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Grade 5 Financial Literacy

Across
money that a bank lends to someone
a plastic card that allows people to pay for things with money that is in their bank account
a slip of paper that tells a bank to give a certain amount of money to a particular person or business
money charged to people in exchange for providing the service of lending them money
money that a person owes
a card that allows people to pay for all or part of a purchase with money that has already been given to a business
(noun) things people cannot live without or would find it very difficult to live without
a way of electronically moving money from one place to another, usually to a bank account
a way of moving money electronically
a task or action
something that is created so it can be sold
a tax that people pay when they buy goods or services
(noun) things people want but don’t really need
Down
a plan for how to use money
(verb) to put money into a bank account
a type of bank account that allows people to write cheques
the ability to get goods or services without paying for them right away
an amount of money that people are required to pay for services provided
money that people and businesses pay to governments
the amount that is charged for one unit of a product or service
a slip of paper that tells the financial institution) that issued the money order to pay a certain amount of money to a particular person or business
a plastic card that allows people to borrow money to pay for things
amounts of money that are taken out of a bank account
amounts of money that have been put aside for future use
(noun) things that have been (or will be) bought
people who purchase goods or services for their own use
money that people pay to a government, based on how much money they make
paper bills and coins