BMR-Ch 17 Financial Management and Stress Management

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  1. 1. What is one primary cause of stress in families?
    Ans: Not having enough money to meet needs
  2. 2. What are the two types of abuse that can result from stress?
    • Ans: Spouse Abuse
    • Child Abuse
  3. 3. What type of program that commands have to help families undergoing stress?
    Ans: Family Advocacy Program
  4. 4. What do many commands provide to advise sailors in financial difficulties?
    Ans: Financial Counselors
  5. 5. What are the two resources that you can seek for financial counseling?
    • Ans: Family Service Center
    • LPO
  6. 6. What manual offers some good advice to all paygrades?
    Ans: The Naval Military Personnel Manual
  7. 7. What type of military system affects you directly?
    Ans: The Military Pay System
  8. 8. What term is used for money paid to you for services rendered?
    Ans: Pay
  9. 9. All pay is taxable as income. (True or False)
    Ans: True
  10. 10. How many types of pay does the Navy has?
    Ans: 3
  11. 11. Name the three types of pay?
    • Ans: Basic Pay
    • Incentive Pay
    • Special Pay
  12. 12. What two paygrades don’t receive longevity raises?
    • Ans: E-1
    • E-2
  13. 13. What are the four lengths of services that are included for pay purposes?
    • Ans: Active Duty
    • Inactive reserve time
    • Former service time
    • Service in other branches
  14. DT1 (SW/AW) ALLEN
    • 14. What type of pay is based upon your paygrade?
    • Ans: Basic Pay
  15. 15. What system does the Navy uses to deposit personnel paychecks?
    Ans: Direct Deposit System (DDS)
  16. 16. What type of pay is for special circumstances?
    Ans: Special Pay
  17. 17. What type of military system determines the amount you receive every payday?
    Ans: The Military Pay System
  18. 18. What type of raise do Navy personnel receive after four years of service?
    Ans: Longevity Raise
  19. 19. What type of pay is offered for Parachute Duty?
    Ans: Incentive Pay
  20. 20. How often do Navy personnel receive longevity raises?
    Ans: Every 2 Years
  21. 21. What type of pay is offered for reenlistment?
    Ans: Special Pay
  22. 22. When does an E-3 receive longevity pay?
    Ans: After 4 years of service
  23. 23. What type of pay is based on your length of service?
    Ans: Basic Pay
  24. 24. What type of allowance is to provide you with cash for the repair of clothing?
    Ans: Clothing Maintenance Allowance
  25. 25. What are the three guidelines that incentive pay is based on?
    • Ans: You can receive more than one incentive pay if you meet the requirements
    • You may not receive incentive pay if you receive special pay
    • You receive the same basic rate of pay for all types of incentive pay
  26. 26. What type of pay is offered for Submarine Duty?
    Ans: Incentive Pay
  27. 27. What is the maximum number of incentive pay that you may receive?
    Ans: 2
  28. 28. What type of duty should you not receive incentive pay if you already receive special for it?
    Ans: Diving Duty
  29. 29. What type of pay is offered for Special Assignment Duty?
    Ans: Special Pay
  30. 30. What are the two types of duties that are excluded from the basic incentive rate?
    • Ans: Aviation Duty
    • Submarine Duty
  31. 31. How many different types of allotment may you choose from?
    Ans: 5
  32. 32. Name the five different types of allotments?
    • Ans: Allotment C
    • Allotment D
    • Allotment H
    • Allotment I
    • Allotment S
  33. 33. What type of pay is offered for Aviation Pay?
    Ans: Incentive Pay
  34. 34. What are the two factors that incentive pay varies from?
    • Ans: Paygrade
    • Longevity
  35. 35. What type of allotment is made for charity drive donations?
    Ans: Allotment C
  36. 36. What type of pay is offered for Hostile Fire Duty?
    Ans: Special Pay
  37. 37. What term means money used to reimburse you for expense necessary for you to perform your job?
    Ans: Allowance
  38. 38. Allowances are not taxable as income. (True or False)
    Ans: True
  39. 39. What type of pay is sometime called hazardous duty pay?
    Ans: Incentive Pay
  40. 40. What are the four types of expenses that you receive allowances for?
    • Ans: Clothing
    • Quarters
    • Food
    • Various other expenses
  41. 41. What type of pay do all people on active duty in the Navy receives?
    Ans: Basic Pay
  42. 42. What type of pay is offered for Diving Duty?
    Ans: Special Pay
  43. 43. What are the two methods used to receive a clothing allowances?
