Teaching Teens About Money: (Self-Paced. Begin any time, end by July 31.)
Sunday, Jan 01, 2012 12:05 AM EST
- Monday, Jul 23, 2012 11:55 PM EDT
Online, Online, NY
In today’s world, teens have more financial choices than ever before, but also face more potential pitfalls. Credit cards, debit cards, investments, taxes -- all can be confusing, for parents and teens. This course will review basics such as how to make a useful budget and balance a checkbook, but it will also teach financial concepts such as the differences among savings options, basic investment strategies and how to use credit wisely. It will also outline what you need to know to understand college financial aid choices. This is an online, self-paced course. begin any time between Aug 15 – Dec 15. You will have access 24 hours a day to study until 7/31/12.
PLEASE NOTE: This is an online seminar and you will be accessing your seminar through the Epsilen Global Learning System (GLS). You will have access to the course on Epsilen until 7/31/12. Within 72 hours you will receive an e-mail which will prompt you to set up an account with Epsilen (if you do not already have one) and join the seminar. The email will go to the email address you provide when you register. Look for Epsilen Course Invitation. If you do not receive your invitation, please check your spam filter before writing to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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