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Financial Literacy for Millennials: A Practical Guide to Managing Your Financial Life for Teens, College Students, and Young Adults

A modern primer on consumer finance and personal money management intended for readers aged 15 to 30, this guide can also serve as a primary text for high school, college, or adult education courses on personal finance.

Personal Finance

This book guides readers in making prudent decisions about spending, saving, and borrowing, walking them through major life events, such as buying or renting a home, purchasing or leasing a car, and saving for college and retirement. It also offers practical guidance about purchasing insurance, applying for government benefits, and being an informed consumer.

Roadmap for the Rest of Your Life: Smart Choices About Money, Health, Work, Lifestyle ...and Pursuing Your Dreams

Presents a guide for ensuring that retirement can be lived comfortably, providing tips on such topics as insurance, health, fitness, estate planning, and housing.

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