Personal Finance with WileyPLUS Learning Space

Comprehensive personal finance textbook with online learning, that covers budgeting, cash management, credit, insurance, investing, education and retirement planning, and more.

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PERSONAL FINANCE is a comprehensive e-textbook designed for the development of lifelong financial decision making skills. It is appropriate for a traditional classroom or an online class. E-text is operational on tablets or PC, and includes a video library, interactive figures, real-life examples, self-tests with immediate feedback, and demonstration problems.

Provider
VICKIE BAJTELSMIT/John Wiley & Sons
Author
Vickie Bajtelsmit
Price
80.00
Price Note
Special pricing may be available for high schools. Print companion available for $30 if e-book access code is purchased.
Published
2017
Resource Categories
Curricula
Resource Type
Comprehensive Curriculum/Program, Online learning, Textbook
Target Users
Teacher, classroom or after school
Grade Level
11th grade, 12th grade, College & young adult
Languages
English
Special Needs
Hearing impaired, Visually impaired
Order Instructions
Contact http://wileyplus.wiley.com/contact/ for a test drive or an examination copy.
Order Phone Number
970-231-1052
Jump$tart Standards
  • CD1 - Analyze the costs and benefits of various types of credit
  • CD2 - Summarize a borrower's rights and responsibilities related to credit reports
  • CD3 - Apply strategies to avoid or correct debt management problems
  • CD4 - Summarize major consumer credit laws
  • EI2 - Compare sources of personal income and compensation
  • EI3 - Analyze factors that affect net income
  • FDM1 - Recognize the responsibilities associated with personal financial decisions
  • FDM2 - Use reliable resources when making financial decisions
  • FDM3 - Summarize major consumer protection laws
  • FDM4 - Make criterion-based financial decisions by systematically considering alternatives and consequences
  • FDM6 - Analyze the requirements of contractual obligations
  • FDM7 - Control personal information
  • FDM8 - Use a personal financial plan
  • I1 - Explain how investing may build wealth and help meet financial goals
  • I2 - Evaluate investment alternatives
  • I4 - Investigate how agencies protect investors and regulate financial markets and products
  • RMI1 - Identify common types of risks and basic risk management methods
  • RMI2 - Justify reasons to use property and liability insurance
  • RMI3 - Justify reasons to use health, disability, long-term care and life insurance
  • SS1 - Develop a plan for spending and saving
  • SS2 - Develop a system for keeping and using financial records
  • SS4 - Apply consumer skills to spending and saving decisions

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