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Personal Finance Tax Update, 13th Edition – PDF ebook Copyright: 2021, Edition: 13th, Author: E. Thomas Garman; Raymond Forgue, Publisher: Cengage Learning, Print ISBN: 9780357438930, etext ISBN: 9780357438930, Format: PDF

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Full title: Personal Finance Tax Update, 13th Edition
Edition: 13th
Copyright year: 2021
Publisher: Cengage Learning
Author: E. Thomas Garman; Raymond Forgue
ISBN: 9780357438930, 9780357438930
Format: PDF

Description of Personal Finance Tax Update, 13th Edition:
Discover the keys to personal financial management with the practical, reader-friendly introduction in Garman/Forgue’s market-leading PERSONAL FINANCE TAX UPDATE, 13E. This step-by-step approach teaches you how to save and invest, manage student loans, file taxes, decrease credit card debt and plan a strong financial future. The latest financial information throughout this edition incorporates significant changes to the U.S. income tax system with the “”Tax Cuts and Jobs Act”” of 2018. Memorable scenarios lifted from actual situations depict a variety of financial challenges – showing you the relevance of what you’re learning and the importance of following advice from trusted personal finance experts. Many math-based examples also clearly illustrate how to achieve long-term financial goals through investing. Using the latest financial updates and effective learning tools, this edition prepares you for personal financial success now and throughout your lifetime.Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
Table of Contents of Personal Finance Tax Update, 13th Edition PDF ebook:
Brief ContentsContentsPrefaceAcknowledgementsPart 1: Financial PlanningChapter 1: Understanding Personal Finance1.1 Achieving Personal Financial Success1.2 The Economy Affects Your Personal Financial Success1.3 Think Like an Economist When Making Financial Decisions1.4 Perform Time Value of Money Calculations1.5 Make Smart Money Decisions at Work1.6 Where to Seek Expert Financial AdviceSummary of Learning Objectives RecappedLet’s Talk about ItDo the MathFinancial Planning CasesBe Your Own Personal Financial ManagerOn the NetAction Involvement ProjectsChapter 2: Career Planning2.1 Developing Your Career Plan2.2 Financial and Legal Aspects of Employment2.3 Practice Effective Employment Search StrategiesSummary of Learning Objectives RecappedLet’s Talk about ItDo the MathFinancial Planning CasesBe Your Own Personal Financial ManagerOn the NetAction Involvement ProjectsChapter 3: Financial Statements, Tools, and Budgets3.1 Financial Values, Goals, and Strategies3.2 Financial Statements Measure Your Financial Health and Progress3.3 Collect and Organize Your Financial Records to Save Time and Money3.4 Money Topics to Discuss with a Partner3.5 Reaching Your Goals through Budgeting: Your Spending/Savings Action PlanSummary of Learning Objectives RecappedLet’s Talk about ItDo the MathFinancial Planning CasesBe Your Own Personal Financial ManagerOn the NetAction Involvement ProjectsPart 2: Money ManagementChapter 4: Managing Income Taxes4.1 Progressive Income Taxes and the Marginal Tax Rate4.2 Seven Steps in Calculating Your Income Taxes4.3 Strategies to Reduce Your Income TaxesSummary of Learning Objectives RecappedLet’s Talk about ItDo the MathFinancial Planning CasesBe Your Own Personal Financial ManagerOn the NetAction Involvement ProjectsChapter 5: Managing Checking and Savings Accounts5.1 What Is Monetary Asset Management?5.2 Open Checking and Money Market Accounts5.3 Establish Ownership of Assets Wisely5.4 Electronic Money Management5.5 The Psychology of Money ManagementSummary of Learning Objectives RecappedLet’s Talk about ItDo the MathFinancial Planning CasesBe Your Own Personal Financial ManagerOn the NetAction Involvement ProjectsChapter 6: Building and Maintaining Good Credit6.1 Advantages and Disadvantages of Using Credit6.2 Three Ways to Set Your Own Debt Limit6.3 Obtaining Credit and Building a Good Credit Reputation6.4 Dealing with OverindebtednessSummary of Learning Objectives RecappedLet’s Talk about ItDo the MathFinancial Planning CasesBe Your Own Personal Financial ManagerOn the NetAction Involvement ProjectsChapter 7: Credit Cards and Consumer Loans7.1 Credit Cards and Other Types of Open-End Credit7.2 Managing Credit Cards Wisely7.3 Sources of Consumer Loans7.4 Installment Loans7.5 Calculating Interest on Consumer LoansSummary of Learning Objectives RecappedLet’s Talk about ItDo the MathFinancial