    • Ans: Reimbursement of cash
    • Issues of clothing equal to cash
  44. 44. What type of allotment is made for banks or credit unions?
    Ans: Allotment S
  45. 45. How often do you receive your clothing maintenance allowance?
    Ans: Annually
  46. 46. What type of allowance is to provide you with cash for the purchase of replacement clothing?
    Ans: Clothing Maintenance Allowance
  47. 47. What type of pay is for a particular type of duty?
    Ans: Special Pay
  48. 48. What are the two factors that entitlement to Basic Allowance for Subsistence (BAS) depends on?
    • Ans: Your Status
    • The availability of a government mess
  49. 49. What may an enlisted member receive for each day a government mess is not available or not used?
    Ans: Daily Subsistence Allowance
  50. 50. What type of pay is offered for Demolition Duty?
    Ans: Incentive Pay
  51. 51. What type of allotment is made for dependents?
    Ans: Allotment D
  52. 52. What type of pay is offered for Medical Duty?
    Ans: Special Pay
  53. 53. What does entitlement to Basic Allowance for Subsistence (BAS) normally depends on?
    Ans: Your Permanent Duty Station
  54. 54. What type of pay is offered for Experimental Stress Duty?
    Ans: Incentive Pay
  55. 55. What are you entitle to if your duty station doesn’t have a government mess?
    Ans: Basic Allowance for Subsistence
  56. 56. What type of allotment is made for housing or home-loan payments?
    Ans: Allotment H
  57. 57. What type of pay is offered for Foreign Duty?
    Ans: Special Pay
  58. 58. What are you entitle to if your duty station doesn’t have a government mess but you are authorized to mess
    • separately?
    • Ans: RATS SEP
  59. 59. What are you entitle to if your duty station doesn’t have a government mess but you are authorized to mess
    • separately and your duties prevent you from purchasing certain meals in a government mess?
    • Ans: Supplemental Basic Allowance for Subsistence
  60. 60. What type of pay is usually for duty that is considered hazardous?
    Ans: Incentive Pay
  61. 61. What are the three factors that entitlement to Basic Allowance for Quarters (BAQ) depends on?
    • Ans: Your Paygrade
    • Whether you have dependents
    • Whether you and your dependents have been assigned quarters
  62. 62. What type of allowance help you pay the cost of suitable living quarter when government quarters are
    • unavailable?
    • Ans: Basic Allowance for Quarters
  63. 63. What type of pay is offered for Sea Duty?
    Ans: Special Pay
  64. 64. What are the two basic categories that Basic Allowance for Quarters are divided into?
    • Ans: BAQ with dependents
    • BAQ without dependents
  65. 65. What type of allotment is made for saving institutions?
    Ans: Allotment S
  66. 66. What type of pay is offered for Flight Deck Duty?
    Ans: Incentive Pay
  67. 67. Name the four different types of allowances that you can also receive?
    • Ans: Family Separation Allowance (FSA)
    • Cost Of Living Allowance (COLA)
    • Oversea Housing Allowance (OHA)
    • Variable Housing Allowance (VHA)
  68. 68. What two allowances are combined into one single allowance called Basic Allowance for Housing (BAH)?
    • Ans: Basic Allowance for Quarters (BAQ)
    • Variable Housing Allowance (VHA)
  69. 69. Which allowance will your LES only show?
    Ans: BAH
  70. 70. What type of pay is offered as a Selective Reenlistment Bonus (SRB)?
    Ans: Special Pay
  71. 71. What term is used for the amount of money you designate to be withheld from your pay and paid directly to
    • someone else?
    • Ans: Allotment
  72. 72. What type of allotment is made for insurance coverage?
    Ans: Allotment I
  73. 73. What type of pay is for certain types of duty?
    Ans: Incentive Pay
  74. 74. What two allowances will equal your actual Basic Allowance for Housing amount?
    • Ans: Basic Allowance for Quarters (BAQ)
    • Variable Housing Allowance (VHA)
  75. 75. Who’s responsible for making sure that your LES is correct?
    Ans: You Are
  76. 76. What type of crime may you be at risk or charged for if you don’t question something that isn’t normal with
    • your pay?
    • Ans: Larceny
  77. 77. Name the three factors that have made budgeting your pay easy?
    • Ans: Computerized Systems
    • Equal Pay Periods
    • Leave and Earning Statements (LES)
  78. 78. What is the name of the Navy’s Pay System?
    Ans: Joint Uniform Military Pay System (JUMPS)
  79. 79. What are the four different areas that the LES provide you with a complete and accurate record of?
