Personal Finance Experience, 1st edition
Published by Pearson (July 10th 2018) - Copyright © 2019
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Financial literacy for today and tomorrow
Whether it’s choosing where to buy your next cup of coffee or planning for retirement, Personal Finance Experience provides students with a roadmap to understand real-world financial decision making that they will use throughout their lives. The 1st Edition combines a mix of narrative with integrated media and assessment opportunities to help bring important concepts to life and deeply engage students in the material. With dynamic end-of-chapter simulations, students are able to experience first hand how one financial decision affects the next. With focused content and the use of experiential learning, students are empowered to take control of their learning and their financial future.
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Table of contents
PART I: PLANNING YOUR FINANCES
1. Financial Planning and Budgeting
2. The Financial Impact of Career Planning
3. Time Value of Money
PART II: MANAGING YOUR MONEY
4. Financial Services and Banking
5. How Credit Works
6. Managing Debt
PART III: SPENDING YOUR MONEY WISELY
7. Consumer Spending and Protection
PART IV: RETIREMENT AND INVESTMENTS
10. Retirement and Investment Fundamentals
11. Investment Strategies, Stocks, and Bonds
12. Mutual Funds, ETFs, Real Estate, and Alternative Investments
PART V: TAX AND ESTATE PLANNING
14. Insurance and Risk Management
15. Estate Planning
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