Financial Freedom is a guide to personal financial literacy to help develop a certain mind-set for young adults that can last a lifetime. Everyone should have a basic financial premise for the complex world we live in. Although we are taught how to earn a living wage, in many cases there is a void in educating young adults on the relationship between their FICO score and renting an apartment, owning a home or paying more for credit. Financial Freedom gives a solid foundation for establishing credit, working with a budget, compounding interest, and balancing a checking account. Drawing on decades of experience in business and finance, this book provides advice on topics such as car loans, insurance, retirement savings options, and common financial scams. The book never assumes the readers already have extensive financial knowledge, therefore thoroughly explains the mechanics of banking, lending, investing and taxation. A solid informative and practical advice manual, appropriate for readers to learn the basics of personal finances.
|Copyright||2015, Merlon Harper|
|Copyright License||Standard Copyright License|
|Product Details||6 x 9 Standard Mono Matte Perfect Bound|
|Page Count||152 pages|
|Type of Publication||Textbook|
|Peer Review Status||Post-publication, Completed|