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1 Banking Terminology Self-Study for Basic Econ Final Basic Economics (Lewis/Phipps)

2 Banking Terminology Self-Study Instructions The question will be first – click the mouse to see the answer Clicking the mouse a 2 nd time will move you on to the next question Review as many times as you need to

3 Banking Terminology Self-Study When you deposit or cash a check you are required to turn it over and sign the check (taking responsibility for the check). What is that called? Endorsement

4 Banking Terminology Self-Study A car loan, with your car as collateral, is an example of what kind of loan? Secured loan

5 Banking Terminology Self-Study You would rent this at a bank in order to keep important documents (passports, birth certificates, tax returns, etc.) safe. Safe Deposit Box

6 Banking Terminology Self-Study A personal loan, with no collateral is an example of what kind of loan? Unsecured loan

7 Banking Terminology Self-Study The fee a lender charges you to borrow money is called what? Unsecured loan

8 Banking Terminology Self-Study What do you call the password for an ATM/Debit card? PIN (personal identification number)

9 Banking Terminology Self-Study True or False If you use a debit card at a gas station you are making a POS (point of sale) transaction. True or False? True

10 Banking Terminology Self-Study True or False The funds in a Money Order are guaranteed. True or False? False

11 Banking Terminology Self-Study True or False The FDIC (Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation) insures depositors funds up to $100,000 per depositor per bank. True or False? True

12 Banking Terminology Self-Study True or False If your account is overdrawn you are not responsible for paying the money back to the bank if you dont want to. True or False? False

13 Banking Terminology Self-Study True or False A payee is the person or business the check is made payable to. True or False? True

14 Banking Terminology Self-Study True or False A debit adds to your balance. True or False? False – it subtracts

15 Banking Terminology Self-Study True or False Forgery is the alteration of a document with the intent to fraud. True or False? True

16 Banking Terminology Self-Study True or False In a joint tenancy account, both parties own the funds in the account equally. True or False? True

17 Banking Terminology Self-Study True or False Accrued interest is interest that has built up but has not yet been paid. True or False? True

18 Banking Terminology Self-Study True or False Outstanding checks are checks you have written that have not yet cleared the bank. True or False? True

19 Banking Terminology Self-Study True or False An NSF check is also known as a bounced or rubber check. True or False? True

20 Banking Terminology Self-Study Acronyms (or what do these letters mean?) POD Payable upon Death

21 Banking Terminology Self-Study Acronyms (or what do these letters mean?) EFT Electronic Funds Transfer

22 Banking Terminology Self-Study Acronyms (or what do these letters mean?) Payer The person who writes a check

23 Banking Terminology Self-Study Acronyms (or what do these letters mean?) CD Certificate of Deposit (you guarantee the bank that you will keep the funds on deposit for a certain length of time and they will pay you higher interest)

24 Banking Terminology Self-Study Acronyms (or what do these letters mean?) DOB Date of Birth

25 Banking Terminology Self-Study Acronyms (or what do these letters mean?) APR Annual percentage rate

26 Banking Terminology Self-Study Acronyms (or what do these letters mean?) OD Overdraft

27 Banking Terminology Self-Study Acronyms (or what do these letters mean?) NSF Non-sufficient funds

28 Banking Terminology Self-Study Acronyms (or what do these letters mean?) ATM Automated teller machine

29 Banking Terminology Self-Study Acronyms (or what do these letters mean?) Credit (does what to your balance)? Adds to your balance

30 Banking Terminology Self-Study Multiple Choice - choose best answer (s) Which of the following are most likely to be kept in your safe deposit box? passport birth certificate checking account statement copies of your will Passport, birth certificate, copies of your will

31 Banking Terminology Self-Study Multiple Choice - choose best answer (s) Bill accepted Sues personal check for some work he did for her. Bill endorsed it on the back and deposited it into his bank. The check (for $100) bounced and the bank charged Bill $ Which if the following is true? The bank is out the $ The bank has to contact Sue if they want their money. Bill can collect the $100 from Sue but he has to take responsibility for the $10 fee. Bill can collect both the $100 and the $10 fee from Sue. Bill can collect both the $100 and the $10 fee from Sue

32 Banking Terminology Self-Study Multiple Choice - choose best answer (s) What kind of account are you investing in if you put in money for a set period of time (and can not withdraw it early without a penalty)? Checking account Certificate of Deposit Savings account Money Market account Certificate of Deposit

33 Banking Terminology Self-Study Multiple Choice - choose best answer (s) The bank can put a hold on any checks you deposit until the check (funds) clears. Which of the following statement(s) is true? A. The bank has to tell you if they are putting a hold on your funds. B. The bank has to tell you how many days they are holding the funds. C. The bank uses your bank account history and the amount & kind of check to determine if they will hold your funds. D. If you write a check that comes in before the hold expires, the bank can bounce your check. E. All of the above

34 Banking Terminology Self-Study Multiple Choice - choose best answer (s) If you go bankrupt, which of the following happens? (May be more than one correct answer) A. Your credit rating is negatively affected for 7 years B. You still owe the creditors money but have more time to pay it back C. Bankruptcy discharges (clears) your debts A & C

35 Banking Terminology Self-Study Multiple Choice - choose best answer (s) Which of the following are examples of collateral? (May be more than one correct answer) A. The loan company has their name on the pink slip for your new car B. The loan company has their name on the mortgage to your house C. The bank puts a hold on your savings account for the amount of money you borrow D. The bail bondsman asks for a percentage of your bail up front in order to insure that you show up for court E. You loan money to your friend with a verbal agreement and a handshake A, B, C, D

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