fp100t | undergraduate

Everyday Economics And Finances

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This course introduces students to thinking about and working with numbers by examining the day-to-day and societal importance of money.

This undergraduate-level course is 5 This course is available to take individually or To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 5

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    Saving for College and Retirement

    • Identify the costs and benefits associated with obtaining a college degree.
    • Examine options for paying for college.
    • Identify retirement income needs.
    • Examine options for saving for retirement.

    Fundamentals of Investing

    • Examine reasons and strategies for investment planning.
    • Identify the major types of investment vehicles.
    • Recognize the benefits and risks of various investment vehicles.

    Personal Financial Planning

    • Identify methods for developing personal financial goals.
    • Recognize factors that affect our planning, spending, and credit decisions.
    • Examine the relationship between economic forces and personal finances.

    The Fundamentals of Economics and Finance

    • Identify methods for developing, implementing, and monitoring a personal budget.
    • Examine cash management services.
    • Recognize common income tax terms.
    • Examine the steps for preparing a basic tax return.

    Credit Scores and Major Financial Decisions

    • Identify the role of credit in your financial plan.
    • Examine the relationship of credit reports and scores to the credit approval process.
    • List credit score factors and score improvement strategies.
    • Examine options for purchasing a home and an automobile.
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