Graduating high school and college seniors are faced with a lot of immediate concerns and tough decisions; unfortunately, life doesn’t come with a guidebook. Their finances, however, can. This new title provides high school and undergraduate students with easy-to-understand guidance on how to manage their finances.
Grey House Publishing’s Financial Literacy Basics breaks down in accessible terms the essentials of early financial literacy, such as renter’s insurance, checking accounts, paying back student loans, sticking to a budget, and much more.
Geared towards those who are just starting out, this volume outlines step-by-step, how to make the most out of their money, which pitfalls to avoid, and what to watch out for, to give students peace of mind that they are fully equipped to manage their finances after graduation.
Written in accessible language, the Financial Literacy Basics takes the guesswork out of financial planning--how to manage a checking account, how to stick to a budget, how to pay back student loans quickly--information necessary for students to get started on their financial future. Each chapter is devoted to a specific topic relevant to those who are just beginning. Combined, they provide students with helpful information on how to best manage their money.
Readers will get immediate answers and helpful guidance about:
- How to Manage Debt
- How to Start a 401K
- How to Manage and Stick to a Budget
- What to Know About Checking Accounts
- Renting an Apartment and Understanding Renters Insurance
- Buying a Car and Understanding Auto Insurance
- Understanding Health Insurance Plans
- Calculating the Costs of College & Understanding Student Loans
Filled with information that will educate and inform your students about their finances, this new title is a must-have source for high school and college libraries.