Personal Finance Quizzes.
On these pages you will find quizzes that will help you get acquainted with terminology used in personal finance. Reading personal finance brochures or talking with a stock broker doesn't have to be intimidating. Our quizzes will test your knowledge and will hopefully help you better understand what really happens when you buy a house, apply for a loan or a second mortgage, refinance your house, etc.
Note: To obtain financial advice, please contact a qualified professional.
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Personal Finance Quizzes for Windows
Includes 4 quizzes:
- Bonds - 1
- Stocks - 1
- Mutual Funds - 1
- Home Financing - 1
Four quiz modes:
- Multiple Choice
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