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2 ELEVEN DANGER SIGNALS OF DEBT PROBLEMS 1. Paying only the minimum balance each month on credit card bills while continuing to use credit. 2. Regularly using 3 or more credit cards. 3. Missing payments, making late payments, or choosing which bills to pay each month. 4. Using savings or credit cards to pay normal bills such as groceries or utilities. 5. Receiving second and third notices from creditors. 6. Intentionally using the overdraft or automatic loan features on checking accounts, or taking frequent cash advances on credit cards. 7. Not talking to your spouse or significant other about money, or talking only about money. 8. Rely on extra income to make ends meet. 9. Owe more than 20% of monthly income. 10. No saving for emergencies (should have a 3-month reserve minimum.) 11. Borrowing money to pay old debts. 2 Linx Educational To Order Call: LINX or Fax toll-free LINXEDU

3 Activity 1: Q & A VIDEO REVIEW QUIDE Answer the questions as you view the video. 1. List 2 wise or reasonable uses of credit: 2. Describe the following types of credit: SECURED- UNSECURED- REVOLVING- INSTALLMENT- 3. List 3 disadvantages of using credit: 4. Explain 3 ways to build a good credit rating: Visit Our Website: Linx Educational 3

4 Activity 2: TAKING CHARGE OF CREDIT Calculate the True Cost of Credit The Annual Percentage Rate (APR) is the rate of interest for a year. It pays to shop around and compare interest rates at various banks, credit card companies, or other lenders. In the following exercise, calculate the APR for the loan of \$2, for 12 months. BANK A COMPANY B 6.9% APR 11.9% APR Interest Amount \$ Total to repay \$ Monthly payment \$ Interest Amount \$ Total to repay \$ Monthly payment \$ BANK C CREDIT CARD D 9.5% APR 18.9% APR Interest amount \$ Total to repay \$ Monthly payment \$ Interest amount \$ Total to repay \$ Monthly payment \$ EXAMPLE FOR CALCULATING THE APR AND MONTHLY PAYMENT FOR ONE YEAR Amount of loan: \$ Length of loan: 12 months Annual Percentage Rate (APR): 8.5% (Interest Rate= Finance Charge) Step 1: 500 (amount of loan) Step 2: (amount of loan) X 8.5% (APR) (finance charge) \$42.50 (finance charge) \$ (total amount to pay) Step 3: months = \$45.21 monthly payment. 4 Linx Educational To Order Call: LINX or Fax toll-free LINXEDU

5 ANSWER KEY Q & A VIDEO REVIEW 1. - in a real emergency (illness, lost job, car breaks down) - when you can pay balance in full each month - to buy large items you can afford to pay for on the installment plan (car, appliances, etc) - to build a good credit rating 2. - SECURED: tied to a savings account or other form of collateral; ensures payment in case of default - UNSECURED: no collateral needed to get credit; borrower s signature is all that is required - REVOLVING: an agreement that provides a line of credit to a set limit (i.e. \$1,000) that may be paid in full at the end of each billing cycle, OR a minimum monthly balance can be paid with additional finance charges on the unpaid balance. - INSTALLMENT: an agreement between buyer and creditor for buyer to have use of an item or items while paying a (usually) fixed monthly payment plus a finance charge. Creditor holds the title to the goods until all payments are made. (car, appliances, sound equipment, etc.) 3. - tendency to overspend - can t afford to make minimum monthly payments - expensive- high interest rates and finance charges - failure to pay damages credit rating 4. - pay monthly bills on time - get an installment purchase and pay it off promptly - pay off credit card balances in full each month - pay revolving charges on time CALCULATIONS: TAKING CHARGE OF CREDIT Bank 6.9% \$138 interest \$2138 total repay \$ month Company 11.9% \$238 interest \$2238 total repay \$ month Bank 9.5% \$190 interest \$2190 total repay \$ month Credit Card 18.9% \$378 interest \$2378 total repay \$ month Linx Educational Publishing. Tel: LINX, Copies of the activities may be used only in conjunction with the program they accompany. Any other reproduction of this worksheet in whole or in part without permission from the publisher is strictly prohibited. Visit Our Website: Linx Educational 5

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