Goal and Jessie Robinson Essay

1063 Words Mar 3rd, 2013 5 Pages
Assignment 2: Financial Planning
(25.0 points) 1. Describe one short-term goal that you have and at least one thing you will need to do in order to accomplish that goal. (2-4 sentences. 1.0 points) One short term goal I have is to have a good GPA on my Progress Report, the one thing I’ll have to do to accomplish that is to do all my work in each class. 2. Describe one long-term goal that you have and at least two things you will need to do in order to accomplish that goal. (2-4 sentences. 1.0 points) My long-term goal is to be famous; two things I will have to do to accomplish that are to get my entertainment permit and find a manager and or an agent. 3. Describe two of your long-term financial goals, and explain why these
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TIP: The Example_Instructions_1040EZ is in your Section_2 folder.
c. Fill out the Refund section by performing the calculations if the IRS owes Jessie Robinson money. Do not fill out the bank account information section.
d. Fill out the Amount You Owe section if Jessie owes the IRS money.
e. Do not fill out the Third Party Designee Section, the Sign Here section, or the Paid Preparer's Use Only Section.
f. Click the File menu, and then click Save so that your work is saved. 10. Describe at least two common types of variable expenses that you expect to have at some point in your life. (1-2 sentences. 1.0 points)

11. Describe at least two non-discretionary expenses that you expect to have at some point in your life. (2-4 sentences. 1.0 points)

12. Describe at least two discretionary expenses that you expect to have at some point in your life. (2-4 sentences. 1.0 points)

13. Imagine you have a budget of $1,000 per month. Make a list of at least three categories you would use that money toward, such as housing, utilities, transportation, food, clothing, entertainment, savings, and so on. Then put a dollar amount next to each item to show how much money you would budget for this item each month. Make sure the total adds up to $1,000. (3.0 points) TIP: The cost of each item can be a rough estimate. You don't need to research specific costs of each expense.

14. Describe an advertisement you've seen that uses a desire based

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