Personal Finance Assignment 2

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| | | Assignment 2 Instructions Save the file in your course folder, and name it with Assignment, the section number, and your first initial and last name. For example, Jessie Robinson's assignment 1R for Section 1 would be named Assignment1JRobinson. Type the answers to the assignment's questions. Use complete sentences unless the question says otherwise. You will have more than one day to complete an assignment. At the end of each day, be sure to save your progress. Review Lesson 4 of the Course Overview for instructions about turning in your assignments.…show more content…
I would also have to find an apartment, which fits my needs. I would also have to know how to manage on my own. 4. Describe an example of a common financial resource, an expense, and a debt. These can be examples from your own life or from other people you know or can imagine. (3-6 sentences. 3.0 points) A financial resource is like a bank loan or a mortgage they are when you receive financial assistants with paying for something like a car or a divorce. Paying for utilities is a type of an expense, when you have to pay for things like water, electrical, and heating. A debt is something when you owe money to another party after taking out a loan, debts you pay after a long period of time. 5. Describe a real or made up but realistic example of earned income that you or someone you know has received. What type of work was the income from? Was the income in the form of a salary or wages? (1-2 sentences. 1.0 points) My parents receive an earned income, meaning they work for it, unlike unearned income like child support and disability. My mom works as a Human Resources Director; she over sees all investigations in her facility and hires and fires people. My dad works as an Operations Sales Manager, so he over sees all of the different sales. They both have salary wages, so their income isn’t based on hours. 6. Describe a real or made up but realistic example of unearned income that you or someone you
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