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Grade 12 Personal Finance
An expense that does not change from time period to time period.
  1. Changing Expense
  2. Fixed Expense
  3. Flexible Expense
  4. Gross Expense
Grade 11 Personal Finance
Car repairs are a:
  1. Fixed expense
  2. Variable expense
  3. Discretionary expense
  4. Intermittent expense
Grade 11 Personal Finance
Groceries are a:
  1. Fixed expense
  2. Variable expense
  3. Discretionary expense
  4. Intermittent expense
Grade 11 Personal Finance
Rent is a:
  1. Fixed expense
  2. Variable expense
  3. Discretionary expense
  4. Intermittent expense
Grade 11 Personal Finance
Eating out is a:
  1. Fixed expense
  2. Variable expense
  3. Discretionary expense
  4. Intermittent expense
Grade 8 Conjunctions

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My new cell phone was not                  my old one.
  1. expensiver than
  2. more expensive as
  3. as expensive as
  4. more expensive
Grade 3 Antonyms
Grade 11 Personal Finance
Your monthly budget should include:
  1. Variable expenses
  2. Discretionary expenses
  3. Fixed expenses
  4. All of the above
Grade 12 Accounting
What are expenses?
  1. Cost of selling products or services
  2. Amounts owed
  3. Distributions to stockholders
  4. Owners' claims to resources
Grade 10 Personal Finance
A "fixed" expense is:
  1. something that you need to work on
  2. an expense that is the same amount each month
  3. an expense that changes from month to month
  4. income that changes from month to month
Grade 9 Personal Finance
What are expenses?
  1. a bank account
  2. things you spend money on
  3. a plan for spending and saving money
  4. a card that acts like a check
College Accounting
The accrual basic of accounting recognizes revenues and expenses when:
  1. Revenues are earned and expenses are paid
  2. Revenues are received and expenses are incurred
  3. Revenues are received and expenses are paid
  4. Revenues are earned and expenses are incurred
Grade 11 Personal Finance
Non-essential expenses
  1. Discretionary
  2. Fixed
  3. Intermittent
  4. Variable
Grade 4 Defining Words
Rare or expensive foods
  1. delicacies
  2. preserve
  3. economy
  4. relatively
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