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Final Review. The combination of salary and fringe benefits an employer provides to an employee . 5 points. Transferrable skills Income Compensation package Tax refund. Contacting employers after you've submitted your resume 5 points. Networking Non-verbal communication

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The combination of salary and fringe benefits an employer provides to an employee 5 points
The combination of salary and fringe benefits an employer provides to an employee.5 points

  • Transferrable skills

  • Income

  • Compensation package

  • Tax refund


Contacting employers after you ve submitted your resume 5 points
Contacting employers after you've submitted your provides to an employeeresume5 points

  • Networking

  • Non-verbal communication

  • Personal Mission statement

  • Follow-up


Working in your expected career field, either during a semester or over the summer is called5 points

  • Internships

  • Networking

  • Follow-up

  • Compensation package


Involves developing a broad list of contacts and encouraging them to assist you in looking for a job.5 points

  • Networking

  • Internships

  • Non-verbal communication

  • Transferrable skills


What you say to the interviewer through activities such as a handshake, eye contact, facial expressions (including smiling), body posture, and hand gestures. 5 points

  • Non-verbal communications

  • Transferrable skills

  • Personal Mission statement

  • Follow-up


Helps job seekers identify their core values and beliefs 5 points
Helps job-seekers identify their core values and handshake, eye contact, facial expressions (including smiling), body posture, and hand gesturesbeliefs5 points

  • Personal mission statement

  • Non-verbal communication

  • Networking

  • Follow-up


Professionals who are paid by employers to find candidates for specific positions 5 points
Professionals who are paid by employers to find candidates for specific positions5 points

  • Networking

  • Non-verbal communication

  • Headhunters

  • Thank-you letters


A common courtesy after every interview so you ll stand out from the crowd 5 points
A common courtesy after every interview, so you'll stand out from the crowd.5 points

  • Internships

  • Personal mission statement

  • Thank-you letters

  • Transferrable skills


Skills you have acquired during any activity in your life that are transferable and applicable to what you want to do in your next job.5 points

  • Networking

  • Non-verbal skills

  • Internships

  • Transferrable skills


A benefit providing on site facilities or coverage of child care expenses for employees 5 points
A benefit providing on-site facilities or coverage of child-care expenses for employees.5 points

  • Sick pay

  • Employee services

  • Child care

  • insurance


Benefit that allows employees to receive a portion of the company's profits at the end of the corporate year. Also called incentive pay.5 points

  • Pension and savings plan

  • Leave of absence

  • Profit sharing

  • Insurance


Benefit that gives employees the right to buy a set number of shares of the company's stock at a fixed price by a certain time.5 points

  • Bonuses and stock options

  • Travel expenses

  • Pension and savings plan

  • Profit sharing


An allowance of days each year for illness with pay as usual 5 points
An allowance of days each year for illness, with pay as usual.5 points

  • Paid vacations and holidays

  • Cafeteria style benefits

  • Child care

  • Sick pay


Full-time employees receive a set amount of paid vacation time. This means you get paid as usual.5 points

  • Sick pay

  • Paid vacation and holidays

  • Travel expenses

  • Profit sharing


Employer sponsored savings plans, such as 401(k) for private emplyers or a 403(b) for government employees, which are retirement plans5 points

  • Leave of absence

  • Travel expenses

  • Child care

  • Pension and savings plans


Benefit that allows employees to temporarily leave their jobs (without pay) for certain reasons and return to their jobs at a later time.5 points

  • Child care

  • Employee services

  • Leave of absence

  • Cafeteria style benefits


Benefit that often provides a company car or mileage allowance for trips related to work 5 points
Benefit that often provides a company car or mileage allowance for trips related to work.5 points

  • Paid vacation

  • Pension and savings plan

  • Travel expenses

  • Profit sharing


Programs that allow workers to base their job benefits on personal needs 5 points
Programs that allow workers to base their job benefits on personal needs.5 points

  • Child care

  • Sick pay

  • Travel expenses

  • Cafeteria style benefits


Health insurance that is provided by employers. May include dental, vision and life insurance.5 points

  • Insurance

  • Sick pay

  • Child care

  • Pension and savings plan


To determine you gross pay when you receive an hourly wage, you multiply your hourly rate by the number of regular hours worked.5 points

  • True

  • False



Overtime wages are usually calculated at two times the regularly hourly rate 5 points
Overtime wages are usually calculated at two times the regularly hourly rate.5 points

