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Negligence is typically thought of as a failure to take reasonable actions to prevent injury or damage. TRUE or FALSE.
Negligence is typically thought of as a failure to take reasonable actions to prevent injury or damage. TRUE.
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Smart cards are also known as gift cards. true or false
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Smart cards are also known as gift cards. FALSE
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If you have a financial professional advising you on investments, it is not necessary to do your own research. true or false
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If you have a financial professional advising you on investments, it is not necessary to do your own research. FALSE
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Those who pay off their credit balances in full each month and avoid the finance and interest charges are known as convenience users. true or false
Weegy: Those who pay off their credit balances in full each month and avoid the finance and interest charges are known as convenience users. TRUE. (More)
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Everyone has the same amount of risk.
Weegy: Everyone has the same amount of risk. FALSE. (More)
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The first step in creating a budget is to identify your expenses. TRUE or FALSE.
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The first step in creating a budget is to identify your expenses. TRUE
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