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Good vs. Bad Spending
Good vs Bad Spending
The materials in this content pack delve into the psychology of building a budget that you can stick with
5 Ways People Are Dumb With Money
How to Save Money at the Supermarket
Berna Anat Reset Your Savings Goals
Cash flow planning: the nuts and bolts of budgeting by Dave Ramsey
Call Number: DVD HG179.R36 C37 2008
Personal money management expert Dave Ramsey provides step-by-step instruction on how to budget your money so that you can learn to live on less than you make, pay your bills, save money, and still have some cash left for fun.
The Money Revolution by Anne Boden
Call Number: HG179 .B56683 2019
Transform the way you think about money in this easy-to-use, jargon-free guide by Anne Boden (CEO of Starling Bank) which busts commonly held financial myths, helping you to get the most of your cash in today's digital world. The Money Revolution breaks through the traditional thinking about money and what you've always been told you should expect from financial institutions. Sharing the benefits of smart banking, fintech solutions and the advantages of open banking, it covers a range of financial solutions, from savings and investments to pensions, bill payments and travel money. Find out everything you need to know to get the best out of your money every day.
Don't break the bank: a student's guide to managing money. by Peterson's
Call Number: HG179 .D6359 2012
This well-written and user-friendly guide will help students learn everything they need to know about money. As a student, money is an essential part of your everyday life. Knowing how to manage your money correctly is crucial, especially in today's tough economic times. This guide will help you become more informed in making your financial decisions.
Financial Literacy Starter Kit by Grey House Publishing
Call Number: HG179 .F56 2017
Geared towards those who are just starting out, this volume outlines, step-by-step, how to make the most out of their money, which pitfalls to avoid, and what to watch out for, to give students peace of mind that they are fully equipped to manage their finances after graduation.
Financial literacy : planning for the future by Weiss Ratings, Inc.
Call Number: HG179 .F56 2019
Financial Literacy: Planning for the Future provides helpful guidance for those who are ready for the next step in their financial planning - starting a family, buying a home, insurance options, identity theft, planning for college, and so much more. Financial Literacy: Planning for the Future takes readers even further towards their financial goals. Written in easy-to-understand language, these guides take the guesswork out of financial planning. Each guide is devoted to a specific topic relevant to those who are making big decisions regarding their finances. Combined, they provide the reader with helpful information on how to best manage their money and plan for their future and their family's future.
Financial Literacy for Millennials by Andrew O. Smith
Call Number: HG179 .S5384 2016
Combining practical advice with targeted information on virtually every aspect of personal finance and money management, this book is the ideal resource for young people who want to start off their financial lives properly. The guide updates traditional personal finance topics, such as budgeting, credit, debt, savings, and investment, and goes beyond those fundamentals to furnish important life lessons on such concerns as career planning, starting a business, Internet fraud, and avoiding financial scams. It even provides useful background on the tax system, how to avoid bankruptcy, legal issues young adults often face, and the plethora of government benefits they can access. In fact, young readers will come away from this book with basic knowledge of every important area of personal finance.
Personal Finance for Dummies by Eric Tyson
Call Number: HG179 .T97 2019
From budgeting, saving, and reducing debt, to making timely investment choices and planning for the future, Personal Finance For Dummies provides fiscally conscious readers with the tools they need to take charge of their financial life. Evaluate and manage your financial fitness, Assess your credit report and improve your score, Make smart investments in any economic environment, and Find out about international investing. The expert advice offered in Personal Finance For Dummies is for anyone looking to ensure that their finances are on the right track--and to identify the areas in which they can improve their financial strategies.
Personal Finance in Your 20s and 30s for Dummies by Eric Tyson
Call Number: HG179 .T982 2018
Personal Finance in Your 20s & 30s For Dummies will help Millennials to be confident about managing their finances and get on a clear path toward financial security. Inside, trusted financial advisor Eric Tyson shows students and recent grads how to make smart financial decisions in order to pay off student loans, avoid any additional debt, and create a solid plan to ensure their financial success. From avoiding common money mistakes to making informed investment choices, Personal Finance in Your 20s & 30s For Dummies covers it all! Build a foundation through smart spending and saving, Rent, buy, or sell a house, File taxes the right way, Protect your finances and identity in the digital world. Get ready to forge your own path to financial security!
Financial Literacy Basics by Weiss Ratings (Editor)
Call Number: HG179 .W457 2019
This new series from Weiss Ratings provides readers with easy-to-understand guidance on how to manage their finances. Geared towards those who are just starting out, or for those who want to learn more about how to best handle their finances, this new series outlines, step-by-step, how to make the most out of their money, which pitfalls to avoid, and what to watch out for, to give readers peace of mind that they are fully equipped to manage their finances.