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Financial Literacy

Format:  Paperback,

42 pages

Publisher: Pearson College Div

Publish Date: Sep 2011

ISBN-13: 9780132819695

ISBN-10: 0132819694

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"Financial Literacy "addresses the most critical financial issues facing students and more importantly, how to manage them. It offers helpful information and practical advice to guide students to make better financial choices. From student loans to credit cards and budgeting, the author speaks directly to students and encourages them to think and act proactively about their finances. This makes it easy to start healthy conversations and provide problem-solving lessons around money. Torabi understands how to effectively communicate on money and financial responsibility grounded in years of experience working with college students. Infuse student success into any program with our "IDentity" Series booklets. Written by national subject matter experts, the material contains strategies and activities for "immediate" application. If you like this IDentity Series: "Financial Literacy," you will love the other options available: "Financial Responsibility" (Clearpoint Financial), "Now You're Thinking about College" (Judy Chartrand et.al.), "Now You're Thinking about Your Career "(Judy Chartrand et.al.), and "Ownership" (Megan Stone).

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Publisher: Pearson College Div
Publish Date: Sep 2011
ISBN-13: 9780132819695
ISBN-10: 0132819694
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 42
Shipping Weight (in pounds): 0.26
Product in Inches (L x W x H): 8.5 x 11.0 x 0.25
Walmart No.: 9780132819695

Chapter outline

Farnoosh's Letter
Introduction
Obtaining Credit
Credit Cards on Campus: A Modern History
Credit Cards: Ready, Set, Go.
Choosing the Best Credit Card
Your Financial Identity
Your Credit Report
Your Credit Score
Boost Your Score
Credit FAQs
Protect Your Identity
Smart Banking
Picking the Best Bank
Bank With Awareness
Budgeting and Saving
Establishing a Budget
Your Student ID
Money Saving Apps
Protect Your Money
Navigating Financial Aid
Private Versus Public
Postponing Student Loan Repayment
Repaying Student Loans
Finish in Four Years
Avoid Financing College With Credit
Make Money in College
Beyond Graduation
The Anatomy of a Real World Budget
Living With Family
Securing Health Care
Resources

Book description

Financial Literacy addresses the most critical financial issues facing students and more importantly, how to manage them. It offers helpful information and practical advice to guide students tomake better financial choices. From student loans to credit cards and budgeting, the author speaks directly to students and encourages them to think and act proactively about their finances. This makes it easy tostart healthy conversations and provide problem-solving lessons around money. Torabi understands how to effectively communicate on money and financial responsibilitygrounded in years of experience working with college students.

Infuse student success into any program with our "IDentity" Series booklets. Written by national subject matter experts, the material contains strategies and activitiesfor immediate application. If you like this IDentity Series: Financial Literacy, you will love the other options available: Financial Responsibility (Clearpoint Financial), Now You're Thinking about College (Judy Chartrand et.al.), Now You're Thinking about Your Career (Judy Chartrand et.al.), and Ownership (Megan Stone).

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