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Personal Finance

by Missouri State University

This course material is only available in the iTunes U app on iPhone or iPad.

Course Description

A study of personal finance topics from the consumer and societal perspectives. 

Topics include the preparation and interpretation of personal financial statements and budgets, the time value of money, personal saving, financial market and investment fundamentals, the effective use of consumer credit, personal bankruptcy, insurance principles, automotive and housing decisions, principles of personal taxation, and retirement planning. 

This course will provide students with the concepts and critical thinking skills to understand the effects of financial decisions on individuals, families, and society. 

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Customer Reviews


Very elementary, but a good starter. It will start you thinking about your finances if you haven't already. Also, someone get the teacher a drink of water. He has a disgusting habit of smacking his lips loudly.

Informative but dull

This course presupposes no knowledge of the subject. A useful primer.

This is why people get screwed over!

People learn to buy whole life insurance or permanent insurance, but that is a legal scam. If you pass away, your family gets the coverage but the company keeps your "cash value, which is supposed to be your savings! Thats your money and they keep it not you. BUY TERM and invest. And the teacher is wrong. Your premiums do not stay the same, they rise. You borrow from your own money and it's considered a loan. See a representative from Primerica. They will show you the truth. Good luck everyone.

Personal Finance
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