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Other ways of earning money Banking Credit Checking Paycheck
100
What is “saving money?”
The opposite of spending money.
100
What is a “withdrawal?”
The amount of money taking out of an account.
100
What is a “credit card?”
A way to buy now and pay later.
100
What is a “deposit?”
The amount of money put into an account.
100
What is “salary?”
A fixed regular payment, typically paid on a monthly or biweekly basis.
200
What is “stealing?”
An illegal way of getting money.
200
What is a “ATM?”
The name of the machine into which you can insert a card and withdraw money from your account.
200
What is a “credit report?”
A report listing your debts, activity on your accounts and credit rating.
200
What is “rent?”
When you pay someone for the use of something.
200
What is a “deduction?”
The amount of money taken out of your paycheck.
300
What is a “stock?”
When you invest in a company and get a small portion of the company.
300
What is a “credit union?”
A non-profit organization that offers financial services.
300
What is “balance?”
The amount of money that still needs to be paid on a loan.
300
What is a “bank statement?”
A record of deposits, withdrawals and the balance in your account.
300
What is “basic personal amount?”
The highest amount of money you can earn before you get taxed annually. ($11,474)
400
What is a “retirement plan?”
A plan of saving money for when you are no longer are working.
400
What is “identity theft?”
The stealing of your personal information to commit crimes.
400
What is an “unauthorized charge?”
A purchase on your credit card that you did not make or permit anyone else to make.
400
What is “interest?”
Money the bank pays you for keeping your money in an account or the money you owe on money you borrow.
400
What is “gross pay?”
The amount of money earned before deductions.
500
What is the “lottery?”
Many dream that by playing this game, they would become instant millionaires.
500
What is “PIN?” (Personal Identification Number)
This is needed for transactions that identifies your personal number to get into an account.
500
What is “minimum payment?”
The smallest payment you are allowed to make toward the balance due on your statement.
500
What is a “bounced check?”
A check that is returned to the bank because there isn't enough money in the account to cover it.
500
What is “net pay?”
The “take-home” pay, or what is left after deductions are taken out of your paycheck.




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