Examines financial decisions people must make in their personal lives. Covers personal taxation, housing and mortgages, consumer credit, insurance (including life, health, property and casualty), and retirement and estate planning. Also reviews the common financial investments made by individuals, including stocks, bonds, money market instruments and mutual funds. This class involves extensive use of the internet for access to information. (Students in the Finance Program may use this course only as a free elective, not as a course creditable towards the Finance Program.)
3 credit hours
This 15 week course requires students to spend approximately 9 hours a week on course work.
- This course is available to RIT degree-seeking undergraduate students.
Enrollment restrictions are subject to change. Please contact us for assistance.
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