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Personal Finance

Course Catalog ID:
Subject Categories:
Academic Elective, Career Exploration, New and Improved

This course covers topics every student will find useful in the pursuit of being a good steward of their own possessions as well as a framework to have something to share with others in need (Eph 4:28). Students will study concepts and practices essential to personal financial stability and security, and explore the disciplines required for the growth and management of wealth. In studying practical strategies and examining real-world examples, students will learn how to manage personal financial goals and study several planning and investment techniques to achieve those goals. Course topics also include the finances of home ownership, automobile ownership, savings and checking accounts, credit cards, investments, insurance, personal loans, income taxes, retirement planning, and more.

Notes and Requirements
Grade Levels*:
9, 10, 11, 12
(* Determined by Date of Birth and declared Grad Year. Enrollment outside these grade levels requires written concurrence from TPS Support.)
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