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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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2 Ms. Wagemaker Coginchaug Regional High School

3 Personal Finance Jeopardy Getting a Job Your Paycheck Your Budget Your Banking

4 Credits Exit

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

6 Getting a Job $100 form 1040

7 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

8 Getting a Job $200 your Social Security number

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

10 Getting a Job $300 Social Security tax

11 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

12 Getting a Job $400 $2,000

13 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

14 Getting a Job $500 $21,000

15 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? $ $ $ $587.31

16 Your Paycheck $100 $587.31

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

18 Your Paycheck $200 Social Security tax

19 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.

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

21 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

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

23 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

24 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

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

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

27 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

28 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

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

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

31 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

32 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

33 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.

34 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.

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

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

37 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

38 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

39 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

40 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

41 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.

42 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.

43 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

44 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


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