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4 Directions: Scroll through the presentation and enter the answers (which are really the questions) and the questions (which are really the answers). Enter in the categories on the main game boards. As you play the game, click on the TEXT DOLLAR AMOUNT that the contestant calls, not the surrounding box. When they have given a question, click again anywhere on the screen to see the correct question. Keep track of which questions have already been picked by printing out the game board screen and checking off as you go. Click on the Game box to return to the main scoreboard. Enter the score into the black box on each players podium. Continue until all clues are given. When finished, DO NOT save the game. This will overwrite the program with the scores and data you enter. You MAY save it as a different name, but keep this file untouched!

5 Round 1Round 2 Final Jeopardy

6 CREDIT HOME BANKS POT LUCK $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Round 2 Final Jeopardy Scores

7 $100 What is sodium?

8 $100 A.Sugars B.Salts C.Fats D.Carbohydrates A.Sugars B.Salts C.Fats D.Carbohydrates Scores

9 $200 Which describes a healthy diet?

10 $200 A.High in protein B.Less than 1000 calories per day C.Balanced D.High in fats, sugars and salt A.High in protein B.Less than 1000 calories per day C.Balanced D.High in fats, sugars and salt Scores

11 $300 Ideally, which meal should be the highest in calories?

12 $300 A.Breakfast B.Lunch C.Dinner D.Late night snack A.Breakfast B.Lunch C.Dinner D.Late night snack Scores

13 $400 Where is the fat in your body mostly located?

14 $400 A.Your stomach B.Under your skin C.Your heart D.It is evenly distributed A.Your stomach B.Under your skin C.Your heart D.It is evenly distributed Scores

15 $500 What is the minimum number of daily calories needed for the average person to live a healthy life?

16 $500 A.100 B.500 C.1200 D.5000 A.100 B.500 C.1200 D.5000 Scores

17 $100 How does a credit lender make money from customers?

18 $100 A.Charging interest B.Reprocessing merchandise C.Awarding points on purchases D.Encouraging them to pay in full within a month A.Charging interest B.Reprocessing merchandise C.Awarding points on purchases D.Encouraging them to pay in full within a month Scores

19 $200 What is the name given to all transactions within a month presented for payment to customers?

20 $200 A.Balance B.Receipt C.Account fees D.Statement A.Balance B.Receipt C.Account fees D.Statement Scores

21 $300 Which of the following will result in an additional charge on your account?

22 $300 A.Paying late B.Paying off the balance C.Asking for an up-to- date balance D.Adding another cardholder A.Paying late B.Paying off the balance C.Asking for an up-to- date balance D.Adding another cardholder Scores

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24 $400 What would be a good credit score?

25 $400 A.Under 500 B.Over 1000 C.Between 500 and 700 D.Between 700 and 900 A.Under 500 B.Over 1000 C.Between 500 and 700 D.Between 700 and 900 Scores

26 $500 When should you never give your credit card number to a person?

27 $500 A.Over the phone when you make the call B.Over the phone when you are called C.To a store where you are making a purchase D.On an application for credit A.Over the phone when you make the call B.Over the phone when you are called C.To a store where you are making a purchase D.On an application for credit Scores

28 $100 Which of the following is not a utility?

29 $100 A.Telephone B.Natural gas for heating C.Natural gas for cooking D.Electricity A.Telephone B.Natural gas for heating C.Natural gas for cooking D.Electricity Scores

30 $200 If you are renting an apartment, what kind of contract would you sign?

31 $200 A.Retainer B.Lease C.Release of information D.Employment A.Retainer B.Lease C.Release of information D.Employment Scores

32 $300 What does a bathroom have to have to be considered a full bath?

33 $300 A.Toilet B.Sink C.Tub D.Shower A.Toilet B.Sink C.Tub D.Shower Scores

34 $400 By law, which of the following can be not allowed or permitted by a landlord?

