All missing work from 2/25 until today is due Friday, March 14th. That is the last day of the marking period and no work will be accepted after that day. The computer lab is open 8th period every day. If you are not able to print the work, write your answers on loose leaf. Please be sure to label the assignments correctly and to include your name.
Journal #6 2/25/14
What questions you would ask a bank where you were considering opening an account. For example: What terms, services and fees would you consider and why?
Journal #7 2/26/14
What are the costs and benefits of credit? How can you use credit as part of a smart financial life?
Journal #8 2/27/14
Write in your notebook about how you can detect identity theft and fraud and how you can best guard against it?
Journal #9 2/28/14
Think about good versus bad debt. How does good debt help our credit and how does bad debt damage our credit?
Journal #10 3/3/14
What do you think are the three most important factors to consider when buying a car? Why are these factors important? How has your thinking changed since the beginning of the lesson? Would you still buy your dream car right now or would you choose a different vehicle? Why?
Journal #11 3/4/14
What can you do to make your dream homes a reality? (e.g., pay bills on time to build credit, save for a down payment)
2/25/14 – Bank, Credit, Thrift (*See Below)
2/25/14 – Battle for a Bargin (pgs 2 – 4)
2/26/14 – More than a Piece of Plastic
2/26/14 – Which Card is right for you (*See Below)
2/27/14 – Road to recovery
2/27/14 – Fighting Fraudulent Charges
2/28/14 – Credit Crossroads
2/28/14 – Debt Snowball
3/3/14 – Deal or No Deal
3/4/14 – Home Sweet Mortgage (pg 2 only)
3/6/14 – Ideal Career
3/6/14 – Articles (*See Ms. Cahill for copies)
Bank, Credit, Thrift
Which Card is right for me?