Credit and Loans: Assignment Questions

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Assignment 5: Credit and Loans
(11.0 points)

Describe a real or made up but realistic situation in which you would want to use installment credit. (Lesson 1, p.17--1.0 point) When you want to purchase new furniture and you make payments over time rather than paying the full price at once.

Describe a real or made up but realistic situation in which you would want to use noninstallment credit. (L1, p. 18--1.0 point), ???

Describe a real or made up but realistic situation in which you would want to use revolving credit. (L1, p. 19--1.0 point) Business trip. Charge all expenses on credit card. Submit expense voucher to employer for reimbursement. Use reimbursment to pay off card. Didn't tie up cash waiting for reimbursement. Plus, I get cash rewards for using the card.

If you had no credit history yet but wanted to establish one, describe what you could do in order to establish a credit history. (Lesson 2, p. 3--2.0 points) Get a major credit card: Visa, Master Card, & Discover. Also, you can take a credit card out for your favorite retail store. Just make sure you never get to close to the credit limit and always make you payments on time.

Describe two things you can do to make sure you use credit responsibly. Explain why these things are important. (Lesson 2, p. 5-- 2.0 points) The most important thing to remember when using credit is to distinguish between things...
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