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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Security
  2. Interest
  3. Debit Card
  4. Record keeping
  5. Title Loan
  1. a A plastic card that provides access to electronic funds transfer (EFT) from an automated teller machine (ATM) or a point-of-sale (POS) terminal.
  2. b 1. A legal agreement that records a debt or equity obligation from a corporation, government, or other organization. Examples include stocks and bonds. 2. Collateral for a loan.
  3. c A high-cost, short-term loan that uses the borrower's automobile as collateral.
  4. d 1. Cost of borrowing money. 2. Earnings from lending money.
  5. e The process of keeping an orderly account of a person's financial affairs, including income earned, taxes paid, household expenditures, loans, insurance policies, and legal documents.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Intentional and illegal deception, misrepresentation, or concealment of information for monetary gain.
  2. An expression of dissatisfaction with a product or service, often in the form of a letter to the seller or manufacturer documenting the problem and stating the desired solution.
  3. Gross wage or salary, plus bonuses, minus deductions such as for taxes, health care premiums, and retirement savings.
  4. Earnings from sources other than employment, including investment returns and royalties.
  5. A risk management tool that protects an individual from specific financial losses under specific terms and premium payments, as described in a written policy document.

5 True/False questions

  1. Finance ChargeDesired results from one's efforts to achieve personal economic satisfaction.

          

  2. Social SecurityCompensation for work, expressed as an annual sum and paid in prorated portions regularly— usually weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly. (See Wage.)

          

  3. Disposable IncomeGross pay minus deductions for taxes.

          

  4. Interest IncomeMoney that financial institutions, governments, or corporations pay for the use of investors' money.

          

  5. CreditworthyThe presumption that a specific borrower has sufficient assets, income, and/or inclination to repay a loan.

          

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