Ms. Wagemaker Coginchaug Regional High School Personal Finance Jeopardy Getting a Job Your Paycheck Your Budget Your Banking 100 200 300 400 500.

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Ms. Wagemaker Coginchaug Regional High School

Personal Finance Jeopardy Getting a Job Your Paycheck Your Budget Your Banking 100 200 300 400 500

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Getting a Job \$100 1. Which of the following documents is not necessary to apply for a job? application form personal data sheet form 1040 résumé

Getting a Job \$100 form 1040

Getting a Job \$200 Which of the following information do you not provide on a résumé? your Social Security number your contact information your current and previous job titles your volunteer activities

Getting a Job \$200 your Social Security number

Getting a Job \$300 Which tax must be paid by everyone who works? Social Security tax sales tax property tax none of the above

Getting a Job \$300 Social Security tax

Getting a Job \$400 Susan makes an annual salary of \$52,000. She gets paid every other week. What is her gross pay amount every other week? \$1,000 \$2,000 \$1,800 \$2,600

Getting a Job \$400 \$2,000

Getting a Job \$500 Charlie works at a car dealership. He is paid a 15% commission. He sells 12 cars during the month of August. His total sales for the month are \$350,000. If he sells over 10 cars, he gets a 1% bonus – the bonus is based on his total sales. How much are Charlie’s earnings for the month of August? \$12,000 \$21,000 \$15,500 \$21,500

Getting a Job \$500 \$21,000

Your Paycheck \$100 If you make \$18.00 an hour and work 40 hours a week, and your deductions equal \$132.69, what is your net pay? \$623.42 \$720.00 \$852.69 \$587.31

Your Paycheck \$200 Which tax must be paid by everyone who works? Social Security tax sales tax property tax none of the above

Your Paycheck \$200 Social Security tax

Your Paycheck \$300 The more tax allowances you claim on your Form W-4, the smaller your paycheck will be. the larger your paycheck will be. the more deductions your employer will withhold. the fewer deductions your employer will withhold.

Your Paycheck \$300 the larger your paycheck will be because less is taken out for taxes

Your Paycheck \$400 Which of the following deductions are MANDATORY? Social Security Charitable contributions Medicare State Income Taxes Retirement savings Federal Income Taxes Health Insurance Disability Insurance

Your Paycheck \$400 MANDATORY DEDUCTIONS: Social Security Charitable contributions Medicare State Income Taxes Retirement savings Federal Income Taxes Health Insurance Disability Insurance

Your Paycheck \$500 Which of the following deductions are VOLUNTARY? Social Security Charitable contributions Medicare State Income Taxes Retirement savings Federal Income Taxes Health Insurance Disability Insurance

Your Paycheck \$500 Which of the following deductions are VOLUNTARY? Social Security Charitable contributions Medicare State Income Taxes Retirement savings Federal Income Taxes Health Insurance Disability Insurance

Your Budget \$100 What is the first thing to consider when planning a budget? cash flow statement estimated expenses financial goals emergency fund

Your Budget \$100 What is the first thing to consider when planning a budget? cash flow statement estimated expenses financial goals emergency fund

Your Budget \$200 If your monthly income from your job is \$600, and you want to save 25%, how much would you save each month? \$125 \$200 \$150 \$250

Your Budget \$200 If your monthly income from your job is \$600, and you want to save 25%, how much would you save each month? \$125 \$200 \$150 \$250

Your Budget \$300 Fixed expenses include all of the following except electric bill. new tires. house payment. food.

Your Budget \$300 Fixed expenses include all of the following except electric bill. new tires. house payment. food.

Your Budget \$400 Which of the following most accurately describes a budget deficit? a.the money left over after all expenses are paid b.the difference between income and expenses c.expenses owed every month d.not having enough money to cover expenses

Your Budget \$400 Which of the following most accurately describes a budget deficit? a.the money left over after all expenses are paid b.the difference between income and expenses c.expenses owed every month d.not having enough money to cover expenses

Your Budget \$500 Your budget should reflect the three a.R’s: reality, responsibility, and restraint. b.R’s: realistic and responsible record keeping. c.S’s: simple, specific, and smart. d.S’s: share, save, spend.

Your Budget \$500 Your budget should reflect the three a.R’s: reality, responsibility, and restraint. b.R’s: realistic and responsible record keeping. c.S’s: simple, specific, and smart. d.S’s: share, save, spend.

Your Banking \$100 If you have \$113.69 in your checking account, and you spend \$115.44, you will be charged a(n) deduction. interest fee. late fee. overdraft fee.

Your Banking \$100 If you have \$113.69 in your checking account, and you spend \$115.44, you will be charged a(n) deduction. interest fee. late fee. overdraft fee.

Your Banking \$200 Which of the following is an example of interest? a.the fee charged by a check cashing company b.the money exchanged in a funds transfer c.the money a bank earns for lending money d.the fee a bank charges for an overdraft

Your Banking \$200 a.the fee charged by a check cashing company b.the money exchanged in a funds transfer c.the money a bank earns for lending money d.the fee a bank charges for an overdraft

Your Banking \$300 You need to fill out a __________ to ensure that the bank puts your money in the correct account. deposit slip checkbook register withdrawal slip signature card

Your Banking \$300 You need to fill out a __________ to ensure that the bank puts your money in the correct account. deposit slip checkbook register withdrawal slip signature card

Your Banking \$400 A checkbook register includes all the following columns except the date and type of transaction. the check number or transaction type. the date a transaction cleared the bank. the account balance.

Your Banking \$400 A checkbook register includes all the following columns except the date and type of transaction. the check number or transaction type. the date a transaction cleared the bank. the account balance.

Your Banking \$500 Which of the following could not be used to make purchases on credit? Visa card issued by your bank Gap Card debit card issued by your bank a BP gasoline card

Your Banking \$500 Which of the following could not be used to make purchases on credit? Visa card issued by your bank Gap Card debit card issued by your bank a BP gasoline card