  • True

  • False



Social security tax is an example of a required deduction from your paycheck 5 points
Social security tax is an example of a required deduction from your paycheck.5 points

  • True

  • False


The amount left after all deductions have been subtracted from gross pay is known as net pay.5 points

  • True

  • False



An explanation of pay computations and deductions must be provided with each paycheck 5 points
An explanation of pay computations and deductions must be provided with each paycheck.5 points

  • True

  • False


John worked 40 hours at a regular rate of 8 00 how much was his gross pay 10 points
John worked 40 hours at a regular rate of $8.00. How much was his gross pay?10 points

  • $320

  • $360

  • $48

  • $560


Morgan worked 28 hours at the regular rate of 9 00 per hour what was her gross pay 10 points
Morgan worked 28 hours at the regular rate of $9.00 per hour. What was her gross pay?10 points

  • $180

  • $200

  • $252

  • $320


If the regular hourly rate is 7 25 what is the overtime rate 10 points
If the regular hourly rate is $7.25, what is the overtime rate?10 points

  • $8.25

  • $7.25

  • $10.88

  • $14.50


If the regular hourly rate is 9 00 what is the overtime rate 10 points
If the regular hourly rate is $9.00, what is the overtime rate?10 points

  • $18.00

  • $13.50

  • $10.50

  • $9.00


Total income less statutory adjustments is called 5 points
Total income less statutory adjustments is ratecalled5 points

  • Regressive tax

  • Salary

  • Adjusted gross income

  • wages


Form that rateemployers must provide to employees by January 31 of each year that gives annual income and withholding information 5 points

  • Form W-2

  • Form W-4

  • Pay stub

  • Invoice


Money received from wages and salaries rent interest and profit 5 points
Money received from wages and salaries, rent, interest, and rateprofit5 points

  • Tax refund

  • Compound interest

  • Income

  • Proportional tax


The federal agency that collects income taxes in the united states 5 points
The federal agency that collects income taxes in the United rateStates5 points

  • Federal Bureau of Investigation

  • Department of Human Services

  • Department of Homeland Security

  • Internal Revenue Service


Tax that takes the same percentage of income from people in all income groups 5 points
Tax that takes the same percentage of income from people in all income groups.5 points

  • Progressive tax

  • Proportional tax

  • Regressive tax

  • Tax refund


Tax that takes a larger percentage of income from people in higher-income groups than from people in lower-income groups5 points

  • Regressive tax

  • Progressive tax

  • Sales tax

  • Proportional tax


Compensation received by employees for services performed paid as a fixed sum paid for a specific period of time.5 points

  • Salary

  • Wage

  • Tax refund

  • Credit card


Money owed by the government to taxpayers when their total tax payments are greater than the total tax.5 points

  • Tax liability

  • Tax refund

  • Adjusted gross income

  • Proportional tax


Compensation received by employees for services performed usually based on an hourly rate of pay.5 points

  • Wages

  • Salary

  • Tax return

  • 1040 EZ


When the interest you earn also earns interest 5 points
When the interest you earn also earns usually based on an hourly rate of payinterest5 points

  • Complex interest

  • Double or nothing

  • Simple interest

  • Compound interest


Describes how quickly and conveniently you can retrieve your money as cash 5 points
Describes how quickly and conveniently you can retrieve your money as cash5 points

  • Savings accounts

  • Stocks

  • Liquidity

  • Certificates of deposit


When the amount of the checks you write is greater than the amount of money in your account5 points

  • Deposit

  • Endorsement

  • Withdrawal

  • Overdrawn


Your signed approval (on the back of the check) for a check to be cashed, deposited, or assigned to someone else5 points

  • Deposit ticket

  • Direct deposit

  • Endorsement

  • Automatic electronic transfer


Tells the bank to add money to your account 5 points
Tells the bank to add money to your to be cashed, deposited, or assigned to someone account5 points

  • Check

  • Money order

  • Withdrawal slip

  • Deposit slip


The ability of a consumer to obtain goods or services before payment, based on an agreement to pay later.5 points

  • Credit

  • Debit card

  • Interest

  • Incentive


The price of using someone else s money 5 points
The price of using someone else's payment, based on an agreement to pay latermoney5 points

  • Credit

  • Automatic electronic transfer

  • Incentives

  • Interest


A loan that is not backed up by collateral 5 points
A loan that is not backed up by collateral payment, based on an agreement to pay later.5 points

  • Unsecured loan

  • Secured loan

  • Interest

  • Debit card


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