FIN 1103-3

  • FIN 1103-3 Individual Week 1

    FIN 1103-3 Individual Week 1

    FIN 1103-3 Individual Week 1 1. How can using personal financial planning tools help you improve your financial situation? Describe changes you can make in at least three areas. 2. Use Worksheet 1.1. Fill out Worksheet 1.1, “Summary of Personal...

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FIN 1103-3 Individual Week 10-1

    FIN 1103-3 Individual Week 10-1

    FIN 1103-3 Individual Week 10 Part 1 1. Use Worksheet 11.1. Linda Scales is now employed as the managing editor of a well-known business journal. Although she thoroughly enjoys her job and the people she works with, what she would really like to do is...

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  • FIN 1103-3 Individual Week 10-2

    FIN 1103-3 Individual Week 10-2

    FIN 1103-3 Individual Week 10 Part 2 • Define investing and speculating. • Define and explain the 4 investment objectives (goals) as discussed in the textbook. • Define and explain the 5 major investment categories: common stock, bonds,...

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  • FIN 1103-3 Individual Week 11-1

    FIN 1103-3 Individual Week 11-1

    FIN 1103-3 Individual Week 11 Part 1 2.  An investor is thinking about buying some shares of Razortronics, Inc., at $75 a share. She expects the price of the stock to rise to $115 a share over the next three years. During that time, she also...

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  • FIN 1103-3 Individual Week 11-2

    FIN 1103-3 Individual Week 11-2

    FIN 1103-3 Individual Week 11 Part 2  2. For each pair of funds listed below, select the fund that would be the least risky and briefly explain your answer. 3. About a year ago, Nigel Palmer bought some shares in the Equity...

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  • FIN 1103-3 Individual Week 12

    FIN 1103-3 Individual Week 12

    FIN 1103-3 Individual Week 12 1.) Jacqueline Strauss, a 25 year old personal loan officer at Second National Bank, understands the importance of starting early when it comes to saving for retirement. She has committed $3,000 per year for her retirement...

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  • FIN 1103-3 Individual Week 2

    FIN 1103-3 Individual Week 2

    FIN 1103-3 Individual Week 2 1. Scott Bennett is preparing his balance sheet and income and expense statement for the year ending June 30, 2016. He is having difficulty classifying six items and asks for your help. Which, if any, of the following...

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  • FIN 1103-3 Individual Week 3

    FIN 1103-3 Individual Week 3

    FIN 1103-3 Individual Week 3 1. Mary Watson is 24 years old and single, lives in an apartment, and has no dependents. Last year she earned $ 45,000 as a sales assistant for Focused Business Analytics: $ 3,910 of her wages was withheld for federal income...

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  • FIN 1103-3 Individual Week 4

    FIN 1103-3 Individual Week 4

    FIN 1103-3 Individual Week 4 2. Suppose that someone stole your ATM card and withdrew $ 950 from your checking account. How much money could you lose (according to federal legislation) if you reported the stolen card to the...

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  • FIN 1103-3 Individual Week 5

    FIN 1103-3 Individual Week 5

    FIN 1103-3 Individual Week 5 1. Debbie Snyder has just graduated from college and needs to buy a car to commute to work. She estimates that she can afford to pay about $ 450 per month for a loan or lease and has about $ 2,000 in savings to use for a...

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  • FIN 1103-3 Individual Week 7

    FIN 1103-3 Individual Week 7

    FIN 1103-3 Individual Week 7 1. Bridget Morrow is a sophomore at State College and is running out of money. Wanting to continue her education, Bridget is considering a student loan. Explain her options. How can she best minimize her borrowing costs and...

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  • FIN 1103-3 Individual Week 9

    FIN 1103-3 Individual Week 9

    FIN 1103-3 Individual Week 9 Problem 1. Assume that Mary Boyle had a homeowner’s insurance policy with $150,000 of coverage on the dwelling. Would a 90 percent co-insurance clause be better than an 80 percent clause in such a policy? Give reasons...

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