SS.4.E.1.1 Identify entrepreneurs from various social and ethnic backgrounds who have influenced Florida and local economy.
SS.4.E.1.2 Explain Florida's role in the national and international economy and conditions that attract businesses to the state.
SS.4.FL Financial Literacy
SS.4.FL.1 Earning Income
SS.4.FL.1.1: People have many different types of jobs from which to choose. Identify different jobs requiring people to have different skills.
SS.4.FL.1.2: People earn an income when they are hired by an employer to work at a job. Explain why employers are willing to pay people to do their work.
SS.4.FL.1.3: Workers are paid for their labor in different ways such as wages, salaries, or commissions. Explain the ways in which workers are paid.
SS.4.FL.1.4: People can earn interest income from letting other people borrow their money. Explain why banks and financial institutions pay people interest when they deposit their money at those institutions.
SS.4.FL.1.5: People can earn income by renting their property to other people. Identify different types of property (such as apartments, automobiles, or tools) that people own and on which rent is paid.
SS.4.FL.1.6: Describe ways that people who own a business can earn a profit, which is a source of income.
SS.4.FL.1.7: Entrepreneurs are people who start new businesses. Entrepreneurs do not know if their new businesses will be successful and earn a profit. Identify ways in which starting a business is risky for entrepreneurs.
SS.4.FL.1.8: Income earned from working and most other sources of income are taxed. Describe ways that the revenue from these taxes is used to pay for government provided goods and services.
SS.4.FL.2 Buying Goods and Services
SS.4.FL.2.1: Explain that economic wants are desires that can be satisfied by consuming a good, a service, or a leisure activity.
SS.4.FL.2.2: Explain that people make choices about what goods and services they buy because they can't have everything they want. This requires individuals to prioritize their wants.
SS.4.FL.2.5: Explain that costs are things that a decision maker gives up; benefits are things that a decision maker gains. Make an informed decision by comparing the costs and benefits of spending alternatives.
SS.4.FL.3.4: Identify savings goals people set as incentives to save. One savings goal might be to buy goods and services in the future.
SS.4.FL.3.5: Explain that when people deposit money into a bank (or other financial institution), the bank may pay them interest. Banks attract savings by paying interest. People also deposit money into banks because banks are safe places to keep their savings.