What are "Total cash, checking, savings, and cash value of stocks" ? - Finance & Business
What are "Total cash, checking, savings, and cash value of stocks" ?
2 years ago
I'm applying for a scholarship and one of the sections asks me "Total cash, checking, savings, and cash value of stocks..." I have no clue what that is, please help, thank you! :D

TAG:savings stocks please
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Total cash = How much casy you have (add up your checking accounts, your savings accounts, your money market accounts, any CDs you have, etc).

Cash value of stocks = If you have any stocks, how much would you get of you sold them?Put that figure down.

If you are a typical college student, typically you won't have a lot of cash around.This looks like a FAFSA question, they will eventually ask the same questions about your parents.You will have to get the information from them.
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I hope it helps
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