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EDUCATION AND PLAY
Tuition and Books
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Savings for Goals
Sample Lesson for the Jump$tart Coalitions Know Your Take-Home Pay Principle
Prepared by the National Endowment for Financial Education
Employee: Lucinda Smith.
Pay Period: 11/9/97 to 11/16/97
Pay Date: 11/16/97
I p Net Pay: $231.71
Income Matching Terms
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GIFT EXPENDITURE CHART
Gifts are among those extra expenses that when added together can throw a
budget way out of line. People tend to buy gifts on impulse and fail to comparison
1. Place a total dollar amount by each category of
betas "Personal Finance Problem Rose-Berry is attempting to evaluate two possible'portfolios, which
consist of the same ve assets held in different proportions. She is particularly interested in using beta to
compare the risks of the portfolios, so she ha
Risk and probability MicroPub,'liicigcosidergthe purchasieof one of two microlm cameras, R and S.
Both should provide benets over a 10-year period, and each requires an initial investment of $6,000.
Management has constructed the following table of estim
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Directions: In the following example, employees are paid an hourly rate of $8.80 for the first 40 hours
within a given week. Any hours over 40 are paid at the time and a half rate, which is $13.20.
Calculate the gross pay in the table below. The
other income next year:
Mary's Monthly Expenses
Rent $ (700
Electrical bill ' 83M
Gasbill $ lm '
Food and Clothing:
Food at home , $ 3 Q_ .
Food away from home $ f 2(2
Laundry and cleaning $KL
Your' uncle just gave you $1,000 to spend as you wish.
What will you do-with this money and why?
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113 Name ' Date
A MONEY MANAGEMENT CHECKLIST
Discuss these money management practices with your family
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Cost of common stock equity Assume that today is January 1, 2013. Ross Textiles wishes to measure its cost
of cowon stock equity. The fnm's stock is currently selling for $28.50. The rm expects to pay a $5.50
dividend at the end of the year (2013). The gr
WACC and target weights After careful analysis, Dexter Brothers has determined that its optimal capital
structure is composed of the sources and target market value weights shown in the following table:
The cost of debt is estimated to be 8.5%; the cost
The cost of debt Gronseth Drywall Systems, Inc., is in discussions with its investment bankers regarding the
issuance of new bonds. The investment banker has informed the rm that different maturities Will carry
different coupon rates and sell at different
STUDENT EXERCISE 1
FINANCIAL DECISIONS 77
letter in the space provided.
. financial plan
K. college education
. decision making
D. pay yourself first
. emergency fund
1. money that is readil
Whjh institution has the most benefits for a checking account?
three things would influence your decision the most when looking for
a checking account?
minimum bolmcg, , overdraqc L/HCrZSf'
Why would a financial institution require a minimum ba
Capital asset pricing model (CAPM) Mliortheasset shop/him the follOwing table, use the capital asset pricing
model to find the required return.
Risk-free 3, Market 521
rate, R F 1' return, rm Beta, b
2% ' l 1% . 1.9
The capital asset pricing model