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  • Financial Wellness Curriculum Introduction to Financial Management More information available at YouCanDealWithIt.com This presentation has been developed by and paid for by AES.
  • Introduction to Financial Management
    • Understand short and long term goals
    • Where does your money go
    • How to use student loan money wisely
    • Learning to budget
    • Understand how to manage debt
    • Smart ways to think about money
  • Setting Financial Goals
    • Short Term Goals:
      • Have enough money to last the semester
      • Go out Friday night
      • Pay off a department store credit card
    • Long Term Goals:
      • Buy a car
      • Go to Cancun for spring break
      • Buy a laptop
  • Know Where your Money is Going
    • Evaluate and track spending
      • Keep a record of all your receipts for an entire month
      • Update your check register
    • Remember that spending beyond your limits is dangerous
  • Track Expenses
    • Education expenses
      • Books
      • Transportation
      • Meals
    • Living expenses
      • Rent
      • Utilities
      • Cell phone
    • Debt payments
      • Car
      • Credit cards
    • Savings
      • Pay yourself first
  • 70-20-10 Rule
    • Use this as a guide to show you how to divide your money successfully.
    • Spend 70%
      • Use for living and education expenses - rent, food, clothing, tuition, etc.
    • Save 20%
      • 5% for emergency funds
      • 5% for specific goals – vacation, computer, etc.
      • 10% invest for the long-term
    • Spend 10%
      • For debt payments – car loan, credit card, student loans
  • Determining Financial Priorities
    • If you have $50 what would you spend it on?
      • Savings or Personal Appearance
      • Social Activity or Paying a Debt
      • Sports or Eating Out
      • Hobbies or Paying a Debt
      • Personal Appearance or Sports
      • Paying a Debt or Clothes
      • Eating out or Savings
  • Use Your Student Loan Money Wisely
    • Use student loan money for school-related expenses only
      • Tuition
      • Books
      • Supplies
      • Transportation
    • Loans are not free money
    • Don’t incur unnecessary debt
    • Remember: Your student loan must be paid back!
  • Creating a Budget
    • Not restricting, but empowering
    • Lets you have more control over your life
    • Helps you see exactly where your money is going
    • Think spending plan, not budget
  • Budget Calculator
  • Managing Debt
    • Monthly debt:
      • Credit cards
      • Student loans
      • Car payments
      • Personal Loans
    • If your debt is:
      • Under 15% - Relax
      • 15-20% - Be Cautious
      • Over 20% - Red Flag
  • Before You Buy …
    • Do you spend without thinking?
    • Before you make your next purchase - even if it is a “just” a new pair of jeans – walk away for 15 minutes and think about the following:
      • Do you NEED it?
      • How will you pay for it – cash or credit?
      • Where are you going to put it?
      • What will happen if you don’t buy it?
  • Smart Ways to Think about Money
    • Make Your Money Last
      • Find ways to increase your earnings
      • Create and commit to a monthly budget
      • Stay on top of your goals
    • Reduce Debt
      • Stop charging
      • Break the habit of paying only the minimum
      • Transfer high rate credit card balances
  • Debt Repayment Calculator
  • Introduction to Financial Management
    • Understand short and long term goals
    • Where does your money go
    • How to use student loan money wisely
    • Learning to budget
    • Understand how to manage debt
    • Smart ways to think about money
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