Financial Prep 101: Simple Tips for the Next Generation, Second Edition

Unlock the Mystery of Financial Terms and Enter a

Brave New World of Finance

Financial Prep 101: Simple Tips for the Next Generation presents … An Introduction for Teens and Young Adults to Financial Terms & Concepts to prepare them to simply take care of their finances as an adult.


If a picture paints a thousand words, then stories provide the color and texture for bringing experiences to life.

Financial Prep 101: How to Become Financially Strong


Course Curriculum

  Chapter 1 - Budgeting and Saving (pages 0-68)
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  Chapter 2 - Borrowing and Financing (pages 69-138)
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  Chapter 3 - Investing (pages 139-228)
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  Chapter 4 - Retirement Planning (pages 229-305)
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  Chapter 5 - Wealth Protection (pages 307-364)
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Hi, I’m Janis

Dr. Janis received her Doctorate in Education, Public Affairs and Administration from the University of Missouri, Kansas City. She has 15 years’ experience in sales and marketing management for two Fortune 500 companies; and Janis spent 18+ years as a Financial Advisor holding her Series 7, 63, & 65 Registered Representative and Investment Advisor licenses, Life & Health licenses, and she previously held a Real Estate license and was a Real Estate Appraiser; and Janis has also taught as an adjunct professor at UMKC.  

Today, Janis continues to work with individuals and Business Owners to help them with their financial lives by creating insurance risk plans to assist in reducing financial exposure.
Janis lives with her husband John; and together they have a blended family with six sons and a growing number of grandchildren. Janis and John enjoy working out, playing golf, and are avid sports enthusiasts.


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Janis Dickey, PhD

Financial Prep 101: How to Become Financially Strong

This financial course tracks with the Book ... Financial Prep 101: Simple Tips for the Next Generation, (Amazon.com) and presents …

 

An Introduction for Teens and Young Adults to Financial Terms & Concepts and their Application in an Uncommon Manner.

 

Written from a personal perspective, coupled with real-life client financial experiences, Janis draws on her 30+ years of experience to present a creative resource for educators – traditional, private, and home-school – to employ when presenting students with the basic terms of:

·        Budgeting & Saving

·        Borrowing & Financing

·        Investing

·        Retirement Planning

·        Protection Strategies

 

The easy-to-read, activity-based content is designed to engage and promote students to use this workbook to learn about the Brave New World of Financial terms to encourage personal fiscal money management and set the reader on a road of financial success throughout their lives.

 

A Story-based presentation style adds variety and interest to a subject that is often complicated and ignored – learning through someone else’s experience adds texture to the topic and enforces understanding.

 

JanisRDickey.com


Jump$tart Coalition® National Standards in K-12 Personal Finance Education

Financial Responsibility and Decision Making


“Overall Competence: Apply reliable information and systematic decision making to personal financial decisions.

1: Spending and Saving: Apply strategies to monitor income and expenses, plan for spending and save for future goals.
2: Credit and Debt: Develop strategies to control and manage credit and debt.
3: Employment and Income: Use a career plan to develop personal income potential.
4: Investing: Implement a diversified investment strategy that is compatible with personal
financial goals.
5: Risk Management and Insurance: Apply appropriate and cost-effective risk management
strategies.
6: Financial Decision Making: Apply reliable information and systematic decision making to
personal financial decisions.” (6)


Jump$tart Coalition(r) National Standards in

K-12 Personal Finance Education track with

Financial Prep 101: Simple Tips for the Next Generation

Second Edition


Course Objectives
  1. At the beginning of each chapter, ‘Learning Objectives’ are presented to clearly define content learning goals.
  2. Activities are offered throughout the course chapters to fully engage the learner.
  3. There are “Check for Understanding’ checklists at the end of each chapter to reinforce learning outcomes.
  4. Each chapter presents Real-life stories for the reader - to further help them relate to the information/concepts.
  5. A quiz is presented at the end of each chapter.

janisrdickey.com is the handbook website.