Get a better handle on your money with these five tips on spending, managing fixed costs, budgeting, investing, and saving.
9m 14s • COURSE
Managing Your Personal Finances with Jane Barratt
Financial expert Jane Barratt outlines a way of thinking "beyond the paycheck" that enables a more productive approach to earning, spending, saving, and investing money.
1h 26m • COURSE
Financial Wellness for Couples and Families with Amanda Clayman
Discover how to tackle the financial difficulties that often sour relationships by learning how to create and follow a family cash flow plan.
1h 7m • COURSE
Financial Wellness: Managing Personal Cash Flow with Amanda Clayman
Improve your financial wellness by learning how to create a healthy, stable, and flexible relationship with money, including a four-step model for managing your personal cash flow.
1h 2m • COURSE
Managing Your Personal Investments with Jane Barratt
Learn your investment options and how to create your own intelligent investment plan.
1h 31m • COURSE
Investment Evaluation with Yash Patel
Learn three methods to evaluate investments and make smarter financial decisions.
2h 4m • COURSE
You'll learn personal finance skills with these experts.
Jim Stice is a professor of accounting at BYU.
James D. Stice, PhD, is the Distinguished Teaching Professor of Accounting in the School of Accountancy at Brigham Young University (BYU). He teaches business and accounting to university students and to business professionals around the world. Professor Stice has been at BYU since 1988. He has co-authored three accounting textbooks and published numerous professional and academic articles. In addition, Professor Stice has been involved in executive education for Ernst & Young, Bank of America Corporation, International Business Machines Corporation, RSM, and AngloGold Limited and has taught at INSEAD (in both France and Singapore) and CEIBS (in China). He has been recognized for teaching excellence by his department, his college, and the university. Professor Stice currently serves on the audit committee of Deseret Management Corporation and served on the board of directors of a publicly traded company until it was taken private.
Professor Jim Stice received a PhD from the University of Washington as well as master's and bachelor's degrees from BYU, all in accounting.
Jane Barratt is the chief advocacy officer at MX Technologies, Inc.
Previously, Jane was the CEO at Goldbean, an online investing platform designed to help people start their investment journey with companies and brands they love, know, and buy. Jane is also a registered investment advisor (RIA) through FINRA and holds the Series 65 Securities license.
Jane is a global marketing and digital advertising pioneer, with C-suite roles in leading practices, brands, and agencies all over the world. Jane used what she saw in her career and travels to build her own personal investment portfolio that enabled her to take the leap and start GoldBean. "My 28-year-old self needed GoldBean—I had to learn and do everything the hard way when it came to investing."
Her passion is connecting people with each other, and to ideas that can change their lives. An advocate for financial literacy, Jane is taking an innovative approach to building investment expertise at scale.
She can usually be found extolling the benefits of investing and telling women to stop spending so much money on shoes—unless they buy shares in growing, successful shoe companies, of course. An avid traveler and wine lover, Jane is charting the new normal of a balanced life with her husband and three children.
With the right tools and education, Jane firmly believes that anyone can be a confident investor.
A clinician focused on financial wellness, Amanda Clayman explores the role of money in people's lives.
In 2006, she founded the Financial Wellness Program for the Actors Fund, a national human services organization, where she developed online, group, and individual services that address clients' personal and environmental financial challenges. As a leader in the emerging field of financial therapy, she speaks, consults, writes, and in all ways champions the cause of embracing a purpose-filled financial life. Find out more at amandaclayman.com.
Yash Patel is an instructor and instructional designer at LinkedIn Learning.
He comes from a teaching background and has taught learners ranging from middle school science students to adult software developers. Yash is passionate about empirical and data-driven decision making and strives to empower others with knowledge on how to design experiments, ask the right questions, and derive meaningful results. Yash lives on the sunny California coast and enjoys playing tennis in his free time.