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FIN 1100 (Personal Finance)  

Library and electronic resources supplementing FIN 1100, Personal Finance
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Welcome to the Personal Finance Research Guide

Basic personal finance concepts will be used to study topics such as personal financial planning and budgeting, money management and tax strategies, banking services, consumer credit, home finance, transportation options, insurance, investing fundamentals and retirement planning.   

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Personal Finance, 5th ed - Jeff Madura
ISBN: 9780133423969
Publication Date: 2013

 

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