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After two months of following her budget, Lisa finds that her food bills are much higher than she expected. Select her best option from those offered below. A. She should scrap her present budget and start all over again. B. It is clear that Lisa is just one of those people for whom budgeting is impossible. She should give up on the idea. C. She should make adjustments in her food-buying habits and/or look for ways to trim other budgeted expenses. D. Lisa needs the help of a ...
Weegy: C. She should make adjustments in her food-buying habits and/or look for ways to trim other budgeted expenses. User: John's gross income is $1,000 per month. Based on an assumption that 25% of his gross income will be withheld, he can expect his disposable (spendable) income to be _______ per month. A. $650 B. $750 C. $850 D. $950 Weegy: B. $750 User: A budget is an objective because it: A. is your wish list. B. itemizes the steps needed to turn your goals into reality. C. shows in detail how you will spend your gross income. D. helps you to keep up with inflation. Weegy: A budget is an objective because it:C. shows in detail how you will spend your gross income. (More)
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A promise made by a manufacturer or dealer that a product meets certain quality standards and that defective parts will be replaced is called a: A. guarantee. B. premium. C. warranty. D. "good faith" pledge
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Disability insurance is designed to replace: A. damaged property. B. loss or damage to property. C. money damages awarded in a law suit against you. D. lost income.
Weegy: Disability insurance is designed to replace:D. lost income. (More)
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Why did the Framers divide government powers between the national government and the states? A. Dividing government powers created more political jobs. B. They wanted two levels of government with exactly the same powers. C. One level of government could not handle all the responsibilities. D. Dividing government powers would prevent an abuse of power.
Weegy: D. Dividing government powers would prevent an abuse of power. User: What information is provided in the first three articles of the Constitution? A. a lengthy introduction called the Preamble B. an outline of the three branches of the federal government C. an explanation of how amendments are added to the Constitution D. the 27 amendments to the Constitution Weegy: The answer is: e B. an outline of the three branches of the federal government. User: Which important document was signed by King John in the 1200s granting certain rights to the English people and limiting the king’s power? A. the Charter of English Rights B. the Petition of Right C. the English Bill of Rights D. the Magna Carta Weegy: D. the Magna Carta User: Which of the following statements describes the relationship between the executive and legislative branches of a presidential government? A. The judicial branch has more power. B. The legislative branch has more power. C. The branches are separate but equal. D. The executive branch has more power Weegy: C. The branches are separate but equal is the answer. User: What is a benefit of a confederate government? A. It has absolute authority and the power to embrace all matters of human concern. B. The people are the source for all the government’s power. C. Several states can cooperate in matters of common concern and still retain their separate identities. D. All powers held by the government belong to a single, central agency. Reset Selection Weegy: C. Several states can cooperate in matters of common concern and still retain their separate identities. User: What compromise was made at the Constitutional Convention so that Congress could get the power to control foreign trade? A. Congress could not regulate interstate trade. B. Congress could not tax slaves. C. Congress could not tax exports. D. Congress could not tax imports. ... (More)
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