Final Study Guide (Multiple Choice Questions) (1)

Final Study Guide (Multiple Choice Questions) (1) - SFL 260...

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SFL 260 Section 1,2,6 Final Exam Study Guide (144 points) Multiple Choice Questions (84 questions, 1 point each) All of these questions come straight from the textbook and the Powerpoint slides available on Learning Suite. Here are a few specific hints for about 1/3 of the questions. Tips for Frugal Living (6-8 questions) Know how much it would cost to bake a two-pound loaf of bread from scratch, if you grind your own wheat from food storage. Know what H.A.L.T. stands for. Know what a loss leader is Work and Family: Finding Harmony (4-6 questions) Know the seven suggestions for finding harmony. Marriage and Money (8-10 questions) Know what percentage of couples who divorce are having financial problems. Know when a couple should start talking about finances. Know whether or not it is a good idea for married couples to hold all assets in common. Know what “MAD” money is. Children and Money (3 questions) Know the rules around the Hill Family Bank. Consecration (4 questions) Know the primary purposes of SFL 260 Know the 4 what’s of family finance Comprehensive Part Introduction (6-8 questions) Know the three things Dr. Hill mentioned on the first day of class that he wants you to remember. (e.g., life is hard …, etc.) Know the name of the personal finance website developed by the Marriott School
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