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Published: 
December 2018
Page Count: 
430
ISBN (Digital): 
978-1-4533-9201-0

Personal Finance

Version 3.0 By: Rachel S. Siegel
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Key Features

  • Includes clear learning objectives, key takeaways, and exercise problems in each section.
  • Includes personal finance planning problems, solutions, and exercises.
  • Includes links to videos, blogs, and other external applications.
  • Customizable.

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This textbook is suitable for the following courses: Personal Finance

Personal Finance was written with two simple goals in mind: to help students develop a strong sense of financial literacy and to provide a wide range of pedagogical aids to keep them engaged and on track. This book is a practical introduction that covers all of the fundamentals and introduces conceptual frameworks in a way that students can grasp and use in their personal lives.

New in This Version

  • Updated to reflect changes in tax code.
  • Updated figures, statistics, references, and links.
  • Refreshed photos and artwork.
  • Expanded explanation of math steps and calculations.
  • More in-depth discussion of exchange traded funds (ETFs).
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Instructor Manual

Instructor Manual

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PowerPoint Lecture Notes

PowerPoint Lecture Notes

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Rachel S. Siegel Northern Vermont University

Rachel S. Siegel (MBA Yale University, CFA) was a professor of finance, economics, and accounting at Northern Vermont University from 1990-2016. She has also taught as an adjunct faculty member at Trinity College, Granite State College, Springfield College, the University of Vermont, and Champlain College. Siegel has worked for the CFA Institute on exam development, data forensics, and curricula, and as a consultant to several other exam prep providers. She is an editor and writer and works with both practitioners and academics specializing in investments. Her column "Follow the Money" has been a regular feature of the Northstar Monthly since 2001. Originally from Providence, Rhode Island, Rachel now lives in Barnet, Vermont.

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