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FCHD3350 - Family Finance, Spring 2005

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Upon completion of this course you should be able to: 1. Identify personal/family values and establish appropriate financial goals. 2. Develop financial plans that reflect your values and goals. 3. Begin implementation of your plans to meet short and long term financial goals. 4. Evaluate options for providing financial security throughout your life. 5. Recall and apply specific fact concerning various financial topics, tools, and services.

Family Finance

FCHD 3350

Professor Alena Johnson

Family, Consumer, and Human Development
Utah State University

Course Structure: Three 100-minute classes per week

Prerequisites: None

Image courtesy of Chris Thornburg

Course Description

Upon completion of this course you should be able to: 1. Identify personal/family values and establish appropriate financial goals. 2. Develop financial plans that reflect your values and goals. 3. Begin implementation of your plans to meet short and long term financial goals. 4. Evaluate options for providing financial security throughout your life. 5. Recall and apply specific fact concerning various financial topics, tools, and services.

Course Contents

FCHD3350 - FamFinUnits: Unit 8.pdf , Spring 2005

FCHD3350 - Unit 14: Consumerism and the Wealthy Barber Review , Spring 2005

FCHD3350 - FamFinUnits: Unit9b.pdf , Spring 2005

FCHD3350 - FamFinUnits: Unit 14.pdf , Spring 2005

FCHD3350 - Alena , Spring 2005

FCHD3350 - FamFinUnits: Unit 7.pdf , Spring 2005

FCHD3350 - FamFinUnits: Unit 10.pdf , Spring 2005

FCHD3350 - Additional Resources , Spring 2005

FCHD3350 - FamFinSyllabus: FCHD3350syllabus.pdf , Spring 2005

FCHD3350 - Unit 12: Life Insurance , Spring 2005

FCHD3350 - About the Professor , Spring 2005

FCHD3350 - Readings , Spring 2005

FCHD3350 - Alena1 , Spring 2005

FCHD3350 - FamFinUnits: Unit 9.pdf , Spring 2005

FCHD3350 - FamFinUnits: Unit 12.pdf , Spring 2005

FCHD3350 - FamFinUnits: Unit 11.pdf , Spring 2005

FCHD3350 - Unit 9: Housing , Spring 2005

FCHD3350 - FamFinUnits: Unit 3.pdf , Spring 2005

FCHD3350 - Schedule , Spring 2005

FCHD3350 - Unit 5: Banking Options , Spring 2005

FCHD3350 - FamFinUnits: Unit 5.pdf , Spring 2005

FCHD3350 - Unit 7: Debt, Debt Reduction, and Bankruptcy , Spring 2005

FCHD3350 - FamFinUnits: Unit 4.pdf , Spring 2005

FCHD3350 - Unit 2: Planning and Record Keeping , Spring 2005

FCHD3350 - Unit 3: Budgeting, Savings, Reducing Expenses , Spring 2005

FCHD3350 - Unit 13: Investing and Retirement , Spring 2005

FCHD3350 - FamFinUnits: Unit 6.pdf , Spring 2005

FCHD3350 - Family Finance , Spring 2005

FCHD3350 - Unit 6: Credit, Credit Cards, and Credit Histories , Spring 2005

FCHD3350 - Unit 8: Major Purchases , Spring 2005

FCHD3350 - Unit 1: Factors Affecting Family Finance , Spring 2005

FCHD3350 - Syllabus , Spring 2005

FCHD3350 - FamFinUnits: Unit 1.pdf , Spring 2005

FCHD3350 - Unit 10: Renters, Homowners, and Auto Insurance , Spring 2005

FCHD3350 - Alena Johnson Vita , Spring 2005

FCHD3350 - Unit 11: Health, Disability, and Long-Term Care Insurance , Spring 2005

FCHD3350 - Unit 4: Taxes , Spring 2005

FCHD3350 - FamFinUnits: Unit 13.pdf , Spring 2005

FCHD3350 - FamFinUnits: Unit 2.pdf , Spring 2005

FCHD3350 - FinanceCourseImage , Spring 2005

FCHD3350 - Download This Course , Spring 2005

Copyright 2008, Alena Johnson. Cite/attribute Resource . Johnson, A., admin. (2005, September 12). Family Finance. Retrieved January 08, 2011, from Free Online Course Materials — USU OpenCourseWare Web site: http://ocw.usu.edu/Family__Consumer____Human_Development/Family_Finance/index.html. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons License Creative Commons License