- Researching banks and bank rates
- Using certificate of deposits
- Monitoring credit scores
- Investing in the stock market
- Leveraging brokerage accounts
- Using mutual funds, ETFs, and bonds
- Diversifying a portfolio
- Leveraging life and property insurance
- Examining HSAs as an option
- Planning for retirement
- Comparing 401(k) to 403(b)
- Using Roth IRAs and SEP accounts
Skill Level Intermediate
- [Instructor] The purpose of finance is to help you understand what is likely to happen to your money invested in a variety of ways and prepare for different outcomes. Finance can be used for businesses examining profits and losses, for individuals making investment decisions and for every day choices ranging from banking and buying a house to getting insurance. This means that unlike accounting, which is backward looking, finance is forward looking, and that's what this course is all about. In this course, we cover the fundamentals that you need to know to make your life more successful. Let's get started.
Finance Essentials for Small Businesswith Jim Stice51m 10s Intermediate
Introduction: What Is Finance?
Wrap up1m 41s
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