Credit may refer to:

  • Credit (casino), a marketing tool that, when used appropriately, can result in significant casino revenues
  • Credit (creative arts), acknowledging the ideas or other work of writers and contributors
  • Credit (finance), the granting of a loan and the creation of debt. It is any form of deferred payment.
    • Credit rating, assessment of credit worthiness
    • Credit score, a representation of credit worthiness
  • Credit (science fiction), a form of currency in some fictional works
  • Course credit, a system of measuring academic coursework
  • Debits and credits, a type of bookkeeping entry
  • Game credits, a count of the current number of games that can be played in pinball and arcade games

Other articles related to "credit, credits":

WGA Screenwriting Credit System
... In the United States, screenwriting credit for motion pictures and television programs under its jurisdiction is determined by either the Writers Guild of America, East (WGAE) or the Writers Guild of ... Since 1941, the Guilds have been the final arbiter of who receives credit for writing a screenplay or original story, or credit for creating the original characters ... Agreement must comply with the Guild rules on screenwriting credits ...
Brookhaven College - Tuition
... Dallas County residents pay $45 per credit hour, or $135 for a three-hour class ... Out-of-county residents pay $83 per credit hour ... and international students are charged $132 per credit unit or a minimum of $200 ...
Canadian Social Credit Movement - Other Parties
... parties have also promoted social credit principles, including John C ... Turmel's Christian Credit Party and Abolitionist Party of Canada, and the short-lived Canada Party ... The Global Party of Canada also appears to promote social credit economic policies ...
Canadian Social Credit Movement
... The Canadian social credit movement was a Canadian political movement originally based on the Social Credit theory of Major C ...

Famous quotes containing the word credit:

    It is probable that the principal credit of miracles, visions, enchantments, and such extraordinary occurrences comes from the power of imagination, acting principally upon the minds of the common people, which are softer.
    Michel de Montaigne (1533–1592)

    Especially with our first child, we tend to take too much responsibility—both credit and blame—for everything. The more we want to be good parents, the more we tend to see ourselves as making or breaking our children.
    Polly Berrien Berends (20th century)

    If you want to be on good terms with everyone in this world, sell goods on credit and never ask for payment.
    Chinese proverb.