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The Complete Guide to Personal Finance For Teenagers and College Students Revised 2nd Edition With Workbook On Companion CD

ISBN #: 9781620230701


$19.95

 

In this completely revised edition, young people learn how to get and manage credit, how to make and stick to a budget, how to pay for college, how to determine needs versus wants, how to pay for a car, how to open a bank account, how to balance a checkbook, how to manage finances online, and how to avoid financial mistakes. You will also learn about investments, taxes, checks, debit cards, credit cards, and budget tips. This book is filled with helpful suggestions from financial counselors, and you will discover ways to jumpstart your financial future and use money responsibly.


School Fundraising 101: Fun & Easy Ideas for Small Events
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School Fundraising 101: Fun & Easy Ideas for Small Events

ISBN #: 9781620231630


$19.95

Note: Pre-Order Only. Your card will be charged at the time the order is placed and ship as soon as it is available.  Current Release Date June 2017.

Are you in charge of fundraising for a field trip? A pizza party? A new band instrument? New sports uniforms? If you've ever had to fundraise, you know how hard it can be. This book provides you with 101 fun and easy ideas to get the ball rolling.

The easy format makes reading hassle-free, all while providing you with proven ways to get the cash flowing. Every event has a quick overview chart so that you can see at a glance if the event is a good fit for your group. You will immediately be able to assess the degree of effort required in six major categories: estimated cost, obtaining sponsors and donations, finding a venue, recruiting volunteers, preparing for the event, and executing the event.

With the help of this classic guide for small events, you will find what best meets your financial goals.

Whether it is for your school, sports team, church, or any other group or nonprofit organization, you will find your next small fundraising event here.


School Fundraising 101: Fun & Easy Ideas for Small Events
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School Fundraising 101: Fun & Easy Ideas for Big Events

ISBN #: 9781620231654


$19.95

Note: Pre-Order Only. Your card will be charged at the time the order is placed and ship as soon as it is available.  Current Release Date June 2017.

Are you in charge of fundraising for prom? What about a mission trip? A band trip? An overseas opportunity? If you've ever had to fundraise for a big event, you know how hard it can be. This book provides you with 101 fun and easy ideas to get the ball rolling.

The easy format makes reading hassle-free, all while providing you with proven ways to get the cash flowing. Every event has a quick overview chart so that you can see at a glance if the event is a good fit for your group. You will immediately be able to assess the degree of effort required in six major categories: estimated cost, obtaining sponsors and donations, finding a venue, recruiting volunteers, preparing for the event, and executing the event.

With the help of this classic guide, you will find the events that best meet your financial goals.

Whether it is for your school, sports team, church, or any other group or nonprofit organization, you will find your next fundraising event here.


I Didn’t Learn That in High School: 199 Facts About Credit Scores
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I Didn’t Learn That in High School: 199 Facts About Credit Scores

ISBN #: 9781620231739


$19.95

Note: Pre-Order Only. Your card will be charged at the time the order is placed and ship as soon as it is available.  Current Release Date June 2017.

College is in your future, and before you know it, you'll be applying for loans. Knowing your credit score and how to improve it early on will save you lots of time and money.

With the average credit score for young adults being around 630, and the ideal credit score being about 760, this book will help young adults learn what they can do to close that gap.

This book will teach you what to do to increase your credit score, from making payments to how many credit cards you should have. We debunk the most popular credit score myths, and we teach you what to do if you don’t have a credit score yet.

Everything is explained in an informal and user-friendly way. No age or intellectual ability will be left out. If you want to start your financial life on the right foot, this book is your perfect solution.


The Young Adult's Guide to Selling Your Art, Music, Writing, Photography, & Crafts Online: Turn Your Hobby into Cash
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The Young Adult's Guide to Selling Your Art, Music, Writing, Photography, & Crafts Online: Turn Your Hobby into Cash

ISBN #: 9781620231777


$19.95

Note: Pre-Order Only. Your card will be charged at the time the order is placed and ship as soon as it is available.  Current Release Date June 2017.

You're the creative one in the family. You're an artist, a singer, a photographer - you name it, you have a knack for it. So, how do you turn your skill into a real money-making business?

This book will give you the tools you need to sell your material even if you have absolutely no experience. The online marketplace may seem a little daunting, but between these covers are tutorials, examples, and research that will turn your hobby into fast cash.

You will learn about online galleries, website design, search engines, publicity sources, online forums, auction sites, the basics of online marketing, e-mail marketing, and much more. You'll even learn the exact times that people are most likely to look at a specific social media app so that you can reach as many people as you can.

You will learn about popular DIY sites like Etsy and Pinterest as well as how to start your own online store.

With vibrant, easy-to-read language, this book provides you with everything you need to find customers and keep them coming back.


So Your Parent is a Veteran: A Step-by-Step Guide to Reaping the Financial Benefits
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So Your Parent is a Veteran: A Step-by-Step Guide to Reaping the Financial Benefits

ISBN #: 9781620231814


$19.95

Note: Pre-Order Only. Your card will be charged at the time the order is placed and ship as soon as it is available.  Current Release Date June 2017.

Being the son or daughter of a veteran can be tough. Many of the approximately 21.8 million veterans in the US are disabled or are dealing with some kind of mental health issue such as PTSD.

The good news is that not everything has to be tough when your parent is a veteran. You have access to a lot of financial benefits that you may have never realized.

Navigating government policies and programs can be confusing and time-consuming. This book arms teens with all the information they need to reap the financial benefits of having a veteran in the family.

This book covers health care, scholarships, grants, discounts, loans, hospitals, and much more. Take the next step for yourself and make everything easier by finding out what you apply for and how to make these benefits your reality.


The Young Adult's Guide to Graduating College Debt-Free — Skills and Strategies
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The Young Adult's Guide to Graduating College Debt-Free — Skills and Strategies

ISBN #: 9781620231937


$19.95

Note: Pre-Order Only. Your card will be charged at the time the order is placed and ship as soon as it is available.  Current Release Date June 2017.

College can be expensive - the average graduating college senior is nearly $30,000 in debt when he or she walks off campus. There is also more financial aid available than ever before, with more than $238 billion distributed in 2012-13. There are a lot of options out there, and if you are not sure how to find the right financial aid for you, this book is your answer. We provide you with information on over 2,200 programs that offer scholarships, internships, or loans to more than 1.7 million students each year.

For example, the Chick and Sophie Major Memorial Duck Calling Contest awards $2,000 to the high school senior with the best duck call in the country. There's also the Van Valkenburg Memorial Scholarship, where you can win $1,000 if you're a descendant “by birth or legal adoption” of Lambert and Annetje Van Valkenburg.

This book will also provide hundreds of innovative ways to cut college costs, including tips on how to earn college credit on an accelerated basis, how to calculate your college budget, how to make use of tuition prepayment plans, how to combine higher education and course-related employment, and how to buy supplies and textbooks for cheap. If you're looking to graduate debt-free, this book has you covered.