6 Estate planning Americans are in the midst of one of greatest inter-generational
transfers of wealth in history, yet few of us have done any planning for it.
Here's how to start.
7 Basics of investing An introduction to making money in stocks, bonds and mutual
8 Life insurance Life insurance is critical to financial planning. It's a
necessity for anyone with dependents who would be affected financially by your
demise. Yet life insurance is one of the hardest financial products to understand
and it's sold by agents who are sometimes more concerned with their commissions
than your needs. This Money 101 lesson is all about a better way to buy life
9 Investing in
stocks The market can be a great place to turn savings into wealth
-- or to lose your shirt. Here are some fundamentals of investing wisely.
10 Home insurance Homeowners' insurance can be a nightmare. It's costly, confusing,
and unrewarding -- until you have to use it. Here, you'll learn how to purchase
peace of mind now and later.
12 Taxes Among the long list of necessary evils we must encounter
throughout our lives, perhaps the most constant -- taxes -- is also the least
understood. But the whole process isn't nearly as baffling as you may think. LESSON
13 Investing in
bonds Bonds can provide a steady and reasonably secure income,
while adding ballast to your portfolio--but only if you really understand what
14 Buying a car Buying a car is like no other shopping experience. The choices
seem to be endless. This lesson helps you sort through your options.
15 Buying a home Owning your home is part of the American Dream, but if you’re
not prepared, buying it can be a nightmare. Here are some fundamentals for buyers
16 Health insurance Whether your employer provides you with a group medical plan
or you need to buy coverage on the individual market, understanding how health
insurance works is the best way to get your money's worth.
17 Controlling debt You've got to know when to hold debt--and when to fold it.
This lesson shows you how to accomplish your financial goals by making debt work
18 Hiring financial
help What to keep in mind when when seeking professionals to handle
your financial planning, stock trading, insurance coverage and tax returns.
19 Employee stock
options More companies are handing out stock options, and to a much
broader group of employees. This lesson gives you vital information on how to
20 Asset allocation The single most important thing an investor can do is practice
asset allocation. Here's how.
21 Saving for college It's not rocket science, just common sense. By starting early
and investing regularly, your children may have a wider choice of colleges, and
paying the bill won't hurt as much.
22 Planning for
retirement Achieving a comfortable retirement in the 21st Century requires
a new approach to retirement planning.
23 Kids and money Up until they start earning a living, and sometimes well
beyond that, kids are apt to spend money like it grows on trees. This lesson
will help you put your children on the road to handling money responsibly.
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