Personal Financial Planning
Cengage Learning, Jan 14, 2010 - Business & Economics - 576 pages
In the midst of today's shifting financial environment and fast-paced, changing lives, it's more important than ever before that your students gain a solid foundation in personal financial planning. Gitman/Joehnk/Billingsley's market-leading PERSONAL FINANCIAL PLANNING, 12E provides students with the tools, techniques, and understanding they need to define and achieve their financial goals. The book follows a life-cycle approach -- addressing financial plans, assets, credit, insurance, investment, and retirement -- as individuals and families progress through a lifetime. The latest updates throughout this edition reflect the most recent financial developments and research -- from new tax laws and the latest financial data to professional financial advice that considers the impact of the recent global financial crisis. This edition's inviting new design incorporates opening vignettes, cases, and numerous examples from life with an integrated learning system to ensure understanding. Step-by-step features teach students to use today's most critical financial tools and technology, including financial planning software. CFP practice questions provide valuable student practice. A complete support package, including CengageNOW online course management system, saves you time as you put the best in personal financial planning in your students' hands.
Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Other editions - View all
amount annual annuity assets auto automobile average balance bank basic benefits bonds borrow broker budget calculate capital gains Chapter checking account common stock consider cost coverage credit card debit card debt deductions deposit disability dividends earnings employee estate planning estate tax example Exhibit federal fees filing finance charges financial goals FINANCIAL ROAD SIGN gift tax Go to Smart health insurance homeowner’s insurance company Insurance Needs insurance policy interest rate investors itemized deductions lease lender liability long-term loss ment month monthly payments mortgage payment mutual funds NASDAQ offer options paid pension period personal financial planning portfolio premium protection purchase rate of return real estate retirement planning risk sell shares Smart Sites Social Security spouse statement taxable income term there’s traded transactions types What’s whole life insurance Worksheet yield to maturity you’ll you’re