, and they in turn link to all the rest.

Every article has a list at the bottom of all the categories it belongs to. Each of these categories can be browsed and is linked to related categories in an interconnected hierarchy or web.

Try browsing the various categories right now by clicking on any of the column headers in the table below.

Usage notes

  • An expandable ► indicates a subcategory, followed by a list of articles belonging to the category indicated in the table header.
  • Articles may be shown more than once, as articles can be assigned more than one category.

finiki's major categories

Financial management Financial planning Investment management Retirement planning Retirement living

Reference materials

Common acronyms

finiki has a list of common acronyms that provides a listing of commonly used financial acronyms that a reader might find on the wiki or on our Financial Wisdom Forum (FWF)..