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When a depositor takes more money out of a checking account than he or she has in it, the result is called a/an: A. debit B. credit C. deposit D. overdraft
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User: When a depositor takes more money out of a checking account than he or she has in it, the result is called a/an: A. debit B. credit C. deposit D. overdraft

Weegy: When a depositor takes more money out of a checking account than he or she has in it, the result is called: an overdraft.
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User: All of the following are types of loans EXCEPT: A. bankruptcy loan B. small business loan C. mortgage loan D. automobile loan

Weegy: All of the following are types of loans EXCEPT: bankruptcy loan.
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User: Which of the following statements is true regarding loans and borrowers? A. High-risk borrowers pay lower interest rates. B. Mortgage loans are usually short-term loans. C. Low-risk borrowers pay less for credit. D. All lenders charge about the same interest rate.

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Low-risk borrowers pay less for credit. -is true regarding loans and borrowers.
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The presence of which the following on a credit report will indicate high risk to a lender? A. a credit card B. a delinquency C. a credit inquiry D. the debt-to-income ratio
Weegy: The presence of a delinquency on a credit report will indicate high risk to a lender. User: The presence of which the following on a credit report will indicate high risk to a lender? A. a credit card B. a delinquency C. a credit inquiry D. the debt-to-income ratio Weegy: The presence of a delinquency on a credit report will indicate high risk to a lender. (More)
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The term risk, when applied to borrowers, specifically refers to A. lifestyles. B. the risk that the borrower will not get a loan. C. the risk associated with a major purchase. D. the likelihood that the borrower will not pay the loan.
Weegy: The term risk, when applied to borrowers, specifically refers to the likelihood that the borrower will not pay the loan. (More)
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Which of the following people would be most likely to retire soon? A. a younger worker with an individual retirement account B. a recent college graduate C. an older worker with no investments or savings accounts D. an older worker with large savings and investment accounts
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An older worker with large savings and investment accounts would be the most likely to retire soon.
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A personal identification number (PIN) is used to protect: A. checks B. deposit slips C. debit cards D. check registers
Weegy: A personal identification number (PIN) is used to protect: debit cards. (More)
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Statistical measures of change in an economy are called: A. portfolios B. indices C. exchanges D. stocks
Weegy: Statistical measures of change in an economy are called indices. (More)
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