The Teen’s Guide to Personal Finance

It’s no surprise that a record number of Americans are declaring bankruptcy while consumer debt and foreclosures are at an all time high. Many adults simply don’t have the basic financial knowledge to safely navigate today’s environment of predatory lending identity theft and nonstop consumer marketing. What’s more they don’t know how to leverage to their advantage the valuable financial tools they do have. The High School Graduate’s Guide to Financial Intelligence teaches young adults important lessons in personal finance that they likely aren’t learning at home or in school.

Armed with this information they will be better prepared to achieve their financial goals while avoiding common pitfalls.

The Teen’s Guide to Personal Finance by Joshua Holmberg, published in 2008 by iUniverse; Illustrated edition (July 21, 2008), is a critical exploration of Money Management, fitting into the broader realm of Business & Money, Accounting Books. With 94 pages, of detailed analysis and commentary, it’s a significant contribution to the field. The book’s ISBNs 059550969X and 9780595509690 make it easily accessible for scholars and critics.

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