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  1. 15 £1,000,000 £ 500,000 14 13 £ 250,000 12 £ 125,000 11 £ 64,000 10 £ 32,000 Who Wants to be a Millionaire ? 9 £ 16,000 8 £ 8,000 7 £ 4,000 6 £ 2,000 £ 1,000 5 4 £ 500 3 £ 300 2 £ 200 1 £ 100

  2. What is a direct debit: 50-50Ask the audience Phone a friend A payment made by card A regular payment set up at the bank A B A payment in cash A payment made late C D

  3. A. A regular payment set up by the bank You have won £100

  4. What is an outgoing? 50-50Ask the audience Phone a friend Payment going into the bank Going out with friends A B Going to the bank Anything you spend money on C D

  5. D- Anything you spend money on You have won £200

  6. What is debt? 50-50Ask the audience Phone a friend Something you owe Something you are owed A B A present Something that is free C D

  7. B- Something you owe You have won £300

  8. Which of these is an income? 50-50 Ask the audience Phone a friend Wages Bus Fare A B Car Tax Rent C D

  9. B- Wages You have won £500

  10. What is interest? 50-50Ask the audience Phone a friend A amount taken from your savings An amount taken from your debt. A B An amount addedto your savings and debt None of the above C D

  11. Congratulations D- An amount added to your savings And debt

  12. What is a standing order: 50-50Ask the audience Phone a friend A regular set amount taken on a set Day from the bank A variable payment A B Money owed to you A one off payment C D

  13. B- A regular set amount Taken on a set day by the bank You have won £2000

  14. What does a budget need to be accurate: 50-50 Ask the audience Phone a friend Income Outgoings only A B Income and Outgoings None of the above C D

  15. C-Income and outgoings You win £4000

  16. Who should you speak to if you have any Questions about money: 50-50Ask the audience Phone a friend Anyone The police A B Stranger in the street Someone you trust C D

  17. D Someone you trust You have won £8000

  18. What is an overdraft: 50-50Ask the audience Phone a friend A moving current of air An agreed amount you can Borrow when your balance Is 0 A B A type of bank account. A cheque returned unpaid C D

  19. A – An agreed amount you can Borrow when your balance is 0 You have won £16,000

  20. What type of account would You normally pay your wages into: 50-50Ask the audience Phone a friend Savings Credit A B Current None of these C D

  21. C- Current Account. You have won £32,000

  22. What is the best way to become a good shopper?: 50-50Ask the audience Phone a friend Shop around & make sureyou get a good price Buy the first thing you see A B If you can afford it buy it Regardless of price None of the above C D

  23. B- Have the same rights as children born in that country £64,000

  24. Which of these statements are true: 50-50Ask the audience Phone a friend Be left alone Be ignored and treated the same A B Be paid lots of money Receive special help C D

  25. D- Receive special help to restore their self-respect. You have won £125,000

  26. What does BACS mean: 50-50Ask the audience Phone a friend Bankers AutomatedClearing System Bad Accounting Crime Section A B Big Accounts Clean System None of the above C D

  27. B- Bankers Automated Clearing System. You have won £250,000

  28. How long does a cheque take to clear: 50-50Ask the audience Phone a friend Depends if you have money In your account Straight Away A B 3-5 working days A month C D

  29. C- 3-5 working days. You have won £500,000

  30. How much can youspend on a debit card: 50-50Ask the audience Phone a friend £200 £50 A B however much You have in your account None of these C D

  31. Congratulations You are a Millionaire!

  32. A C 50 - 50 Back to question

  33. Ask the audience Back to question

  34. Phone a friend • Hello, its Chris Tarrant on Who wants to be a millionaire, this question is for £100. • It’s definitely A Chris Back to question

  35. B D 50-50 Back to question

  36. Ask the audience Back to question

  37. Phone a friend • Hello, its Chris Tarrant on Who wants to be a millionaire, this question is for £200 • It has to be D Chris. Back to question

  38. A B 50-50 Back to question

  39. Ask the audience Back to question

  40. Phone a friend • Hello, its Chris Tarrant on Who wants to be a millionaire, this question is for £300 • That’s definitely B. Back to question

  41. C B 50 - 50 Back to question

  42. Ask the audience Back to question

  43. Phone a friend • Hello, its Chris Tarrant on Who wants to be a millionaire, this question is for £500 • I’m 80% certain that its muscles, the rest thinks it may be organs Back to question

  44. C D 50 - 50 Back to question

  45. Ask the audience Back to question

  46. Phone a friend • Hello, its Chris Tarrant on Who wants to be a millionaire, this question is for £1000 • I really don’t know this one, just let me try and count. • Back to question

  47. B D 50-50 Back to question

  48. Ask the audience Back to question

  49. Phone a friend • Hello, its Chris Tarrant on Who wants to be a millionaire, this question is for £2000 • It is definitely a B…….. Wait a minute it may be C • Back to question

  50. A C 50 - 50 Back to question