    • Ans: Pay
    • Allowances
    • Type and amount of each Allotment
    • The amount of tax Deductions and Withholdings
  80. 80. What should you do after receiving your LES?
    Ans: Verify that the information is correct
  81. 81. What are the two terms that consist of the times you are authorized to spend away and off duty?
    • Ans: Leave
    • Liberty
  82. 82. What term means an authorized absence similar to vacations in civilian jobs?
    Ans: Leave
  83. 83. How many days of leave do you earn per year?
    Ans: 30
  84. 84. How many days of leave do you earn per month?
    Ans: 2.5
  85. 85. What provides benefits to morale and motivation that are essential to maintaining maximum effectiveness?
    Ans: Vacations and short periods of rest from work
  86. 86. What are the three factors concerning yourself that are adversely affected by the lack of break from the work
    • environment?
    • Ans: Your Health
    • Your Availability
    • Your Performance
  87. 87. Who’s responsible for making sure that your pay is correct?
    Ans: You Are
  88. 88. Who states that the Navy must provide you with a monthly leave and earning statement?
    Ans: Joint Uniform Military Pay System (JUMPS)
  89. 89. Who has provided compensation for members if military requirements prevented you from using your leave?
    Ans: Congress
  90. 90. What term means an authorized absence from work or duty for a short period?
    Ans: Liberty
  91. 91. How many types of Liberties does the Navy grants?
    Ans: 2
  92. 92. Name the two types of Liberties that the Navy grants?
    • Ans: Regular
    • Special
  93. 93. What type of liberty is usually granted from the end of one work period to the beginning of the next?
    Ans: Regular
  94. 94. How many days of special liberty may the CO granted?
    Ans: 3 - 4
  95. 95. How many types of Leave does the Navy grants?
    Ans: 2
  96. 96. Name the two types of Leave that the Navy grants?
    • Ans: Convalescent
    • Requesting
  97. 97. What type of leave is authorized absent given as part of care and treatment prescribed for your recuperation?
    Ans: Convalescent
  98. 98. What form should you used to request regular or emergency leave?
    Ans: NAVCOMT Form 3065
  99. 99. What type of liberty is granted outside of regular liberty periods?
    Ans: Special
  100. 100. What type of liberty maybe from over a weekend or holiday?
    Ans: Regular
  101. 101. What type of authorized absence from work or duty does not show on your LES?
    Ans: Liberty
  102. 102. How should a leave request be forwarded after being submitted?
    Ans: Through the Normal Chain-of-Command
  103. 103. What type of liberty is granted for compensation time?
    Ans: Special
  104. 104. How should an emergency leave request be forwarded for approval?
    Ans: Hand Carried
  105. 105. Who usually approve an emergency leave request after working hours?
    Ans: Command Duty Officer (CDO)
  106. 106. What type of leave is given for a period of recovery?
    Ans: Convalescent
  107. 107. What are the two types of consumer debts of the United States?
    • Ans: The amount borrowed for merchandise
    • Revolving Credit
  108. 108. What type of liberty maybe from one day to the next?
    Ans: Regular
  109. 109. What is usually the safest and the easiest way to keep track of your money?
    Ans: Checking Account
  110. 110. What is a written order telling your bank to withdraw a sum of money from your account to pay another person or business?
    Ans: Check
  111. 111. What is a booklet used to record transactions involving your checking account?
    Ans: Check Register
  112. 112. What is a slip or ticket that is used to place money into your account?
    Ans: Deposit Ticket or Slip
  113. 113. What are the five benefits of having a checking account?
    • Ans: Safety
    • Proof of payment
    • Convenient
    • It establishes credit
    • It helps you budget your money
  114. 114. What helps you budget your expenses and income?
    Ans: Keeping a record of checking activities
  115. 115. What type of liberty is granted for emergencies?
    Ans: Special
  116. 116. What is proof that you paid a bill?
    Ans: Canceled Check
  117. 117. What is a financial arrangement with a bank, saving, and credit union for safeguarding money?
    Ans: Checking Account
  118. 118. What are checks returned for insufficient funds known as?
    Ans: Bouncing a check
  119. 119. What type of leave is not charged to your earned, advance, or excess leave account?
    Ans: Convalescent
  120. 120. How can you avoid bouncing a check?
    Ans: Balance your checkbook
  121. 121. What are the three consequences from writing bad checks?
    • Ans: Ruin your Credit History
    • Destroy your reputation
    • Land you in jail
  122. 122. What make it easier to get money and make purchases from your bank account?
