From Publisher's website: Everyday Finance: Economics, Personal Money Management, and Entrepreneurship provides a mix of basic and practical information on economics, personal money management, and starting a business. The authors show how various financial institutions and the stock market work; shed light on social security; examine basic business and accounting practices; and demonstrate how to manage and make money in everyday life. Everyday Finance contains 300 topical entries ranging in length from 250 to 1, 500 words that are organized into 3 units: How the Economy Works, Personal Finance: Buying, Borrowing, Saving, and Insuring, and The World of Business. This set includes more than 200 photographs and 40 charts; extensive cross-references; sources for further study; and a cumulative general index.Be advised that dealer add-ons are exorbitantly overpriced and that the same services can be purchased elsewhere for a fraction of the cost. ... Obtain an inspection checklist from a used-car buying guide, and look over the car yourself. ... Among the most sought-after green cars (those that preserved environmental quality) were the Ford Escape Hybrid, which got 33 miles ... A lease is a contract that grants an individual the right to use a certain piece of property for a specific duration inanbsp;...
|Author||:||Thomas Riggs, Mary Bonk|
|Publisher||:||Gale Cengage - 2008-04|