Applying financial principles to household decision making, stressing integration between areas. Income tax and estate planning, retirement, investments, portfolio management, and risk management.
Students will need Internet access to successfully complete this course.
Prerequisite: 
BUS M 201 (Financial Management) or FIN 201 (Principles of Finance) or BUS M 520 (Information Systems); any business major status.
Course Outline: 
1. Another Perspective on Wealth
2. Setting Personal Goals
3. Budgeting and Measuring Your Financial Health
4. Tax Planning
5. Cash Management
6. Understanding Credit and Debt
7. Time Value of Money
8. Insurance
9. Consumer and Mortgage Loans
10. Investments
11. Family and Finance
12. Retirement
13. Conclusions