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THIS. IS. Jeopardy. Your. With. Host. Mr. B. Jeopardy. Goals. Careers. Budgets. Banking. Interest. Miscellaneous. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300. 400. 400. 400. 400. 400. 400. 500. 500. 500. 500.

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THIS

IS

Jeopardy


Your

With

Host...

Mr. B


Jeopardy

Goals

Careers

Budgets

Banking

Interest

Miscellaneous

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What is inflation? another

A 300







What is a job? dividends.

B 100


Measure of quality of life based on the amounts and kinds of goods and services a person can buy.

B 200


What is standard of living? goods and services a person can buy.

B 200



What is a resume? over other applicants.

B 300


Employee benefit that funds or reimburses the classes you take to further your education or job-related knowledge.

B 400


What is education assistance? take to further your education or job-related knowledge.

B 400


The six employee benefits we discussed in class. take to further your education or job-related knowledge.

B 500


What are paid leave, health insurance, retirement, life insurance, disability insurance, and education assistance?

B 500


The difference between a person’s assets and liabilities. insurance, disability insurance, and education assistance?

C 100


What is their net worth? insurance, disability insurance, and education assistance?

C 100


The four payroll deductions commonly seen on your paycheck. insurance, disability insurance, and education assistance?

C 200


What are federal income tax, state income tax, social security tax and medicare tax?

C 200


The number of hours you worked times your hourly wage. security tax and medicare tax?

C 300


What is your gross income? security tax and medicare tax?

C 300


DAILY DOUBLE security tax and medicare tax?

DAILY DOUBLE

Place A Wager

C 400


This expense costs the same amount every time and you pay for it on a consistent basis (monthly, weekly).

C 400


What is a fixed expense? for it on a consistent basis (monthly, weekly).

C 400


PYF for it on a consistent basis (monthly, weekly).

C 500


What is “pay yourself first”? for it on a consistent basis (monthly, weekly).

C 500


The three main services that financial institutions provide. for it on a consistent basis (monthly, weekly).

D 100


What are saving, payment services, and borrowing. for it on a consistent basis (monthly, weekly).

D 100



What is the FDIC? deposits in banks.

D 200



What is the rate of return? from earned interest.

D 300



What is check clearing? is available for withdrawal.

D 400


Report that accounts for the differences between the bank statement and your checkbook balance.

D 500


What is bank reconciliation? statement and your checkbook balance.

D 500


The original amount of money you deposit. statement and your checkbook balance.

E 100


What is the principal? statement and your checkbook balance.

E 100



What is $80.00? interest rate of 4%.

E 200


Total amount of money in your account after one year with a starting principal of $5,545 and an interest rate of 2%.

E 300


What is $5,655.90? starting principal of $5,545 and an interest rate of 2%.

E 300


The total interest earned with a principal of $3,500 and an interest rate of 5% over 3 years?

E 400


What is $551.69? interest rate of 5% over 3 years?

E 400


The total amount of money in your account after 5 years with a principal of $1,265 with an interest rate of 4%.

E 500


What is $1,539.06 a principal of $1,265 with an interest rate of 4%.

E 500



What is liquidity? without loss of value.

F 100



What is overdraft protection? cover check written.

F 200


Cash inflow, the money you receive. cover check written.

F 300


What is income? cover check written.

F 300


Money an individual owes, debts. cover check written.

F 400


What are liabilities? cover check written.

F 400


Interest earning interest. cover check written.

F 500


What is compounding? cover check written.

F 500


The Final Jeopardy Category is: cover check written.

Banking

Please record your wager.

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Another term for the process of bank reconciliation. cover check written.

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What is balancing your checkbook? cover check written.

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Thank You for Playing Jeopardy! cover check written.

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