eBook Cash and Credit Information for Teens, 3rd Edition

  • Keith Jones
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  • ISBN-10: 0780815521
  • ISBN-13: 9780780815520
  • DDC: 332.024008
  • Grade Level Range: 7th Grade - 12th Grade +
  • 400 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2017 | Published/Released April 2017
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2017
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About

Overview

This new third edition provides practical information for teens about receiving income, paying taxes, and budgeting. It discusses how to choose appropriate banking services, manage a checking account, use credit and debit cards, make informed shopping decisions, borrow money for education or major purchases, and avoid financial pitfalls.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Table of Contents.
Preface.
Earning Money.
1: The Five Principles of Making Money.
2: Career Planning for High Schoolers.
3: Finding a Summer Job or Internship.
4: Want to be Your Own Boss?.
5: How to Become an Entrepreneur.
6: Ways to Make Money Online.
7: Tax Information for Students.
Managing Your Money.
8: Essential Money Management.
9: Preparing a Budget.
10: Banking Basics.
11: Choosing and Using the Right Bank Account.
12: What You Should Know about Checking Accounts.
13: Avoid Fraud and Protect Your Privacy: Best Practices for Young Adults.
14: Avoiding Common Mistakes with Money.
15: Fine-Tuning Your Money Management.
16: Another Good Use of Your Money: Helping the Less Fortunate.
Managing Debt and Credit.
17: What You Need to Know about Credit.
18: Borrowing Basics.
19: Choosing and Managing a Credit Card.
20: Credit Reports and Credit Scores.
21: Other Plastic: Debit Cards, Credit Cards, Charge Cards, Gift Cards, and Prepaid Cards.
22: Car Loans.
23: Educational Loans.
24: Keeping Your Credit and Debit Cards Safe.
Smart Spending.
25: Shopping and Impulse Buying.
26: Things to Know before You Shop.
27: Using Credit Wisely.
28: Online Shopping: A Guide for E-Consumers.
29: Social Media and Opinion-Based Shopping.
30: Mobile Payment Services.
31: Online Payment Services.
32: Shopping for a Cell Phone Plan.
33: Buying a Computer.
34: Shopping for High-Speed Internet Service.
35: Buying Your First Car.
36: Taking Your Money on a Trip.
37: Facts for Consumers: How to Right a Wrong.
Avoiding Financial Pitfalls.
38: Dealing with Debt.
39: Watch Out for Predatory Lending Practices.
40: If Your Credit, ATM, or Debit Cards Are Lost or Stolen.
41: Identity Theft and Identity Fraud.
42: Con Artists Want Your Money: Avoid These Scams and Schemes.
43: Telemarketing Scams.
44: Things You Can Do to Avoid Fraud.
If You Need More Information.
45: Online Money Management Tools.
46: Resources for Financial Information.
Index.
Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Table of Contents.
Preface.
Earning Money.
1: The Five Principles of Making Money.
2: Career Planning for High Schoolers.
3: Finding a Summer Job or Internship.
4: Want to be Your Own Boss?.
5: How to Become an Entrepreneur.
6: Ways to Make Money Online.
7: Tax Information for Students.
Managing Your Money.
8: Essential Money Management.
9: Preparing a Budget.
10: Banking Basics.
11: Choosing and Using the Right Bank Account.
12: What You Should Know about Checking Accounts.
13: Avoid Fraud and Protect Your Privacy: Best Practices for Young Adults.
14: Avoiding Common Mistakes with Money.
15: Fine-Tuning Your Money Management.
16: Another Good Use of Your Money: Helping the Less Fortunate.
Managing Debt and Credit.
17: What You Need to Know about Credit.
18: Borrowing Basics.
19: Choosing and Managing a Credit Card.
20: Credit Reports and Credit Scores.
21: Other Plastic: Debit Cards, Credit Cards, Charge Cards, Gift Cards, and Prepaid Cards.
22: Car Loans.
23: Educational Loans.
24: Keeping Your Credit and Debit Cards Safe.
Smart Spending.
25: Shopping and Impulse Buying.
26: Things to Know before You Shop.
27: Using Credit Wisely.
28: Online Shopping: A Guide for E-Consumers.
29: Social Media and Opinion-Based Shopping.
30: Mobile Payment Services.
31: Online Payment Services.
32: Shopping for a Cell Phone Plan.
33: Buying a Computer.
34: Shopping for High-Speed Internet Service.
35: Buying Your First Car.
36: Taking Your Money on a Trip.
37: Facts for Consumers: How to Right a Wrong.
Avoiding Financial Pitfalls.
38: Dealing with Debt.
39: Watch Out for Predatory Lending Practices.
40: If Your Credit, ATM, or Debit Cards Are Lost or Stolen.
41: Identity Theft and Identity Fraud.
42: Con Artists Want Your Money: Avoid These Scams and Schemes.
43: Telemarketing Scams.
44: Things You Can Do to Avoid Fraud.
If You Need More Information.
45: Online Money Management Tools.
46: Resources for Financial Information.
Index.