We think you have liked this presentation. If you wish to download it, please recommend it to your friends in any social system. Share buttons are a little bit lower. Thank you!
Presentation is loading. Please wait.
Published byMegan Duffy
Modified over 3 years ago
Larissa Austin and Emily Burggraf
Our Concerns: 1.
Our project directly relates to:... to provide opportunities for making decisions and for assuming responsibilities.
In 2006, teens nationwide spent $179 billion… … more than what some Third World countries spent…
Pay yourself first.
Decide where to put your money.
Where to find money to save?
Slash the incidentals.
Keep a careful record of all of your expenditures. Month One
Consider making investment purchases.
Think it through.
Buy used dorm furnishings. Take advantage of free services. Trim your rent. Share those DVDs. Use your parents health insurance.
Gas Food Entertainment Put yourself on an envelope budget.
Save those pennies!
Never buy a new textbook. Shop like a senior. Make your cell phone your ONLY phone. Dont go crazy with the meal plan. Use credit cards wisely.
Youth Group Encore Class 7 th hour
What is Budgeting? IncomeExpensesSavings. What is Income? Where does it come from? What are some sources of Income? Things to consider… Federal.
Managing Your Money Class Notes: 1 - 9
BUDGETING. Budget Categories Income--$$$ coming IN Expenses--$$$ going OUT Fixed Flexible Discretionary Savings (10% of income)
My Budget as a Lawyer By : Daniel Mulraney. My Career I would like to be a lawyer because it pays well and it seems as though I would be good at it. My.
Teens lesson three the art of budgeting presentation slides 04/09.
1 Financial Wellness Curriculum Introduction to Financial Management More information available at
Consumers, Savers and Investors Chapter 6
Budgeting Spend wisely. Save Regularly. Invest Carefully.
PERSONAL FINANCE GAME This project counts as a TEST grade. LISTEN and follow directions! Excel Sheets: 1- MONTHLY BUDGET SHEET 2- CHECKING ACCOUNT 3- SAVINGS.
The Art of budgeting. What is the dumbest thing I have done with my money and what did I learn from it?
11111 Youth Money Management Learning Good Spending Habits.
To improve our members' financial well being To be the premier financial service provider to our members. Our Mission.
Living on your own Kaitlyn Cuerrier Responsibilities Money.
Subtitle Making and Living Within a Budget. How should you spend your money? How do you spend your money?
By Ivana Davila October 3, Eastern I chose Treasure Valley Community College as a school for me in eastern Oregon. Western I chose Western Oregon.
Overview The relationship between economics and scarcity Why scarcity necessitates choice The importance of opportunity cost Making decisions.
Occupation- Teacher High School New York City Starting Salary: $42,000 a year plus health benefits, dental, and optical coverage Average monthly salary.
Mr. Chapman Information Processing 10. Now that you are entering your senior years of high school, it is important that you start to think about what.
Week 5 Excel. JanFebMarAprMayJun Monthly Income 2700 Monthly Expenses Electric Water Cell Phones 130 Rent 800 Car Payments.
COLLEGE FINANCE. Will you need some type of post-high school education/training? How will you pay for that education/training? What additional expenses.
© 2017 SlidePlayer.com Inc. All rights reserved.