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Using Credit TODAY YOU WILL EXAMINE REASONS WHY PEOPLE USE CREDIT. 1 ©2012 National Endowment for Financial Education | Lesson 2-1: Using Credit
Good or Bad When is it OK to borrow money? When is borrowing money not a good idea? ©2012 National Endowment for Financial Education | Lesson 2-1: Using Credit 2
Today you will … Answer these questions: Why do people borrow money? When is it acceptable and unacceptable to use credit? How does borrowing impact spending power? Use what you learn to recognize situations when it makes sense to either use credit or to avoid using credit. 3 ©2012 National Endowment for Financial Education | Lesson 2-1: Using Credit
Meet Mariah and Jesse ©2012 National Endowment for Financial Education | Lesson 2-1: Using Credit 4 Mariah– junior Lives at home Part-time job Responsible for own expenses Saving for college Wants her own credit card Jesse– sophomore Lives at home No job now Saving to buy a truck when he gets license
Using Credit Credit Buy something now; pay for it later ©2012 National Endowment for Financial Education | Lesson 2-1: Using Credit 5 How we use credit is what’s good or bad
Credit in the Community ©2012 National Endowment for Financial Education | Lesson 2-1: Using Credit 6 Consumers spend more money Demand for products and services rises Companies spend more and hire more employees Employees earn more money
Credit Options Revolving credit (example: credit card) – Borrow for multiple purchases without going over credit limit – Repay what is owed each month Installment credit (example: car loan) – Borrow a specific amount of money to buy something now – Make regular payments to repay over time by a set date Cash loans – Borrow a specific amount of cash to repay later by a set date Service credit (example: cellphone, electricity) – Promise to pay for services used each month ©2012 National Endowment for Financial Education | Lesson 2-1: Using Credit 7
Jesse’s Plan Jesse’s Monthly Plan No Loan Jesse’s Monthly Plan With Loan ©2012 National Endowment for Financial Education | Lesson 2-1: Using Credit 8
Now or Later Instant Gratification An unwillingness to give up something now in return for something later Delayed Gratification A willingness to give up something now in return for something later ©2012 National Endowment for Financial Education | Lesson 2-1: Using Credit 9
Stop Drop and Think Before Using Credit ©2012 National Endowment for Financial Education | Lesson 2-1: Using Credit 10 Do I need this or do I want it?If I don’t need it, why do I want it?Exactly when will I use (or wear) it?Can I find it for less somewhere else?What will I have to give up or put off by using credit to buy this now?
Role Play Take on the role of Mariah or her mother to role play a conversation about whether or not Mariah should have her own credit card. ©2012 National Endowment for Financial Education | Lesson 2-1: Using Credit 11
Reflection Review your responses to the Borrowing Fitness Test. How do you rate your ability to be a responsible borrower? What changes can you make for improvement? (C)2012 National Endowment for Financial Education | Lesson 2-1: Using Credit 12
Analogy Mariah’s mom is not sure she even understands what credit is and asks her to compare it to something else. Mariah has a difficult time coming up with a comparison. Help her out. Complete the following analogy: “Credit is like a car because …” ©2012 National Endowment for Financial Education | Lesson 2-1: Using Credit 13
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