35 $400 A.Children B.Guests C.Pets D.Drinking A.Children B.Guests C.Pets D.Drinking Scores

36 $500 In a lease, what will a landlord ask you to give him/her in addition to your rent?

37 $500 A.A credit card number B.A security deposit C.Your social security number D.Three references from previous landlords A.A credit card number B.A security deposit C.Your social security number D.Three references from previous landlords Scores

38 $100 How often are most people paid a salary or wages?

39 $100 A.Daily B.Weekly C.Biweekly D.Semiweekly A.Daily B.Weekly C.Biweekly D.Semiweekly Scores

40 $200 Which of the following is legally required for all jobs?

41 $200 A.A good education B.State licensing C.References D.A social security number A.A good education B.State licensing C.References D.A social security number Scores

42 $300 Where will you find your gross pay, deductions, and your net pay?

43 $300 A.On your pay check B.On your pay stub C.In your employment contract D.On your bank statement A.On your pay check B.On your pay stub C.In your employment contract D.On your bank statement Scores

44 $400 In which of the following categories can an employer discriminate against you legally ?

45 $400 A.Age B.Race C.Religion D.Experience A.Age B.Race C.Religion D.Experience Scores

46 $500 An employer will deduct FICA from your paycheck. What is FICA commonly known as?

47 $500 A.Federal income tax B.Social Security C.Medicare D.Union dues A.Federal income tax B.Social Security C.Medicare D.Union dues Scores

48 $100 Of the following, which is not a service in a bank?

49 $100 A.Savings accounts B.Health insurance C.Home mortgages D.Checking accounts A.Savings accounts B.Health insurance C.Home mortgages D.Checking accounts Scores

50 $200 What is an ATM?

51 $200 A.A machine used for banking B.A deposit account C.Automatic time mechanism D.Method of transferring funds between banks A.A machine used for banking B.A deposit account C.Automatic time mechanism D.Method of transferring funds between banks Scores

52 $300 Putting money into your account is to ___ it.

53 $300 A.Deposit B.Withdraw C.Get a monthly statement D.Write a check A.Deposit B.Withdraw C.Get a monthly statement D.Write a check Scores

54 $400 The term used to make your register to agree with your monthly banks statement is ____.

55 $400 A.Find the ending balance B.Pay outstanding checks C.Reconcile D.Endorse A.Find the ending balance B.Pay outstanding checks C.Reconcile D.Endorse Scores

56 $500 What is a cancelled check?

57 $500 A.Those returned with the statement B.Those not yet cashed C.Ones for which there is not enough money D.Those with a mistake A.Those returned with the statement B.Those not yet cashed C.Ones for which there is not enough money D.Those with a mistake Scores

58 $100 What are insurance rates based upon?

59 $100 A.Health B.Risks C.Prior records D.Credit ratings A.Health B.Risks C.Prior records D.Credit ratings Scores

60 $200 Which of the following contains caffeine?

61 $200 A.Chocolate chip cookies B.Fruits and vegetables C.Dairy products D.Peanut butter A.Chocolate chip cookies B.Fruits and vegetables C.Dairy products D.Peanut butter Scores

62 $300 What paper might you have to write for a job?

63 $300 A.Term paper B.Evaluation C.Reference D.Resume A.Term paper B.Evaluation C.Reference D.Resume Scores

64 $400 Which of the following degree takes an average of four years after high school to earn it?

65 $400 A.Associate B.Bachelor C.Masters D.Doctorate A.Associate B.Bachelor C.Masters D.Doctorate Scores

66 $500 Which of the following is the same as the insurance that covers your deposits in banks?

67 $500 A.FICA B.FTX C.IPASS D.FDIC A.FICA B.FTX C.IPASS D.FDIC Scores

68 SAVESPENDINVESTPLANCHECKPOT LUCK $200 $400 $600 $800 $1000 Round 1 Final Jeopardy Scores

69 $200 WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING HAS THE LOWEST INTEREST RATE?

