Teen Finance Series: Financial Independence for Teens

Editor/Author Williams, Angela
Publication Year: 2018
Publisher: Omnigraphics, Inc.

Price: Core Collection Only
ISBN: 978-0-7808-1581-0
Category: Business, Finance & Economics - Finance, Personal
Book Status: Available
Table of Contents

Financial Independence Information for Teens offers information on expanding teen financial literacy and transitioning into adulthood. It discusses career-planning, creating and living within a budget, and planning for the future in order to meet a teen's financial and educational goals.

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Table of Contents

  • Preface
  • Part One: Determining When a Teen Is Ready to Be Independent
  • Chapter 1—Financial Capability and Literacy
  • Chapter 2—Assessing Yourself and Your Future
  • Chapter 3—Planning for Independence
  • Chapter 4—Parent and Teen Guidance to Ensure Success
  • Chapter 5—Teen Embarkment on the Journey to Independence
  • Chapter 6—Minor Emancipation Laws
  • Chapter 7—Teens with Disabilities
  • Chapter 8—Barriers for Foster Care Teens
  • Part Two: Teen Employment
  • Chapter 9—Work and Age Restrictions Requirement for Employment
  • Chapter 10—Know the Rules
  • Chapter 11—Data on Teen Participation in the Workforce
  • Chapter 12—Exploring Your Career Path
  • Chapter 13—Internships: Previewing a Profession
  • Chapter 14—Job Opportunities
  • Chapter 15—Networking for Teens
  • Chapter 16—Creating a Résumé
  • Chapter 17—What Is a Cover Letter?
  • Chapter 18—Finding a Job
  • Chapter 19—Jobs for Disabled Teens
  • Chapter 20—Workplace Skills
  • Chapter 21—Workplace Ethics
  • Chapter 22—Workplace Stress
  • Chapter 23—Work-Life Balance
  • Chapter 24—Workplace Hazards
  • Chapter 25—Workers’ Rights and Safety
  • Chapter 26—Self-Employment
  • Part Three: Creating and Living within a Budget
  • Chapter 27—Budgeting
  • Chapter 28—Avoiding Common Mistakes with Money
  • Chapter 29—Basic Facts about Banks and Banking
  • Chapter 30—How to Save and Invest
  • Chapter 31—Essential Money Management
  • Chapter 32—Fine-Tuning Your Money Management
  • Chapter 33—Financial Empowerment
  • Chapter 34—Taxes and Tax Benefits for Education
  • Chapter 35—Working with Financial Professionals
  • Part Four: Living on Your Own
  • Chapter 36—Renting an Apartment or House
  • Chapter 37—Renter's Guide: Ten Tips for Tenants
  • Chapter 38—Sharing Rooms and Related Agreements
  • Chapter 39—Landlord Requirements
  • Chapter 40—Landlord-Tenant Responsibilities
  • Chapter 41—Cosigning Requirements for Young Renters
  • Chapter 42—Managing Renters’ Insurance
  • Chapter 43—Transportation Needs
  • Chapter 44—Managing Expenses
  • Chapter 45—Electronic Banking
  • Chapter 46—Finding and Applying for a Scholarship
  • Chapter 47—Financial Aid for Studying Abroad
  • Part Five: Planning for the Future
  • Chapter 48—Future Financial Goals
  • Chapter 49—How to Become an Entrepreneur
  • Chapter 50—Deciding Your Career
  • Chapter 51—Protecting Your Credit Score
  • Chapter 52—Your Credit Score and Why It Matters
  • Chapter 53—How to Rebuild Your Credit Score
  • Chapter 54—How to Dispute Credit Report Errors
  • Chapter 55—Educational Goals and Responsibilities
  • Chapter 56—How to Have a Higher Earning Potential
  • Chapter 57—Day Trading
  • Chapter 58—Ways to Make Money Online
  • Chapter 59—Things You Can Do to Avoid Fraud
  • Part Six: If You Need More Information
  • Chapter 60—Online Money Management Tools
  • Chapter 61—Financial Independence Information for Disabled Teens
  • Chapter 62—Resources for Financial Independence