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New edition of a text that introduces the concepts, tools, and applications of personal finance and investments. Keown (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State U.) ties topics together through the use of basic principles or axioms in order to educate the student in the discipline of personal finance, not just the procedures. The 18 chapters cover financial planning, managing money, insurance protection, managing investments, and retirement and estate planning. Includes a workbook. Annotation copyrighted by Book News Inc., Portland, OR
This jargon-free resource explains the who, what, why, and where of contemporary personal finance in simple, easy-to-grasp language, covering the key people, events, terms, tools, policies, and products that make up modern money management. The ideal roadmap to 21st-century financial literacy, this layman's encyclopedia discusses ideas, concepts, events, and people that inform money management and personal finance. It explains the intricacies of things like investing, saving, debt, credit, and mortgages, and it drills down into complexities like the difference between 401(k) and 403(b) retirement plans. Entries invite the reader to explore common financial topics, such as seeking credit counseling, using credit cards, buying a home, and choosing insurance. Issues such as identity theft, derivatives, and taxes are explored as well. The unique work is topically organized with contributions from both academics and financial professionals. Entries are augmented by entertaining sidebar anecdotes and a glossary, and there is a useful feature that connects readers to online sources, enabling them to keep up with this fast-changing field. A one-stop resource ideal for individuals seeking to understand personal finance, this book will also prove valuable to students taking courses in finance and economics. All readers will come away better equipped to profit from money management and more skilled at making smart financial decisions.
Personal Finance, 2nd Edition offers essential skills and knowledge that will set students on the road to lifelong financial wellness. By focusing on real-world decision making, Bajtlesmit engages a diverse student population by helping them make personal connections that can immediately impact their current financial situations. Using a conversational writing style, relatable examples and up-to-date coverage on important topics like student debt, students gain the knowledge they need to avoid early financial mistakes. By the end of the course, students have identified their goals and developed the problem-solving skills they need to build on as they progress to the next stages of life.
This book explains the fundamentals of financial planning, including budgeting and managing debt, before engaging with major issues and life events where financial literacy is key. Pedagogical features including learning objectives, terminology boxes, and examples fully support students in developing their practical skills, whilst ponder points and questions encourage the application of these skills when making informed financial decisions. Engaging case studies and extensive examples throughout the text bring the subject to life.
Are you confused by the jargon and terminology used in the world of personal finance? Do terms like "compound interest," and "credit score" leave you scratching your head? If so, then "Personal Finance, thinks you should know, questions and answers" is the perfect guide to help you unravel the complexities of financial language and empower you to take control of your financial future. In this comprehensive and accessible book, we break down the essential terms and concepts that every individual needs to understand to make informed decisions about their personal finances. From budgeting and saving to investing and retirement planning, this guide covers a wide range of topics, ensuring that you have a solid foundation of financial knowledge. Each term is defined in simple language, avoiding technical jargon and using relatable analogies to ensure that readers from all backgrounds can grasp the ideas effortlessly. By the time you reach the end of this book, you will have gained the confidence and knowledge necessary to navigate the often intimidating world of personal finance. Armed with a strong understanding of the terms and concepts that shape your financial decisions, you'll be empowered to make informed choices, set achievable goals, and secure your financial well-being. Take the first step towards financial literacy and mastery with "Personal Finance , things you should know, questions and answers" Your journey to financial freedom starts here!
How to achieve your lifetime goals from a financial standpoint and live comfortably as a result: The author offers timeless advice on living, earning, saving, borrowing, spending, and investing based on his experience and on advice he got from those who had gone before. Useful for people of all ages, but especially valuable to those who are young and just getting started and to those who are approaching retirement.
This book is no ordinary personal finance book. It presents, in a highly accessible way, how to effectively understand and manage personal finances, avoiding debt and building for the future, and using straightforward tools and techniques developed in conjunction with business economics. Fun to read, the book leverages core corporate finance principles in a way that helps people become more financially literate in their personal lives. The premise of this book–that personal and corporate finance can and should be learned together to improve financial wellness and know-how–is considered a breakthrough. Using approaches that have been tried, tested, and proven to work with individuals and employees, the authors apply common business activities like "due diligence," and tools, such as "financial statement analysis," to personal finance. This connection has not been presented before, either theoretically or practically. And yet it has the power to both transform how individuals successfully manage their own finances, and, at the same time, informs and educates them in the important aspects of the financial direction of the organizations in which they work. This is a must-have book for those who are looking for a credible reference tool for how to effectively manage their own finances and for organizations seeking to assist their employees in good financial management, at every level, both in work and at home.
Money management is more complicated than ever - you have to deal with yo-yo'ing stock markets, rising health care and home prices, taxes, and employment. Everywhere you look, there's more to worry about. Where do you start? The 250 Personal Finance Questions Everyone Should Ask gives you the simple, straightforward answers you need to protect your finances. Written in a quick, easy, accessible style, this comprehensive handbook book takes you through twenty-five key financial categories, including: Daily Finances Building Wealth Retirement Planning for Life Events Taxes The 250 Personal Finance Questions Everyone Should Ask is the personal finance guide that will answer your immediate questions - and serve as a reference for years to come.