The difference between savings and investments
What is your name and surname? Also give your Grade and class. *
True of false? *
7 points
When you save your money, you earn high interest because it carries high risk.
Investments mean making your money work for you.
Savings are meant to fulfil a short-term need, such as when you want to buy an iPod.
Some people save their money so that they can have a monthly income when they retire. This is the best way to ensure an income when you retire.
Property carries relatively little risk; it almost always increases in value.
You can let out your property, thereby earning an income from your investment.
Investments satisfy short-term needs, such as when you want to buy a television set.
2. Look at this family budget. True of false? This family has no money left over for savings. *
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3. How much can this family save? *
1 point
4. If a business has expenses which are greater than the income: *
1 point
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