    Ans: Convenience Cards
  123. 123. What term means the amount of money taken from gross income for savings, checking accounts, family support, and pay debts?
    Ans: Allotments
  124. 124. What type of an account draws interest?
    Ans: Saving Account
  125. 125. What does a checking account provides as a receipt of payment?
    Ans: Canceled Check
  126. 126. What provides a good method for you to handle financial affairs?
    Ans: Allotments
  127. 127. What type of liberty is granted for voting?
    Ans: Special
  128. 128. What provides a system that allows you to account for your money?
    Ans: Checking Account
  129. 129. What type of allotment indicates financial irresponsibility?
    Ans: Involuntary Allotments
  130. 130. What is the key to successful money management?
    Ans: Budgeting
  131. 131. What type of liberty is granted for special recognition?
    Ans: Special
  132. 132. What is a plan to spend money?
    Ans: Budget
  133. 133. What type of income is the total amount of pay before any deductions?
    Ans: Gross Income
  134. 134. What term means the amount of money taken from pay for income taxes, social security, and SGLI?
    Ans: Deductions
  135. 135. What type of income is the money paid to a member after all deductions and allotments are paid?
    Ans: Net Income
  136. 136. What is Net Income also known as?
    Ans: Take-Home-Pay
  137. 137. What types of expenses are the same each month?
    Ans: Fixed
  138. 138. What is a plan of money management?
    Ans: Budget
  139. 139. What are the two basics rules of spending?
    • Ans: Spend Money Wisely
    • Spend Small Amounts
  140. 140. What are the three types of fixed expenses?
    • Ans: Rent
    • Mortgage
    • Time Payments
  141. 141. What is the difference between fixed expenses and net income?
    Ans: Optional Income
  142. 142. What type of allotment is usually garnishment of your pay?
    Ans: Involuntary Allotments
  143. 143. What type of income is available for planning purposes?
    Ans: Net Income
  144. 144. What types of expenses are different each month?
    Ans: Flexible or Variable
  145. 145. What type of liberty is granted for observing major religious events?
    Ans: Special
  146. 146. What should you plan for first, when preparing for a budget?
    Ans: Saving Plan
  147. 147. What gives you a record of your income vice your expenses?
    Ans: Budget
  148. 148. What rule gives you an easy method of estimating the number of years it takes for an investment’s value to double at a specific interest rate?
    Ans: Rule of 72
  149. 149. How can you estimate the number of years it will take to double your investment?
    Ans: Divide 72 years by your interest rate
  150. 150. What is credit largely based on?
    Ans: Trust
  151. 151. What does credit literally means?
    Ans: Buy now, pay later
  152. 152. What helps you manage your financial affairs?
    Ans: Budget
  153. 153. What is like money in the bank?
    Ans: A Good Credit Rating
  154. 154. What is the rate paid for using borrowed money or credit known as?
    Ans: Interest
  155. 155. What is the simplest way to find the total cost of credit?
    Ans: Subtract the actual price of goods from the total amount of the loan
  156. 156. What are the three ways that you can establish good credit?
    • Ans: By paying your bills on time
    • By paying for time purchases according to the purchase agreement
    • By repaying a loan from a bank according to the loan agreement
  157. 157. What can be priceless in an emergency situation?
    Ans: A Good Credit Rating
  158. 158. What is a low-cost group insurance program open to active-duty personnel without regard to special qualifications?
    Ans: Servicemen’s Group Life Insurance (SGLI)
  159. 159. You may secure SGLI only in increments of what amount?
    Ans: $10, 000
  160. 160. What is the maximum amount coverage under the SGLI?
    Ans: $200,000
  161. 161. How many days after your separation from the service will SGLI cover you?
    Ans: 120 Days
  162. 162. How many days after your separation for a disability will SGLI cover you?
    Ans: 1 Year
  163. 163. What type of program was established for post-separation insurance?
    Ans: Veterans Group Life Insurance (VGLI)
  164. 164. Who was the Veterans Group Life Insurance established by?
    Ans: The Veterans Insurance Act of 1974
  165. 165. Which life insurance program provides for the automatic conversion of SGLI to 5-year nonrenewable term policy?
    Ans: Veterans Group Life Insurance
  166. 166. Who’s responsible for the safety, health, and well being of his/her family?
    Ans: Each Sailor
  167. 167. What does stress and friction within the family can lead to?
    Ans: Abuse
  168. 168. What are the two types of abuse that stress and friction may cause within the family?
