Personal finance is something most people struggle with at one point or another, and is often something that can be improved. Whether this takes the form of managing a budget and making long term investments or simply being more aware of budgeting, time spent working on personal finance is almost always a good investment.
Money Smart Week in 2018 takes place from April 21-28. Learn more about Money Smart Week here, and click here for a series of short videos providing more information on personal finance. For further research into personal finance, see the following resources in EBSCOhost:
Wright, Karen. "When Money Talks." Psychology Today, vol. 42, no. 3, May/Jun 2009, p. 74. EBSCOhost.
Ndweni, Buhle. "5 Steps to a Healthy Relationship with Your Money." Finweek, 21 Jan. 2016, p. 42. EBSCOhost.
Aliber, Robert Z. Your Money and Your Life : A Lifetime Approach to Money Management. Stanford Economics and Finance, 2011. EBSCOhost.
Ipsos Public, Affairs and Bank Sallie Mae. Majoring in Money: How American College Students Manage Their Finances. Sallie Mae Bank, Sallie Mae Bank, 01 Jan. 2016. EBSCOhost.