Planning CasesBe Your Own Personal Financial ManagerOn the NetAction Involvement ProjectsChapter 8: Vehicle and Other Major Purchases8.1 Before You Buy Do Your Homework8.2 Comparison Shop to Find the Best Buy8.3 Negotiate Successfully8.4 Complain When AppropriateSummary of Learning Objectives RecappedLet’s Talk about ItDo the MathFinancial Planning CasesBe Your Own Personal Financial ManagerOn the NetAction Involvement ProjectsChapter 9: Obtaining Affordable Housing9.1 Should You Rent or Buy Your Home?9.2 What Does It Cost to Buy a Home?9.3 The Steps in Home Buying9.4 Financing a Home9.5 Selling a HomeSummary of Learning Objectives RecappedLet’s Talk about ItDo the MathFinancial Planning CasesBe Your Own Personal Financial ManagerOn the NetAction Involvement ProjectsPart 3: Income and Asset ProtectionChapter 10: Managing Property and Liability Risk10.1 Risk and Risk Management10.2 Understanding How Insurance Works10.3 Homeowner’s Insurance10.4 Automobile Insurance10.5 Buy Specialized Protection for Other Loss Exposures10.6 How to Collect on Your Property and Liability LossesSummary of Learning Objectives RecappedLet’s Talk about ItDo the MathFinancial Planning CasesBe Your Own Personal Financial ManagerOn the NetAction Involvement ProjectsChapter 11: Planning for Health Care Expenses11.1 The Affordable Care Act and You11.2 Types of Health Care Plans11.3 Your Health Plan Benefits and Limits11.4 Planning for Long-Term Custodial Care11.5 Disability Income Insurance11.6 Advance Directive DocumentsSummary of Learning Objectives RecappedLet’s Talk about ItDo the MathFinancial Planning CasesBe Your Own Personal Financial ManagerOn the NetAction Involvement ProjectsChapter 12: Life Insurance Planning12.1 How Much Life Insurance Do You Need?12.2 There Are Only Two Types of Life Insurance12.3 Understanding Your Life Insurance Policy12.4 How to Buy Life InsuranceSummary of Learning Objectives RecappedLet’s Talk about ItDo the MathFinancial Planning CasesBe Your Own Personal Financial ManagerOn the NetAction Involvement ProjectsPart 4: InvestmentsChapter 13: Investment Fundamentals13.1 Starting Your Investment Program13.2 Identify Your Investment Philosophy and Invest Accordingly13.3 Risks and Other Factors Affect the Investor’s Return13.4 Accept the Realities of the Market and Avoid Investing Mistakes13.5 Four Safe and Effective Strategies for Long-Term Investors13.6 Creating Your Own Investment PlanSummary of Learning RecappedLet’s Talk about ItDo the MathFinancial Planning CasesBe Your Own Personal Financial ManagerOn the NetAction Involvement ProjectsChapter 14: Investing in Stocks and Bonds14.1 The Role of Stocks and Bonds in Investments14.2 How to Evaluate Common Stocks14.3 Use the Internet to Evaluate and Select Stocks14.4 Buying and Selling Stocks14.5 Investing in BondsSummary of Learning Objectives RecappedLet’s Talk about ItDo the MathFinancial Planning CasesBe Your Own Personal Financial ManagerOn the NetAction Involvement ProjectsChapter 15: Mutual and Exchange Traded Funds15.1 Why Invest in Mutual Funds?15.2 Mutual Fund Objectives15.3 Mutual Fund Investing Fees and Charges15.4 How to Select the Funds in Which You Should InvestSummary of Learning Objectives RecappedLet’s Talk about ItDo the MathFinancial Planning CasesBe Your Own Personal Financial ManagerOn the NetAction Involvement ProjectsChapter 16: Real Estate and High-Risk Investments16.1 How to Make Money Investing in Real Estate16.2 Take Advantage of Beneficial Tax Treatments16.3 Pricing and Financing Real Estate Investments16.4 Disadvantages of Real Estate Investing16.5 Investing in Collectibles, Precious Metals, and Gems16.6 Investing in Options and Commodity Futures ContractsSummary of Learning Objectives RecappedLet’s Talk about ItDo the MathFinancial Planning CasesBe Your Own Personal Financial ManagerOn the NetAction Involvement ProjectsChapter 17: Retirement and Estate Planning17.1 The Two Types of Employer-Sponsored Retirement Plans17.2 Personally Established Retirement Accounts17.3 Some Realities of Retirement17.4 Understanding Your Social Security Retirement Income Benefits17.5 Calculate the Amount You Must Save for Retirement17.6 Avoid Penalties and Not Outlive Your Money17.7 Estate Planning Includes Distributing Your AssetsSummary of Learning Objectives RecappedLet’s Talk about ItDo the MathFinancial Planning CasesBe Your Own Personal Financial ManagerOn the NetAction Involvement ProjectsAppendixesAppendix A: Present and Future Value TablesAppendix B: Estimating Social Security BenefitsGlossaryIndex