Cash Quizzes & Trivia

Try out these quizzes on cash and see if you are a cash expert or a cash catastrophe! Everyone is talking about, dreaming of, spending or making cold, hard cash. Cash refers to money in the physical form of banknotes and coins. Do you think you know the fascinating history of cash?

Are you a cash saver or spender? If economics was your favorite course at school, then you might want to test your knowledge by taking our cash quizzes! 

Bring forth the economist within and answer questions such as, “When and where was the coin first invented?” and, “Which country was the first to use paper money?” Get your thinking cap on and answer these and other trivia questions on cash! Good luck!

This quiz is to test the knowledge needed to run the register at the Wig Wam Cafe.

Questions: 4  |  Attempts: 364   |  Last updated: Dec 14, 2012
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    If a candy bar costs $0.75 and a water costs $1.00 How much  does the customer owe?


Questions: 25  |  Attempts: 309   |  Last updated: Feb 14, 2013
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    Working capital is defined as:

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Questions: 15  |  Attempts: 165   |  Last updated: Feb 18, 2013
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    What type of Corporate requires Cash Management services?


Questions: 10  |  Attempts: 101   |  Last updated: Apr 25, 2013
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    What are the major changes to the Cashiering process? Check all that apply

This quiz will assess your applied understanding of credit arrangements and the use of cash alternatives.

Questions: 10  |  Attempts: 93   |  Last updated: Jan 15, 2015
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    An example of an open-end credit is a(n)_____.

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Cash Questions & Answers


Which of the following products can help a client manage their receivables?
Zero Balance AccountZero Balance Accounts help clients separate funds coming into their business for tracking and reporting purposes. For example, a company might want to separate credit card payments from other incoming receivables. These payments w
While dealing with a counterfit currency, you should never:
Credit the customer’s account or substitute a new bill. The customer, not the bank, must accept the loss.