70 $200 A.PASSBOOK SAVINGS B.PERSONAL LOANS C.MORTAGAGES D.CAR LOANS A.PASSBOOK SAVINGS B.PERSONAL LOANS C.MORTAGAGES D.CAR LOANS Scores

71 $400 WHAT IS THE FORMULA FOR FINDING INTEREST?

72 $400 A.I= r 2 B.I= d C.I=dth D.I=prt A.I= r 2 B.I= d C.I=dth D.I=prt Scores

73 $600 The best way to save on groceries is to…

74 $600 A.Shop once a week B.Use a list and stick to it C.Bring your menu D.Make two meals a day A.Shop once a week B.Use a list and stick to it C.Bring your menu D.Make two meals a day Scores

75 $800 When buying a used car, you should always…

76 $800 A.Take it to a professional mechanic B.Bring a friend to the dealer C.Kick the tires D.Test drive it for two to three miles A.Take it to a professional mechanic B.Bring a friend to the dealer C.Kick the tires D.Test drive it for two to three miles Scores

77 $1000 Which of the following is taxed at the lowest rate?

78 $1000 A.Income B.Automobiles C.Clothing D.Prescription medicines A.Income B.Automobiles C.Clothing D.Prescription medicines Scores

79 $200 What is a durable good?

80 $200 A.One that lasts a long time B.One that is disposable C.One that has positive feelings attached to it D.One that is rare A.One that lasts a long time B.One that is disposable C.One that has positive feelings attached to it D.One that is rare Scores

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82 $400 What is the leading factor in determining the cost of an item?

83 $400 A.Where you buy it B.Its quality C.Its usefulness D.Its scarcity A.Where you buy it B.Its quality C.Its usefulness D.Its scarcity Scores

84 $600 What field would one study if interested in selling things to the general population?

85 $600 A.Public relations B.Human resources C.Marketing D.Commercial arts A.Public relations B.Human resources C.Marketing D.Commercial arts Scores

86 $800 How is the real cost of food products compared by good consumers?

87 $800 A.By looking for the unit price on the shelf B.By buying the largest size available C.By shopping only at discount food chains D.By ordering online in quantity A.By looking for the unit price on the shelf B.By buying the largest size available C.By shopping only at discount food chains D.By ordering online in quantity Scores

88 $1000 Why do some retailers issue cards or tags to regular customers?

89 $1000 A.To give a break in prices for loyalty B.To encourage them to return C.To make them believe they are saving money D.To keep track of what is bought and stock those goods A.To give a break in prices for loyalty B.To encourage them to return C.To make them believe they are saving money D.To keep track of what is bought and stock those goods Scores

90 $200 What is the primary motive of most investors?

91 $200 A.To make money B.To save for their future C.To create jobs D.To prevent unnecessary spending A.To make money B.To save for their future C.To create jobs D.To prevent unnecessary spending Scores

92 $400 How do most families invest their money?

93 $400 A.Buying a home B.Having a passbook savings account C.Buying stocks and bonds D.Savings bonds A.Buying a home B.Having a passbook savings account C.Buying stocks and bonds D.Savings bonds Scores

94 $600 Which of the following is the safest investment?

95 $600 A.Hiring an investment counselor B.Buying US savings bonds C.Getting life insurance D.Playing the stock market A.Hiring an investment counselor B.Buying US savings bonds C.Getting life insurance D.Playing the stock market Scores

96 $800 Employer- sponsored plans for retirement are called ____.

97 $800 A.401Ks B.Profit sharing C.Union dues D.Flexible spending accounts A.401Ks B.Profit sharing C.Union dues D.Flexible spending accounts Scores

98 $1000 If one were investing money for the short term, his/her choice would be….

99 $1000 A.The stock market B.Getting an advanced degree C.Setting up a college fund for his/her children D.Buying life insurance A.The stock market B.Getting an advanced degree C.Setting up a college fund for his/her children D.Buying life insurance Scores

100 $200 What is a plan for spending and savings called?

