Length: (19:35), (22:09) min.
7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, Adult Learning
Financial Fitness like physical fitness takes a sharp focus on the final goal. What we would like to accomplish financially. It requires us to crunch the numbers, focus the energy, and keep the course if we are to stay healthy in a financial sense.
As part of that regimen, we’ll help young adults learn to appreciate the value of their money by presenting the pleasures and pitfalls of financially responsibility. From credit to interest and all the money stops in between, we’ll share successful strategies for ways to remain financially fit.
1. Identity Theft: Protecting Your Identity— This comprehensive program for young adults provides all the information necessary for protecting yourself from identity theft. The well-aimed message includes a step by step explanation of the problem, the possible defenses, and important solutions for keeping your personal identity protecte.
2. Taking Credit For Your Credit— Credit can be a double-edged sword. It offers us the ability to purchase things we might need and want without spending cash but then ties us to the debt that has been created. Understanding the importance of this trade-off is crucial for playing the credit game. A program designed to reach young earners well before serious credit problems can begin.
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