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personal finance exam 1 study guide

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personal finance exam 1 study guide FINC 2400 - 001

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Chapter 1 review questions 1. Define personal financial planning. What types of decisions are  involved in a personal financial plan? 2. What is an opportunity cost? 3. How can an understanding of personal finance benefit you? 4. What are the components of a financial plan? 5. Why is it important to track your spending before creating a  budget? 6. How is your net worth calculated? 7. What factors influence income? How do tax laws affect the  budgeting process? 8. What is liquidity and what factors are considered in managing  liquidity? 9. What is the primary objective of investing? 10. What are the three elements of planning to protect your  assets? 11. What are the six steps in developing a financial plan? 12. What are some factors that might affect your current financial position? 13. Why is it important to revise your financial plan? 14. How can peer pressure impact your spending habits? 15. Discuss the economic impact on net worth? Chapter 2 revision questions 1. Define cash inflows and cash outflows. How are they both  determined? 2. What two personal final statements are most important to personal  financial statement? 3. What is a budget? 4. Give some factors affecting cash inflows. 5. Give some factors affecting cash outflows. 6. How are unexpected expenses and liquidity related? 7. What is a personal balance sheet? 8. Describe the process of creating an annual budget? 9. What are assets and name the three classifications. 10.        Lists the types of investments. 11.        What are mutual funds? 12.        List the types of liabilities. 13.        What is a liquidity ratio?  14.        How does a personal balance sheet help you track your net  worth? 15.        How is the debt­to­asset ratio calculated? 16.        What does a high debt ratio indicate? 17.        Explain how credit card usage can impact your spending  habits? Chapter 3 Review questions 1. What is the time value of money? How does it relate to  opportunity costs? 2. List one reason why the time value of money is an important  concept. 3. What is annuity? 4. Define compounding and how is it used in financial planning? 5. What are the two methods used in calculating future value? 6. What is discounting? 7. Describe the instances where determining the present value of  an amount is useful. 8. What is the formula for present value of annuity? 9. What is the formula for future value of annuity? 10. In determining the future value of annuity to be invested  monthly over a five­year period, what number of periods should you use? 11.To what types of cash flows is the time value of money concept  applied


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