Chapter 13 Quiz
Which one of the following investments offers the least liquidity?
John Hernandez is 24 and has saved enough money to fund an adequate emergency
fund. In addition
Which one of the following is not an element of corporate culture?
Lines of communication
An interview designed to reduce the number of candidates for a position to a workable
size is a(n
Chapter 10 Review
Nick Rodr owns a home in Edmond, Oklahoma and pays $665 per year in insurance
on the home. The $665 is an example of a:
The 100 in 100/300/50 refers to:
the amount of the deductible.
the limit for
To determine a person's solvency, which financial document should be consulted?
Cash flow statement
Debt consolidation statement
A family has a net worth of $156,000 and liabilities of $167,000, what is the amount of
Chapter 4 Quiz Review
Which of the following is a major source of revenue for local governments?
Real estate property tax
Social Security tax
Which form would an individual use who has less than $100,000 in taxable in
Chapter 9 Review
A cost associated with renting would be:
Renting would be most appropriate for people who:
have limited funds currently available.
enjoy remodeling their re
Chapter 8 Review
The expected value of a vehicle at the end of a lease is called the:
Impulse buying refers to:
selecting the least d
Raymond Carter has a type of medical insurance that has a very low deductible and
pays for hospital, surgical, medical, and other bills under one plan. What type of
insurance does he have?
Comprehensive major medical
Chapter 5 Quiz Review
Which CD attempts to attract savers with gifts or special rates?
An all-purpose account that provides several services is a(n):
asset management account.
Chapter 2 Financial Aspects of Career Planning
Career Choice Factors
Job: An employment position obtained mainly to earn money, without regard for
interests or opportunities for advancement.
Career: A commitment to a profession that requires continued tra
Chapter 1 Personal Finance Basics and the Time Value of Money
The Financial Planning Process
Personal financial planning is the process of managing money to achieve personal
economic satisfaction. The planning process allows people to control their financ
Chapter 6 Quiz Review
1. Lester McCann is thinking about getting a loan for a new car. He knows that when
he goes shopping for a loan that all of the banks must report the annual percentage
rate as well as all other terms and conditions of the loan. This