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Which of the following is not a situation to re-evaluate and, possibly, revise your financial plan? A. When you graduate from college B. When you have a new baby C. When you get a new job that pays significantly more money than your current job D. When general economic conditions are stable.
Weegy: Hi I would say all of the above, anytime your income changes you need to re-evaluate your situation. User: Which of the following would be considered a savings alternative? A. checking account B. certificate of deposit C. a debit card D. a NOW account (More)
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B. A certificate of deposit would be considered a savings alternative.
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When general economic conditions are stable is not a situation to re-evaluate and, possibly, revise your financial plan.
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Which of the following is a good reason to create a Personal Cash Flow Statement? A. To calculate your net worth B. To evaluate the relationship between your income and expenditures C. To decide where to invest your money D. To help with your estate plan by previewing your retirement savings
Weegy: D. To evaluate the relationship between your income and expenditures User: Which of the following is a good reason to create a Personal Cash Flow Statement? A. To calculate your net worth B. To evaluate the relationship between your income and expenditures C. To decide where to invest your money D. To help with your estate plan by previewing your retirement savings Weegy: D. To evaluate the relationship between your income and expenditures User: Which of the following formulas is used to calculate personal net worth? A. Total Assets + Total Debts B. Liabilities - Unpaid Bills C. Total Assets - Total Debts D. Total Debts - Total Assets Weegy: D. Total Assets - Total Debts User: Which of the following is not one of the steps in the personal financial planning process? A. Developing short-term and long-term financial goals B. Implementing a plan for achieving goals C. Determining appropriate risk level of participant D. Identifying and evaluating alternative strategies for achieving goals Weegy: B. Determining appropriate risk level of participant User: For the overall U.S. market, how is inflation measured? A. change in Producer Price Index B. change in Wholesale Price Index C. change in Consumer Price Index D. change in GDP Weegy: C. change in Consumer Price Index User: Which of the following items is generally the hardest to track on the personal cash flow statement? A. fixed expenses B. assets C. variable expenses D. income Weegy: D. variable expenses User: Which of the following is not a situation to re-evaluate and, possibly, revise your financial plan? A. When you graduate from college B. When you have a new baby C. When you get a new job that pays significantly more money than your current job D. When general economic conditions are stable. Weegy: Hi I would say all of the above, anytime your income changes you need to re-evaluate your ... (More)
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I think that most people choose to not use the word whom, even when it is appropriate to do so. Some people have even suggested that the word might become obsolete someday due to our society's tendency to ignore its existence. What do you think -- will this word cease to be used, or could it gain popularity again? Can you think of any other words that have become less used over time? What about words that have changed their meaning in how they are primarily used?
Weegy: Obsolete? Never! I don't think it will however gain in popularity. Words that have changed their meaning are too numerous to mention. Slang words like "nice","cool," just to name a few have taken on totally new meanings in popular jargon (More)
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Some texts still use the word 'whom' but of course depending n the situation. Who” and “whoever” are subjective pronouns; “whom” and “whomever” are in the objective case. As simple and important as that distinction is, many people have difficulty deciding on the proper usage of “who” and “whom” in sentences. In this case, I thing you would agree with me that 'whomever' is more popular.

Due to the evolution of man, the tendency is to make things easier, even the simplest task of communicating with other persons. Primarily, one can argue that text speak/chat lingo are the main culprits of the fall of our language.
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I don’t want to buy that. It’s to (too) expensive. which to/too is used in this sentence?
Weegy: the to/too used in the sentence is too. it goes like; it's too expensive. (More)
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This is the correct sentence:

I don’t want to buy that. It’s too expensive.
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