2015 Fall Session Lecture 8 Review Questions

Lecture 8

* 1. Conflict in a Christian home is
  1. Unnatural
  2. Inevitable
  3. Avoidable
  4. Not that important to deal with
* 2. Which is NOT a technique to resolve conflicts?
  1. Stick to the problem at hand
  2. Get on the same side of the fence.
  3. Try to identify the core issue.
  4. Be a mind reader.
* 3. In the course of a conflict, each spouse should
  1. Try to dominate the other spouse
  2. Avoid confrontation at all costs
  3. Not keep a score against the other spouse
  4. Vent out with whatever means
* 4. Controlling finances depends on
  1. How much is the household income
  2. How much are the household expenses
  3. The lifestyle of both spouses
  4. How both spouses manage what they have
* 5. What is the best parameter to gauge financial success of a couple?
  1. The total amount of assets
  2. The total amount of charitable donations
  3. Following a Godly plan
  4. Totally leaving it to God to make decisions
* 6. The most accurate way to tithe is to:
  1. Set aside at least 10% of gross income
  2. Set aside at most 10% of gross income
  3. Set aside at least 10% of net take home income
  4. Set aside at least 10% of taxable income
* 7. When it comes to accounts and investments
  1. Each spouse should have their own individual account
  2. All accounts should be joint accounts
  3. Try to have the majority of the accounts to be held jointly
  4. There is no clear preference
* 8. Tithing should be directed to
  1. The priest of the church closest to the couple
  2. Charitable Christian organizations worldwide
  3. Needy family members
  4. Primarily to the local church that serves the couple
* 9. Taking out loans
  1. Is a great tool to achieve financial flexibility
  2. Is not burdensome if it can be paid over 10 years or more
  3. Is to be considered only for items that have residual values
  4. Should never be considered
* 10. Which is NOT a healthy spending habit?
  1. Setting a spending budget after saving goals are met
  2. Spending on a mutually agreed “wish list”
  3. Adjusting the spending budget if income changes
  4. Avoiding to tap into savings to keep up spending

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