18000 courses for personal finance

Finance for Everyone: Smart Tools for Decision-Making

Gautam Kaul
The University of Michigan via edX

impact of different choices available to you: from renting or buying, evaluating car, home and student loans, or deciding whether to go to college versus pursuing a new idea to simply understanding how the financial world works. Starting with time value of money, the course will help you develop a full appreciation for the many applications of finance. Using real world examples, the course will enable you to understand and analyze many personal

Personal Finance

Sugato Chakravarty
Purdue University via edX

products like life insurance, health insurance, and property insurance might be relevant for you? How to maximize your retirement savings? This course aims to make finding the answers to these questions, and many other similar questions, interesting and fun. This personal finance course is divided into four modules: investments, credit, insurance and retirement. Each module is independent and may be studied on its own, although studying them

Finance for Everyone: Debt

Arshad Ahmad
McMaster University via Coursera

opportunities to interpret, uncover and acquire financial information that is often hidden or missing. We also summarize important threads from previous courses to give you a deep and cohesive understanding of when debt works for you and when it becomes your worst enemy. Syllabus: Week 1: Welcome & Personal Debt Welcome! This first week will introduce you to a critical question for our time: how much debt is too much debt? We start by

Personal & Family Financial Planning

Michael S. Gutter, Ph.D.
University of Florida via Coursera

About the course: Personal and Family Financial Planning will address many critical personal financial management topics in order to help you learn prudent habits both while in school and throughout your lifetime. Skills you will gain: Personal Finance,Insurance,Saving,Investment Syllabus: Week 1: Understanding Personal Finance Path to financial security and time value of money. Week 2: Financial Statements, Tools, and Budgets Managing your

Syllabus: Personal Finance Course - 11:373:353 (01)

Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey

Personal Finance Course, 11:373:353 (01) Department of Agricultural, Food, and Resource Economics Home About the Professor Class Gradebook Class Synopsis Assignments Exam Review Games Presentations/Lectures Syllabus (PDF) Personal Finance Fall 2014 Semester Syllabus Course Number: 11:373:353 (Section 01) Number of Credit Hours: 3 credits Pre-requisites

The Ultimate Guide to Personal Finance & Saving Thousands

Justin Kelsey

Description In this course, I plan to go educate you on every aspect of personal finance, as well as how you can immediately begin saving thousands of dollars every year and feel great about your financial future for the rest of your life. In case you couldn't tell, finance is incredibly exciting to me, and I hope the knowledge taught in this course will bring you all of the same success it's brought me, saving nearly $15,000

Personal Finances

Brigham Young University Hawaii

being offered. 14.1 Financial Planning Learning Objectives Define personal finances and financial planning . Explain the financial planning life cycle . Discuss the advantages of a college education in meeting short- and long-term financial goals. Describe the steps you’d take to get a job offer and evaluate alternative job offers, taking benefits into account. Understand the ways to finance a college education

How Student Loans Affect Your Finances

Devin Czech

discipline! Your student loans will take time to pay off, and your finances will require time to improve! Believe me when I say that the time is absolutely worth it! Stay Focused 03:12 Conclusion 1 Lecture 04:18 Thank you for attending this online course! I hope that this course has help you in some way. Please take the time to leave a review. Your feedback is valued! Final Words 04:18 What Will I Learn? Understand opportunity cost Understand the impact student loans have on personal finances Create a plan to take control of student loan debt

Credit Scores: How Personal Credit Works

Huntly Mayo Malasky

Description Do you know how your credit score actually works? Did you know that a bad credit score can cost you thousands of dollars? Neither do most people, until they find out the hard way… Information on credit scores isn’t widely taught, even though it’s one of the most important parts of personal finance. And you probably know your credit score is something you should

Behavioral Economics and Finance

Xavier Gabaix
MIT OpenCourseWare

This course surveys research which incorporates psychological evidence into economics. Topics include: prospect theory, biases in probabilistic judgment, self-control and mental accounting with implications for consumption and savings, fairness, altruism, and public goods contributions, financial market anomalies and theories, impact of markets, learning, and incentives, and memory, attention, categorization, and the thinking process.