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Budgeting & Saving and Eliminating Debt

Oracle headquarters in Bay peninsula, San Franciso


This course is designed to teach money management and investing skills to help the average consumer get the greatest return for his or her money. The series is for users who wish to learn how to control debt, choose credit and banking accounts wisely, and create a solid plan for retirement.


Benefits of training:


The course uses engaging activity screens, questions and assessments in conjunction with videos which set the scene for fun, interactive learning. Students will work through real-world technical challenges and will learn how to overcome them. Authentic screenshots, videos, interactive activities and audio feature throughout. The training is delivered through a secure, privacy controlled application, so you can jump in and out of any course whenever you sign in.


• Gain access to NUS Student Discount Card. Exclusive student discounts including Apple store, ASOS, Co-op food, Amazon, Microsoft softwares, Cineworld, Odeon, EasyJet, Matalan, Superdrug, The AA, National Express, Three Mobile, Riley's, Domino's, Pizza Hut, McDonalds, the list goes on!
• 1 on 1 Tutor Support available throughout your entire training;
• Freephone Support;
• Job Placement and Reference and IT Career Assistance;
• Comprehensive and Fun Interactive Learning with Videos, Simulations, Exercises, Text, Audio and our Tutors;
• Certificate available on completion and passing the course;
• Access to constantly updated content;
• Practice Exams, Questions and Answers;
• No additional software needed;
• Flexible learning over PCs, MACs, Tablets and Hand-Held/Mobile Devices;


  • Budgeting & Saving and Eliminating Debt
  •  21 Hours
  • £599.99



Chapter 1: Confronting Debt

This chapter provides a guide to assessing personal debt, formulating a budget, and maintaining a good credit rating.

  • Objectives
    • - Assess his/her financial situation by listing debts and liabilities
    • - Create a budget
    • - Explain how credit bureaus establish credit ratings
    • - Maintain a good credit rating
  • Topics
    • - Assessing Your Debt
    • - Creating a Budget
    • - Understanding Your Credit Rating
    • - Maintaining Good Credit


Chapter 2: Eliminating Debt

This chapter provides a guide to eliminating personal debt and rebuilding damaged credit.

  • Objectives
    • - Choose the best credit card for his/her needs
    • - Avoid paying unnecessary fees and service charges
    • - Minimize revolving debt
    • - Rebuild damaged credit
  • Topics
    • - Understanding Credit Cards
    • - Developing Smarter Credit Habits
    • - Getting Out from Under Debt
    • - Rebuilding Damaged Credit


Chapter 3: Banking Basics

This chapter explains basic principles of consumer banking.

  • Objectives
    • - Avoid paying bank transaction fees and service charges
    • - Explain how interest rates work
    • - Negotiate better rates on accounts and loans
    • - Compare banking options such as credit unions and other banks
  • Topics
    • - Avoiding Fees and Service Charges
    • - Understanding Rates
    • - Finding Better Rates
    • - Considering Banking Options


Chapter 4: Choosing Bank Accounts

This chapter explains how to choose checking accounts, savings accounts and certificates of deposit, and provides an introduction to online banking.

  • Objectives
    • - Choose the best checking account
    • - Choose the best savings account and/or CD
    • - Explain the advantages of online banking
  • Topics
    • - Understanding Checking Accounts
    • - Choosing a Checking Account
    • - Choosing Savings Accounts and CDs
    • - Banking Online


Chapter 5: Planning Your Retirement

This chapter provides an introduction to long-term investment strategy.

  • Objectives
    • - Explain investment terminology
    • - Plan a personal investment strategy
    • - Compare and choose among investment options such as stocks, bonds, and CDs
  • Topics
    • - Becoming an Informed Investor
    • - Planning Your Investments
    • - Planning for Retirement
    • - Cashing In at Retirement


Chapter 6: Exploring Investment Options

This chapter provides a guide to investing in stocks and explains other investment options including bonds, mutual funds, and government investments.

  • Objectives
    • - Describe in basic terms how the stock market works
    • - Pick stocks based on personal investment needs
    • - Compare the advantages of stocks, bonds and mutual funds
    • - Explain government investment options
  • Topics
    • - Investing in Stocks
    • - Investing in Bonds and Mutual Funds
    • - Investing with the Government

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