The Membership API includes methods for validating credentials, retrieving information about the currently logged on user, creating a new user account, and deleting a user account, among others.
Each user account in the Membership framework contains only the properties needed for validating credentials and performing essential user account-related tasks.
That should do the trick, keep in mind if you want to allow the user to enter decimal values that changes the entire scenario.
In doing so, we will look at different options for modeling user information in a database, and then see how to associate this data with the user accounts created by the Membership framework. There are a variety of techniques that can be employed to capture user information in a database and associate it with the user accounts created by the Membership framework.
In order to illustrate these techniques, we will need to augment the tutorial web application so that it captures some sort of user-related data.
It does this by partitioning user accounts into different applications.