The Basics
Credit, Debit & Apps. Oh My!
Credit Cards
Apartments & Houses
Protect Yourself
Your Paycheck
Funny Money
100

Dividing your income into categories and planing how much you'll spend on each

What is a budget

100

An account at the bank with the money you've already earned readily available for you

What is debit account

100

A document summarizing how you've used your credit card for a billing period (includes balance, due date, available credit and more...)

What is a credit card statement

100

A contract between a landlord and a tenant that states what the tenant will pay monthly for rent and for how long

What is a lease

100

Financial protection in the event of an unforeseen tragedy/hardship.

What is insurance.

100

The name of the document that comes with your paycheck and shows you what you were paid and how much was taken for taxes

What is a paystub

100

A pink ceramic swine shaped object that eats coins through an opening on its back.

What is a "piggy bank"?

200

When you go to the ATM and take money out of your account you are a making a...

What is withdrawal

200

A card that allows someone to make purchases that takes the money directly out of their checking account

What is debit card

200

When you've "maxed" out your credit card you have reached your...

What is limit?

200

The type of loan used for buying property

What is a mortgage

200

The amount of money paid regularly to an insurance company for a policy.

What is a premium.

200

The money withheld from your check that goes to the government and the state

What are taxes

200

The term for money you print on your own.

What is counterfeit?

300

Money that is owed or due

What is debt

300

A plastic card that allows the holder to borrow money to makes purchases

What is a credit card

300

When you pay your bill past the due date

What is late payment?

300

This protects your personal property in a rented apartment, condo or home from unexpected circumstances such as theft, a fire or sewer backup

What is renters insurance

300

The set amount you pay for before your insurance plan starts to pay.

What is a deductable

300

The deposit of funds electronically into a bank account rather than through a physical, paper check.

What is direct deposit

300

They put him on the dime after his death in 1946?

Who is Franklin D. Roosevelt (FDR)

400

A document that tells your bank to pay a specific amount of money from your account to the person/store/company whose name is written on it

What is a check

400

An account to pay for large purchases by borrowing money and paying it back over time (possibly with interest)

What is credit account

400

The money you are charged when you don't pay your credit card bill in full each month

What is interest

400

A sum of money paid by a new tenant to a landlord when they first sign the lease (The renter gets this back at the end of the lease if there are no damages to the apartment.)

What is a security deposit

400

The amount you pay out of your pocket when you visit a doctor.

What is a co-pay

400

The amount of money you make before taxes are taken out

What is gross pay

400

How many states are listed across the top of the Lincoln Memorial on the 5$ bill?

What is "50"?

500

The penalty charge for spending more than what was in your checking account

What is an overdraft fee

500

An acronym that stands for the annual (yearly) amount a credit card company charges on top of the actual cost of what you bought

What is APR (Annual Percentage Rate)

500

A number that shows a record of your credit history and financial behavior (usually between 300–850)

What is a credit score

500

The forced sale of property

What is foreclosure

500

If Bob goes to get car insurance the day he wrecked his car, he has committed...

What is insurance fraud?

500

The amount of money you take home after taxes

What is net pay

500

The most circulated bill in the United States (denomination)

What is the dollar bill?

600

An account that can be used to set aside money for future goals or unexpected expenses?

What is a savings account?

600

Established in 1998, this U.S company is operating one of the largest online payment systems in the world.

What is PayPal?

600

The least amount of money that you have to send to your credit card lender each month.

What is the minimum payment?

600

Expenses that do not fluctuate from month to month

What are "fixed expenses"?

600

Insurance paid to named beneficiaries when the insured person dies.

What is life insurance?

600

The term for when you are paid every two weeks

What is bi-weekly?

600

Suggested the design for the first penny

Who is Benjamin Franklin?

700

A type of account that allows you pay your bills and use your debit card.

What is a checking account?

700

Offer better consumer protections against fraud

What are credit cards?

700

The number of credit card offers, on average, that the American household receives each month.

What is six?

700

Type of insurance that covers the home you own as well as your possessions inside it in case of damage or loss.

What is homeowner's insurance?

700

Type of insurance that protects a policyholder in the case of a car accident. Most states require it by law.

What is auto insurance?

700

Any hours worked by an employee that exceed their normally scheduled working hours.

What is overtime?

700

The only Non-Presidents featured on American bills (two) currently in circulation

Who are Benjamin Franklin and Alexander Hamilton?

800

Those nifty machines that give you money when you put in your card and your pin

What is an ATM machine?  (automated teller machine)

800

Also known as P2P payments or money transfer apps, like Venmo, PayPal and Cash App — allow users to send one another money from their mobile devices through a linked bank account or card.

What are peer-to-peer payment systems (or apps)?

800

One of the top 2 states in the US that carries the most credit card debt.

What is Alaska or Connecticut?

800

The services you pay for regularly, such as water, electricity and gas

What are utilities?

800

This important 9 digit number is one that should be kept confidential to avoid identity theft. 

What is a social security number?

800

The term for someone who does work but does not receive payment for the work

What is a volunteer?

800

The largest bill ever printed and circulated among the public

What is the 10,000 bill?

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