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Consumer and Financial Management
Homebuyer Education eCourse: A Place of Your Own
Purchasing a home is probably the biggest purchase you'll ever make. It’s an exciting experience and not a simple task.
Many home loan programs require completion of a homebuyer course to qualify for a loan. A Place of Your Own is an online course to help homebuyers learn about the process of buying a home.
The six lesson topics are:
preparing for home ownership
determining a budget
shopping for a home
securing a mortgage
closing the loan
being a homeowner
Lesson activities include videos, worksheets, and quizzes. After completing the lessons, earn your homebuyer's certificate with a score of at least 70% correct on the final test.
The course can be completed anytime, anywhere from any computer with Internet access.
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Small Steps to Health and Wealth
Twenty similarities between personal health and wealth issues are described and common obstacles to change are reviewed. Then twenty-five strategies to change behavior for improved health and increased wealth are described. Fourty-four worksheets and sixteen information-packed tables help the reader adapt these strategies to their situation. Health and wealth benchmarks are included to help define health and wealth goals. Includes extensive lists of reference and web-based resources.
This workbook discusses financial basics, insurance, investing, retirement planning, and planning for life events. This practical, clearly written guidebook is the work of two certified financial planners and educators at Rutgers University.
Getting Organized -- Personal and Financial Records
Can you find key information when you need it?
Would someone else be able to find essential information if you were away or ill?
Learn how to keep tabs on the many parts of your personal and financial matters with the forms presented in this electronic 65-page workbook. Download/ print the workbook and record essential financial and family information, lists of financial accounts, insurance policies and credit cards; names of professional advisers; health and employment records; location of important documents; and more...
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