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5 Matching questions

  1. Unearned Income
  2. Loan Shark
  3. Estate
  4. Lease
  5. Wage
  1. a The assets and debts that a person leaves at death.
  2. b A written contract specifying the terms for the use of an asset and the legal responsibilities of both parties to the agreement, such as a landlord and tenant.
  3. c A person who lends money at an exorbitant rate of interest.
  4. d Compensation for work, usually calculated on an hourly, daily, or piecework basis and paid on schedule—usually weekly, biweekly, or monthly. (See Salary.)
  5. e Earnings from sources other than employment, including investment returns and royalties.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. A person who provides financial information and advice. Examples include employee benefits staff, bank and credit union employees, credit counselors, brokers, financial planners, accountants, insurance agents, and attorneys.
  2. Interest calculated periodically on loan principal or investment principal only, not on previously earned interest.
  3. The process of seeking information about products and services to find the best quality or utility at the best price.
  4. Protects from losses due to damage to the contents of a dwelling rather than the dwelling itself.
  5. Provides liability and property damage coverage under specific circumstances.

5 True/False questions

  1. Capital GainA plastic card that authorizes the delivery of goods and services in exchange for future payment with interest, according to a specific schedule.


  2. ComplaintPayment and benefits for work performed; also payment to injured or unemployed workers or their dependents.


  3. Disability InsuranceProtects the insured party from others' claims of loss due to the insured's alleged or actual negligence or improper actions.


  4. Social Security1. 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.


  5. CreditworthyAn official record of a borrower's credit history, including such information as the amount and type of credit used, outstanding balances, and any delinquencies, bankruptcies, or tax liens.