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Word Search
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Data Plan
Income
Personal Items
Clothing
Entertainment
Spreadsheet
Monthly
Prioritization
Salary
Career
Utilities
Food
Cable TV
Internet
Cell Phone
Expenses
Rent
Transportation
Wages
Budget

Budgeting Matching Worksheet

Type
Matching Worksheet
Description

Pay Check Income
Service Charge Bank Fee
Automatic Payment Monthly Deduction
Check Used to Pay Bill
Debit Card Looks Like Credit Card
On-Line Banking Use the Internet to Bank
Rent Living Expense
Utility Electric Bill
Cable Bill Entertainment
Cell Phone Way to Communicate
Food Essential Requirement
Clothing Personal Attire
Transportation Car
Pin Secret Code
Deposit Add Money
Credit Card Instant Loan
Balance Total in Account
Statement Monthly Report
Bank or Credit Union Financial Institution
Direct Deposit Deposit into account
Smart Phone Internet and Phone Device

Consumer Mathematics Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

What holiday is next? New Year's
Largest percentage of a budget rent
What is the name given to your salary before taxes? Gross Pay
What is the name given to your salary after taxes? Net pay
What tax is 2.1% of your paycheck? Local Income
What tax is 6.3% of your paycheck? Social Security
When you are paid every other week it is called... Biweekly
$7.25 per hour minimum wage
electric, Water/sewer, Cable, etc. utilities
car maintenance, tires, inspection are examples of what type of expenses? occasional
What areexpenses that do not change from one month to the next called? Fixed
What are expensives that change monthly called? variable
One of the major credit score companies FICO
Buying something and paying for it later is known as what? Credit

Personal Finance Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A plan for spending and saving money based on a person's goals during a given time period BUDGET
the average cost of a variety of expenses for living, such as rent or home costs, transportation costs, insurance, food, and utilities COST OF LIVING
the entire amount of money a person owes to lenders DEBT
expenses that are a exact amount every time FIXEDEXPENSES
The amount of money you earn before deductions. GROSS INCOME
payment for the use of money INTREST
Buying items with out need, on a whim. IMPULSEBUYING
amount of a paycheck that a person can actually spend; essentially gross income minus any payroll deduction NETINCOME
money set aside for short or long-term goals SAVINGS
fees placed on income, property, or goods to support government programs TAXES

Financial Literacy Word Search

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Word Search
Description

loan
rate
credit
debit
paymet
instalment
retirement
medicare
social security
medical
semimonthly
weekly
biweekly
salary
net income
gross income
groceries
sewer
water
electricity
gas
utilities
mortgage
investment
interest
income
budget
expense
premium
insurance
saving
checking
rent
lease
emerbency fund
purchase

personal finance Word Search

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Word Search
Description

wages
value
stock
savings
salary
premium
net worth
mutual fund
mortgage
investment
interest
insurance
income
generic brand
dividend
deficit
consumable good
credit
consumer
cash income
cash flow
budget
bond
brand name
coupons
bank account
capital gain

Spending Plan Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Money spent to fullfill a want or need expense
Something that is taken away or subtracted, Usally it is referring to money being taken out of a paycheck deduction
The amount of wages or salary earned before any money is taken out for taxes or other payroll deductions Gross Income
Money recieved or earned income
Take home pay Net income
When income is greater than expenses Net gain
When income is less than expenses Net loss
The portion of current income not spent on consumption Savings
A document used to record both an actual income and expenses over a period of time. Another word for this is budget. Spending plan
The five largest expense categories in a spending plan. Includes savings, insurance, housing, transportation, and food. These expenses are taken out of net income. Major Expenditures
a popular and very effective saving strategy that says to set aside a portion of money (10-20% of net income is recommended) for saving each time a person is paid before using any of the money for spending. Pay Yourself First
is a process individuals engage in to achieve long-term financial success while having a quality standard of daily living Financial Planning
These expenses can vary each month in the amount owed and are not contractual. Flexible Expenses
Theses expenses may have a fixed amount due each month and are contractual. You will lose something if you do not pay them. Fixed Expenses

BUDGETING Word Search

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Description

Debt
Budget
Goals
Finances
Loans
Savings
Discount
Income
Expenses
Spend
Employment
Rent
Bills
Payments
Cheques
Numbers
SPC
Coupons
Cards
Credit
Debit
Money

Chapter 3 Budgeting Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

What is a written cash flow plan? budget
Is a summary that shows total income and spending for a given time cash flow statement
A copy of each check you write carbon check
Series of envelopes that are divided into categories for planned monthly expenses Envelope system
An item that is bought without previous planning impulse purchase
when money is withdrawn from account and the available balance goes down below zero overdraft
To match your bank statement with your checkbook reconcile
A cash flow plan that assigns an expense to every dollar of your income zero-based budget
Money is always... active
automatic teller machine ATM

Career Prep Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

application
articulate
autonomy
budget
career
credit
debt
deductions
degree
education
finance
future
goals
gratification
integrity
interest
interview
invest
mortgage
plan
proactive
professional
salary
savings
tax
values
wage

Financial planning and money management Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

managing day-to-day money to pay bills, buy food, save Budgeting
The most expensive way to borrow unless repaid in full at the end of the month. Credit Card
A pot of money that can be used to cover unexpected spending,loss of income or other unexpected financial problems is called Emergency Fund
making plans to meet short- and long-term needs. Financial planning
the process of managing money(budgeting,saving,investing) money management
a loan to help people buy houses or flats. They are offered by banks and can last for 30years mortgage
the amount a person earns after deductions have been taken by goverment for tax and national income net income
a target; something that the individual wants or needs to achieve objective
offered by banks, building societies and some specialist firms. It is paid back with interest over a short time. Personal loan
the most common form (in the UK) of collective fund, allowing many investors to pool their money together unit trust