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Zechariah Mayert

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What provides a bank with collateral on a car loan

The car itself

What is one of the disadvantages of getting a government-sponsored mortgage

Government mortgages put a limit on the purchase price of a house. Government mortgages take a long time and a lot of paperwork to get approved.

What describes how a fixed-rate mortgage works

The monthly payment on a fixed-rate mortgage never changes.

Which of these is an example of a fixed expense

Rent

food

car payment

electric bill

When is liability insurance needed

When you cause an accident that damages another vehicle or hurts someone

What can discretionary funds be used to pay for

Discretionary funds are government spending by passing an appropriations bill to pay for a program such as military spending or education. The money is raised and can only be spent on the program in the bill.

How do flexible expenses differ from fixed expenses

Flexible expenses vary over time.

Why can consumers have influence over politicians

Politicians rely on the votes of consumers to keep them in office.

How has the Internet helped boycotters

It enables boycotters to organize and publicize their activities more easily.

Why is renting an apartment usually cheaper than buying a house

Buying a house is an investment that pays off in the long run.

Consumers can use lobbying to accomplish what

To get the government to pass new laws

Does globalization benefit us

Some people will say it does, and some will say it won't. But really, globalization is different for everyone.

Which of these describes how a five or one ARM mortgage works

The interest rate is fixed for five years and then changes every year afterward describes how a five or one arm mortgage works.

What describes the kinds of decisions that result from using cost-benefit analysis

An outcome with benefits that are greater than the costs.

What are the correct steps to show how a budget is made

a

b

d

c

Which is most likely to lead to an increase in the price of company's stock

Its profits increase

Can you pay your credit card bill by another credit card

Yes you can pay your credit card bill by another credit card. It is called balance transfers, you can transfer the balance of another credit card that has a high interest to a credit card that has a low interest. Hopefully this answers your question.

Why might a letter - writing campaign get a company to change its business practices

The company might fear that the letter-writing campaign will become a boycott if it doesn't respond

Which of these shows how a loan is paid by listing the principal and interest with each payment

An amortization table

What is one of the primary concerns of socially responsible consumers

Substainability

What Helps people keep track of the amount of money in the checking account

Checkbook registers (apex)

How are credit unions different from other banks

Credit unions are different from banks in how they handle your money and the services they provided for their customers. Credit unions are smaller, locally run and managed, and have really solid customer service. Most credit unions offer savings accounts with "passport" type kits. Each time you deposit money, they make a note in your "passport".

Match each of the terms below with an example that fits the term.

Idk

I dont know

What time is Churchill most clearly using

I cannot answer this question.

Match each organization with its correct relationship to the government

A. Social security _ government agency

B. U.S. Postal Service _ government corporation

C. Boeing _ government contractor

Match each type of unfair business practice with its description (apex)

1.Vendor lock in: a company say a wide range of product can be used with its products but this is not true.

  1. Price fixing: a group of companies agree that all of them will charge the same price.

3.Predatory pricing: a large company charges a price below production cost in order to eliminate small competitors.

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