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Title: Jeopardy


1
Instructions for using this game.
  • Remember this is Jeopardy, so where I have typed
    an Answer this is the prompt the students will
    see, and where I have a Question this should
    be the students response.
  • IF YOU WANT TO CHANGE AN ANSWER OR QUESTION To
    enter your questions and answers, click once on
    the text on the slide, then highlight and just
    type over whats there to replace it. If you hit
    Delete or Backspace, it sometimes makes the text
    box disappear.
  • AS YOU ARE PLAYING When you finish with an
    answer or a question, go to the button on the
    bottom right of the screen. It will take you to
    the next location until you have finished with
    all of the items on the playing board.
  • WHEN YOU ARE FINISHED WITH THE SQUARES ON THE
    BOARD click on the square (lower right) and go
    to previous slide 3) which will then direct you
    to the final jeopardy slide answer and then
    question. AFTER SOUND BYTE, CLICK BELOW THE SOUND
    ICON TO MOVE TO ANSWER.
  • You need to know that there is a scroll of slides
    and it may not show 3 (if you are at the higher
    number slides). NO BIG DEAL! Scroll bottom
    arrow (fast) down to the bottom of the slide list
    and find all slides then scroll up quickly to
    slide 3. ?
  • When you have finished reading and/or viewing the
    Final Answer, click on the sound button in the
    lower right to get the Jeopardy Music. After
    sound byte, click below sound icon to move to
    answer. When finished, use icons to move to
    the remaining slides.
  • To view answers and questions without the slide
    show, see the slides tab on this presentation
    (right) on view outline or use the Word Doc
    provided with this for more detailed
    instructions.
  • Hope you have fun! ? DJ

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Choose a category. You will be given the answer
.
You must give the correct question.
Click to begin.
3
Click here for Final Jeopardy
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Decisions / Money
Working Earning
Credit
Wealth Management
Protecting Yourself
Getting Worth
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what you must have VS what you would like to h
ave
6
Needs VS Wants
7
causes us to want to use or spend our scarce
resources
8
Incentives
9
accepted by people when buying and selling their
productive resources and when buying and selling
goods and services
10
Money
11
Described by private property, entrepreneurial
opportunities, competition, no government
involvement in business
12
Market Economy
13
Organized business, educated and healthy
workforce, entrepreneurial spirit
14
Factors in a successful, growing economy
15
key to strong earning power as an adult
16
education
17
what you give up as the next best choice when
making a decision
18
opportunity cost
19
allows students to develop an online portfolio
for life
20
Ohio Career Information System (at OCIS at ODE)
21
how to increase and individuals value as human
capital
22
on going and completion of higher levels of
education
23
private resources that are collected and used as
public resources
24
taxes
25
statement of something a person wants
or needs to do
26
goal
27
income left after payroll deductions
28
net income
29
movement of money from receipts to expenditures
30
cash flow
31
expenses that have already been incurred and
cant really be recovered
32
sunk costs
33
The effort or inclination to increase the
well-being of humankind, as by charitable aid or
donations.
34
philanthropy
35
Character, Capacity and Capital
36
3 Cs of Credit
37
maximum percentage of debt to income ration to be
considered a good risk
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willingness to give up something you want now in
order to get something better in the future
40
delayed gratification
41
Is there an introductory rate? What is it and
how long does it last? Or How will you inform me
of any changes in my contract?
42
key questions to ask before signing a credit card
agreement
43
usually used to establish or repair credit
history
44
secured credit card
45
a way of seeking means to preserve the assets
that you have built up over time, may lose value
as a result of taxes and inflation
46
savings
47
alternate to social security for income in
retirement
48
personal retirement accounts
49
amount that a dollar invested now will be worth
in a given number of periods at a given
compounded interest rate per period.
50
compound interest
51
changes and grows as individuals get older, with
less demands upon discretionary income
52
risk tolerance
53
a wide array of securities thus reducing the
amount of risk VS splits its investment assets
among stocks, bonds and other investment vehicles
in an attempt to provide a consistent return for
the investor
54
diversification VS asset allocation fund
55
property, personal, liability
56
purposes for insurance
57
firm financial health, claims service, premium
costs/coverage
58
criteria for selecting an insurance firm
59
pre-texting and phishing
60
strategies used in identity theft
61
loss leader, bait and switch, pyramid scheme
62
forms of fraud used against consumers
63
arbitration, media activists, truth in lending,
cooling off period, Better Business Bureau, small
claims court, class action suit
64
tools to use to combat fraud
65
Make your wager
66
The three agencies providing consumers with
personal credit reports

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Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion
68
Thank you for playing Personal Finance Jeopardy!
69
Presented with support from Ohio Department of
Education Treasurer, State of Ohio Ohio Cou
ncil for Economic Education
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