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What institution insures individual banking accounts

minimum check-writing fee

Which American president's image was used first on a circulation coin

Abraham Lincoln

How can you tell if an Internet site is secure

A padlock symbol appears on the page.
Internet security is a matter of great concern for internet users. It is important to know if a website is secure or not while surfing the internet.

This is Paula's monthly budget What percent of her expenses is spent on insurance

20Given Paula's monthly budget, the percentage of expenses spent on insurance can be determined by subtracting all the other expenses from the monthly budget, which leaves you with the anoint spent on insurance.

Sherry had an ending balance of 125.36 outstanding deposits of 153.53 and outstanding checks of 100.19 What was her checkbook balance

178.70

What is used to reconcile a bank statement

Ending Balance: $676.23

Outstanding Deposits: $356.71

Outstanding Checks: $321.15

711.79

Which type of interest is better to have when applying for a loan
How can the federal government affect fiscal policy

Generally speaking the fiscal policies of the US Federal government are related to the monetary policies of the US Federal Reserve System. With that said, US fiscal policies of the Federal government can affect the economic situation of the US. The Federal government can do the following to influence the US economy, all of which are meant to improve the economy, however, that may not be the intended result. Here are some but not all examples of how the economy of the US can be affected by the Federal government:

* Increase or decrease income taxes on personal and corporate income;

* Increase or decrease gasoline taxes;

* Increase or decrease tariffs;

* Increase or decrease capital gains taxes ( part of income taxation );

* Increase or decrease social security payments;

* increase or decrease certain Medicare prices (costs )

* increase or decrease Federal employment policies;

* increase or decrease social spending in terms of food stamps as an example; and

* Increase or maintain current levels of the national debt ceiling.

Which of these occurs during the decline of prices due to insufficient money supply
How much interest will 2000 earn at 5 percent over four years compounded yearly

It earns 431.0125 .

After 4 years, it has grown to 2,431.01 .

Why does monetary policy more directly influence businesses and individuals than fiscal policy does

on A+: because of its effect on interest rates :))

Which of these were produced by the first mint in 1793

copper cent and half-cent pieces

Which of these is not one of the ways in which the Federal Reserve can affect the country's monetary policy
Which of these is not a goal of monetary policy

to manage how tax revenue will be spent

What does automatically withdraws the amount of a purchase from the consumers checking account

debit card

Which of these occurs when a person misrepresents the value of a tradable item or never completes the agreed-upon trade

swaplifting

Paula prepared the following budget how much discretionary income does Paula have each month

4

What statement about the federal reserve system is not true

It is responsible for FDIC

What were found on the first coins issued by the us mint

symbols of liberty

What describes discount loans

They require the interest to be paid first.

The Federal Reserve is comprised of how many nationwide districts

12

Where was the first United states mint located

Philidelphia

What is the adjustment of an economys money supply by a central bank

Monetary policy

If money supply growth exceeds the growth of the overall economy what is the result

Inflation

Cindy has a savings account with National Bank. She earns 4 interest compounded yearly on 1250.00. What amount will she receive in interest in three years

$156.08

When This is the monthly budget for the reed family. What percentage of expenses is spent on utilities

Divide the utility expense by the monthly budget. Multiply the result by 100.

Which of these is an example of a variable expense

Utilities

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