Financial Literacy for Generation Z: A Practical Guide to Managing Your Financial Life

by
Kenneth O. Doyle Ph.D.author

Kenneth O. Doyle, PhD, is associate professor on the advertising and public relations faculty in the School of Journalism and Mass Communication, University of Minnesota–--Twin Cities and a licensed psychologist and retired financial planner.

Financial Literacy for Generation Z: A Practical Guide to Managing Your Financial Life

20190930

Praeger

Pages 184
Topics Buying a House;Choosing Your Career;Choosing Your Major;Educating Your Children;Filing for Bankruptcy;Funding Your Education;Getting a Divorce;Investing;Language of Money;Losing Your Job;Paying Taxes;Recognizing Scams;Selecting Insurance;Business: Finance, Investments and Banking

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Financial Literacy for Generation Z: A Practical Guide to Managing Your Financial Life

Author(s): Doyle, Kenneth;
Contributors: Doyle, Kenneth;
Abstract:

This indispensable resource explains principles of financial planning and financial psychology to help teens and young adults make good financial decisions now and achieve their financial goals.


• Honors the range of financial goals from simply being comfortable through becoming rich

• Provides case illustrations of how young people of different personality types engage the financial world

• Offers references to information on modern and reputable websites including NerdWallet.com and CreditKarma.com

• Includes plenty of "street smart" advice

SortTitle: financial literacy for generation z: a practical guide to managing your financial life
Keyword(s): Buying a House; Choosing Your Career; Choosing Your Major; Educating Your Children; Filing for Bankruptcy; Funding Your Education; Getting a Divorce; Investing; Language of Money; Losing Your Job; Paying Taxes; Recognizing Scams; Selecting Insurance; Business: Finance, Investments and Banking
Author Info:
Kenneth O. Doyle Ph.D.author

Kenneth O. Doyle, PhD, is associate professor on the advertising and public relations faculty in the School of Journalism and Mass Communication, University of Minnesota–--Twin Cities and a licensed psychologist and retired financial planner.

eISBN-13: 9781440870675
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Print ISBN-13: 9781440870668
Imprint: Praeger
Pages: 184
Publication Date: 20190930