We look beyond a person's initial credit labels and uncover reasons why they are suitable for a loan based on their current and future earning potential, rather than turning them down immediately because of past issues.
What does FEP stand for?
FEP stands for Future Earning Potential
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We have 160 other meanings of FEP in our Acronym Attic
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- Front End Planning (business research)
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- Full Employment Program (various locations)
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- Functional Extension Program
- Fundamentals of Environmental Planning (college course)
- Future Executive Program (Hudson's Bay Company of Canada)
- Fusinus Excitatory Peptide 4
- Fair Employment Practices Act
- Fair Employment Practices Agency (US)
- Family Entertainment Protection Act
- Featured Entertainment & Production Arts Ltd
- Federal Environmental Protection Agency (Nigeria)
- Federation of European Philatelic Associations
- Federation of European Producers of Abrasives
- Florida Emergency Preparedness Association
Samples in periodicals archive:
Evidence shows that being without work for so long can cause permanent scarring to an individual's wellbeing and harm their future earning potential even if they do go on to find work.
But only 10% of adults share their children's optimistic views about their future earning potential.
To ensure that the building rehabilitation is financially viable, the building owner must ascertain several important factors: the cost to complete the project, the financial incentives available, the payback period and an analysis of the future earning potential of the property.
A study by the union organisation found that half of a child's future earning potential in the UK was determined at birth, compared with 20 per cent in other countries including Canada, Australia, Denmark, Norway and Finland.
The insurance the second-earner provides to the main-earner in the marital contract serves as an important mechanism to help smooth out household income in periods of health and disability shocks to the main-earner; and as a way to support the future earning potential of the main-earner, said Gallipoli.
saying the all-cash offer undervalued the company and didn't take into consideration its future earning potential in the Ethernet market.
Randa Bessiso, director Co Middle East, Manchester Business School Worldwide, said: "Middle and senior managers in the region are increasingly turning to MBA programmes to develop their careers and enhance their future earning potential.