101 $200 A.A stock portfolio B.A pension C.A budget D.A check register A.A stock portfolio B.A pension C.A budget D.A check register Scores

102 $400 Which of the following is not a flexible expenditure?

103 $400 A.Food B.Clothing C.Rent D.Entertainment A.Food B.Clothing C.Rent D.Entertainment Scores

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105 $600 discretionary What does the term discretionary mean in a spending plan?

106 $600 A.Things you must purchase B.Things you can choose to purchase C.Things needed for survival D.Anything not food A.Things you must purchase B.Things you can choose to purchase C.Things needed for survival D.Anything not food Scores

107 $800 What is a reasonable percent to save or invest of your household income?

108 $800 A.1% B.10% C.25% D.100% A.1% B.10% C.25% D.100% Scores

109 $1000 When planning for finding a job, you need to consider….

110 $1000 A.Your qualifications B.The rate of pay C.If it is worth your time D.The personality of co- workers A.Your qualifications B.The rate of pay C.If it is worth your time D.The personality of co- workers Scores

111 $200 When do you write the word void on a check?

112 $200 A.If you dont trust the bank B.When the payee is suspicious C.If you are using another account D.If you make a mistake A.If you dont trust the bank B.When the payee is suspicious C.If you are using another account D.If you make a mistake Scores

113 $400 What is a check register?

114 $400 A.Your record of your account B.The banks record of your account C.A statement received monthly D.Your online bank record A.Your record of your account B.The banks record of your account C.A statement received monthly D.Your online bank record Scores

115 $600 What is a endorsement in full?

116 $600 A.When you sign over a check written to you to another person B.When you want to deposit a check C.When you sign your full name D.When you write the amount A.When you sign over a check written to you to another person B.When you want to deposit a check C.When you sign your full name D.When you write the amount Scores

117 $800 What is an outstanding check?

118 $800 A.One written for a large amount B.One that is very accurate C.One that has been cashed D.One that has not yet been cashed A.One written for a large amount B.One that is very accurate C.One that has been cashed D.One that has not yet been cashed Scores

119 $1000 What is the amount your currently have in your account called?

120 $1000 A.Balance B.Credit C.Debit D.Service fee A.Balance B.Credit C.Debit D.Service fee Scores

121 $200 What information is always given in apartment ads?

122 $200 A.The rent cost B.Number of bedrooms C.Number of baths D.Square footage total A.The rent cost B.Number of bedrooms C.Number of baths D.Square footage total Scores

123 $400 What term is used to tell you have much money your paycheck is giving you to take home?

124 $400 A.Net Pay B.Gross Pay C.Deductions D.Year-to-Date A.Net Pay B.Gross Pay C.Deductions D.Year-to-Date Scores

125 $600 What is statistically the leading factor in determining how much a person will earn in his/her lifetime?

126 $600 A.His/her education B.His/her intelligence C.His/her looks D.His/her parents A.His/her education B.His/her intelligence C.His/her looks D.His/her parents Scores

127 $800 Which occupation/career is correctly matched to the degree needed to enter the field?

128 $800 A.ElectricianAssociate B.PlumberBachelor C.EngineerDoctorate D.Social Worker-- Masters A.ElectricianAssociate B.PlumberBachelor C.EngineerDoctorate D.Social Worker-- Masters Scores

129 $1000 What animals describe a good stock market rise and a bad slump in the stock market?

130 $1000 A.Pony and a mule B.Bull and a bear C.Human and a monkey D.Lion and a mouse A.Pony and a mule B.Bull and a bear C.Human and a monkey D.Lion and a mouse Scores

131 Taxes Final Jeopardy Question

132 What is a deduction?

133 A.The total tax owed B.The amount given as a refund C.How much tax money you have already paid D.Expenses subtracted from income before taxes are paid A.The total tax owed B.The amount given as a refund C.How much tax money you have already paid D.Expenses subtracted from income before taxes are paid Scores


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