Personal Finance

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.

Bonds
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Bonds12+10

Home Financing
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Home Financing12+14

Mutual Funds
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Mutual Funds12+18

Stocks
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Stocks12+10
Stocks 212+10

Credit Cards
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Credit Cards5+13

Car Loan Terminology
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Car Loan Terminology5+8

IRA vs. 401(k)
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IRA vs. 401(k)10+9

Personal Finance Quizzes for Windows

Includes 4 quizzes:
  • Bonds - 1
  • Stocks - 1
  • Mutual Funds - 1
  • Home Financing - 1

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  • True/False

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Your Money : NPR

U.S. Kids Far Less Likely To Out-Earn Their Parents, As Inequality Grows
"It's basically a coin flip as to whether you'll do better than your parents," a Stanford economist says.

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Economy : NPR

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The dairy industry runs 24/7, but federal law excludes its workers from overtime pay. A new class-action lawsuit in Washington state is the latest cha...


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