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Per Fin Final Exam 5

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Money that an individual spends is referred to as: Cash Outflows
Which of the following questions would you be most likely to ask when creating a plan for investing? How much risk can I tolerate?
Deciding how much money to keep in a checking account and in a savings account is part of a(n) _____ plan. Liquidity management
Allowance Nicole receives from her parent is inflow or outflow? Inflow
Interest Nicole earns from her saving account is inflow or outflow? Inflow
Interest Nicole is charged on her credit card balance is inflow or outflow? Outflow
Which of the following is most important to creating a successful financial plan? Establishing clear goals
Your financial goals are most directly tied to your income, your ______, and your choice of career. Level of education
Savings accounts, grants, and jobs are all potential sources of _______. Income
Is monthly rent a fixed expense or variable expense? Fixed expense
Is money spend on entertainment in one month a fixed expense or variable expense? Variable expense
Is money spent on gas in one month a fixed expense or variable expense? Variable expense
Is a monthly water bill a fixed expense or variable expense? Variable expense
Is a credit card bill a fixed expense or variable expense? Variable expense
Is buying a motorcycle next year a short-term goal, long-term goal or intermediate-term goal? Intermediate-term goal
Is contributing $100 per month for a year to savings a a short-term goal, long-term goal or intermediate-term goal? Short-term goal
Is saving $10,000 over six years for a down payment on a condo a short-term goal, long-term goal or intermediate-term goal? Long-term goal
In which of the following career fields are jobs expected to be created at the fasted rate from 2010-2020? Personal care and home health aides
Order the steps in developing a career path: Learning about compensation, job availability, and education and skill requirements; List your interests; Identify possible career choices
Master's degrees, law degrees and doctoral degrees are all examples of: Graduate degrees.
Created by: Traceyshea