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Introduction to Personal Financial PlanningBy Indiana University, Todd Roberson, Kenneth Carrow

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This edX course from Indiana University demonstrates how to use advanced planning to make the most of your finances.

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When we plan ahead, it allows us to accumulate the money and the financial strength to meet the obligations that we have and therefore have money left over to improve our standard of living.

Todd Roberson

Introduction

A recent study found that over 60% of Americans would fail a Financial Literacy course. Our finances control so much of our lives; shouldn't we have a better sense of how to manage them?

Todd Roberson is a senior lecturer of finance at the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University. Roberson has over a decade of higher education experience and has contributed to a number of finance education projects during his tenure. Kenneth Carrow teaches finance at the Kelley School of Business and has been featured in several publications with work focusing on banking, debt design, and insurance.

In Introduction to Personal Financial Planning, Roberson and Carrow demonstrate planning techniques that aim to ease some of the tensions surrounding personal finances.

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