Reflection #. Sticky notes at door. “Formal education will make you a living, self-education will make you a fortune.” How will you self educate? (3-5 sentences) Bell Quiz Day 3 Risk and Responsibilities of Credit. Class Assignment 2: Managing a Checking Account.
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Sticky notes at door
“Formal education will make you a living, self-education will make you a fortune.” How will you self educate?
Day 3 Risk and Responsibilities of Credit
Using your checks and deposit slips on (page), make the following banking transactions and record them on the check register (page ) in order. Today fill out:
Spend or Save?
Read the story about Penny and answer the questions in your study guide page 6.
Penny had to make a choice about whether to spend or save.
You must decide which of the three items you would prefer to have and why. (write it down on the sticky note) In your explanation compare how much you like to spend now for something available and know with spending for something that is unplanned or unexpected.
Why is it so hard to make saving and spending decisions with money and to decide, like Penny, whether to spend or save?
Create a license plate, billboard, or print ad encouraging your peers to save. Be creative!
Make a list of the clothes, personal care products and jewelry you are wearing. If you have braces on your teeth, include those as well. Include items from your bedroom; toys, cd’s, cd players, Ipods, video games, ect.
Place a dollar amount next to each item (how much it cost to purchase). Estimates are Ok.
Total up the cost on your list.
With this amount of money they must buy food, shelter and other necessities for their entire family!
How would you survive if that was all
the money your family had to spend in a
What would be the first things you
would be willing to give up to reduce