    • Ans: Physical
    • Emotional
  169. 169. What are the four results of abusive behavior by Navy personnel
    • Ans: Destroyed Lives
    • A detraction from military performance
    • A negative affect on the unit
    • A bad reputation
  170. 170. What term means an individual who is abused or whose welfare is harmed by another individual(s)?
    Ans: Victim
  171. 171. What type of abuse involves behavior towards the victim that adversely affects the psychological well being of the victim?
    Ans: Emotional Abuse
  172. 172. What type of abuse involves behavior towards the victim from acts of force, assault, and sexual assault of the victim?
    Ans: Spouse Abuse
  173. 173. What term means actions of a person performed in a repeatedly harassing manner?
    Ans: Stalking
  174. 174. What type of program was established to address child and spouse abuse?
    Ans: Family Advocacy Program
  175. 175. Who was the Family Advocacy Program established by?
    Ans: DON
  176. 176. What are the five primary goals of the Family Advocacy Program?
    • Ans: Victim Safety and Protection
    • Offender Accountability
    • Rehabilitative Education and Counseling
    • Community Accountability
    • Responsibility for a Consistent Appropriate Response
  177. 177. Who appoints a Family Advocacy Officer at each command?
    Ans: CO
  178. 178. What is the primary goal of the Family Advocacy Program?
    Ans: Prevention of abuse
  179. 179. Name the five resources that you can report incidents of abuse directly to?
    • Ans: Family Advocacy Program
    • Family Advocacy Officer
    • Medical Treatment Facility
    • Chaplain
    • Ombudsman
  180. 180. Name the two types of committees that the CO establishes with the Family Advocacy Program?
    • Ans: Family Advocacy Committee
    • Case Review Committee
  181. 181. What are the three ways that the Family Advocacy Officer can help a family?
    • Ans: Education Programs
    • Counseling
    • Intervention in cases of abuse
  182. 182. What type of program does the Navy uses as a tool to assist victims and to reduce the occurrence of child and spouse abuse?
    Ans: Family Advocacy Program
  183. 183. What occurs when there is an imbalance between the demands of our lives and the resources we have to deal with those demand?
    Ans: Stress
  184. 184. What are the two types of stress that can take a toll on the body?
    • Ans: Physical
    • Mental
  185. 185. What causes imbalances?
    Ans: Changes in our lives
  186. 186. What causes stress?
    Ans: The reaction to those changes
  187. 187. What are the three ways that you can cope with stress?
    • Ans: Acceptance
    • Attitude
    • Perspective
  188. 188. What way of coping with stress involves learning to accept when things are beyond your control?
    Ans: Acceptance
  189. 189. What is the first step to managing stress?
    Ans: Identify Your Stressor
  190. 190. What is the key to dealing with everyday stressors?
    Ans: To cope with stress in a positive way
  191. 191. Your body can’t tell the difference between a good and a bad stressor. (True or False)
    Ans: True
  192. 192. What way of coping with stress involves keeping things in order?
    Ans: Perspective
  193. 193. What type of stress can keep you going?
    Ans: Positive or Good Stress
  194. 194. Both too much stress and too little stress are bad for you. (True or False)
    Ans: True
  195. 195. What are the two substances that can increase both mental and physical stress?
    • Ans: Alcohol
    • Drugs
  196. 196. What way of coping with stress involves focusing on the positive side of situations?
    Ans: Attitude
  197. 197. What can regular use of alcohol and drugs cause?
    Ans: Dependency
  198. 198. Name five healthy ways that you can combat stress?
    • Ans: Exercise
    • Diet
    • Meditation
    • Laughter
    • Relaxation
    • Involvement with outside activates
  199. 199. What percentage of income should be budgeted for housing, according to the U.S Department of Labor?
    Ans: 25%
  200. 200. What percentage of income should be budgeted for savings, according to the U.S Department of Labor?
    Ans: 22%
  201. 201. What percentage of income should be budgeted for food, according to the U.S Department of Labor?
    Ans: 23%
  202. 202. What percentage of income should be budgeted for transportation, according to the U.S Department of
    • Labor?
    • Ans: 9%
  203. 203. What percentage of income should be budgeted for clothing, according to the U.S Department of Labor?
    Ans: 11%
  204. 204. What percentage of income should be budgeted for gifts, according to the U.S Department of Labor?
    Ans: 5%
  205. 205. What percentage of income should be budgeted for unforeseen expense, according to the U.S Department of Labor?
    Ans: 22%

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