This text makes sense of complex, fast-changing topics to help students become skillful financial planners. Through practical advice and proven strategies, students develop a personal philosophy for effective financial decision making. The Sixth Edition, developed with the help of an advisory board of 68 personal finance instructors, has been revised to reflect recent changes in the economy.
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