Search Results: 'Financial Plan'

Search

×
×
×
×
1,126 results for "Financial Plan"
Financial Planning Model By Homework Help Classof1
eBook (PDF): $0.00
Financial planning establishes guidelines for change in the firm. These guidelines should include (I) an identification of the firm's financial goals. (2) An analysis of the differences between these... More > goals and the current financial status of the firm, and (3) a statement of the actions needed for the firm to achieve its financial goals. In other words as one member of GM's board was heard to say. "Planning is a process that at best helps the firm avoids stumbling into the future backwards." The basic elements of financial planning comprise (I) the investment opportunities the firm elects to take advantage of (2) the amount of debt the firm chooses to employ, and (3) the amount of cash the firm thinks is necessary and appropriate to pay shareholders. These arc the financial policies that the firm must decide upon for its growth and profitability. Just as companies differ in size and products, financial plans are not the same for all companies.< Less
Financial Planning for Teens By Yvonne Brooks
eBook (PDF): $8.99
(1 Ratings)
Financial Planning for Teens is designed to assist teens in taking full responsibility for their financial future. This book is volume one from the Teen Success Series. To learn more about the Teen... More > Success Series and the Brooks & Brooks Foundation, Inc, visit our website: www.BrooksandBrooksFoundation.org< Less
Basics on Investing, Financial Markets and Financial Planning By George Mentz, JD, MBA, CWM
Paperback: $24.97
Prints in 3-5 business days
A 100+ Page treatise and compilation of information on Investing, Retirement, Financial Planning, Estate Planning, Insurance, and much much more. Guide for Certified Asset Managers and Registered... More > Financial Specialists< Less
Planning for When: A Woman’s Guide to Financial Planning By Kevin W. Pinkley AIFA®, CDFA™, CIMA®
eBook (ePub): $8.99
It doesn’t matter if they are married, divorced or single: Women tend to put others first. It could be the result of a maternal gene or simply a natural disposition to view others as more... More > important, but it’s an instinct that makes it more difficult to achieve financial security and independence. Kevin W. Pinkley, a longtime financial advisor, walks women through the steps they need to take in seeking to build and preserve wealth. Learn how to: plan for a retirement with the goal of providing a lifestyle that meets your needs; provide for a loved one in the event of death; minimize the financial impact of divorce or the death or disability of a spouse; and engage in difficult conversations with your spouse about money. Many women shrug off questions about money by saying that their spouses are smart and must have a well thought out plan that will meet their needs. But being smart is different than being wise, and women need to take charge of the future by Planning for When.< Less
Planning for When: A Woman’s Guide to Financial Planning By Kevin W. Pinkley AIFA®, CDFA™, CIMA®
Paperback: $15.95
Prints in 3-5 business days
It doesn’t matter if they are married, divorced or single: Women tend to put others first. It could be the result of a maternal gene or simply a natural disposition to view others as more... More > important, but it’s an instinct that makes it more difficult to achieve financial security and independence. Kevin W. Pinkley, a longtime financial advisor, walks women through the steps they need to take in seeking to build and preserve wealth. Learn how to: plan for a retirement with the goal of providing a lifestyle that meets your needs; provide for a loved one in the event of death; minimize the financial impact of divorce or the death or disability of a spouse; and engage in difficult conversations with your spouse about money. Many women shrug off questions about money by saying that their spouses are smart and must have a well thought out plan that will meet their needs. But being smart is different than being wise, and women need to take charge of the future by Planning for When.< Less
A Brief Guide to DIY Financial Planning By James Morris
Paperback: $10.34
Prints in 3-5 business days
DIY Guide to Financial Planning
A Brief Guide to DIY Financial Planning By James Morris
eBook (PDF): $7.43
DIY Guide to Financial Planning
A (Very) Brief Introduction to Financial Planning By John A Booth
Paperback: List Price: $10.18 $9.67 | You Save: 5%
Prints in 3-5 business days
A short and simple guide to the basics of personal financial planning.
A (Very) Brief Introduction to Financial Planning By John A Booth
eBook (PDF): $3.10
A short and simple guide to the basics of personal financial planning.
The 4 Week Financial Power Plan By Brandy N. Avery
Paperback: $25.00
Prints in 3-5 business days
This workbook is intended to help you improve and strengthen your financial foundation by focusing on enhancing the building blocks needed to achieve financial freedom. The 4 Week Financial Power... More > Plan is divided into four chapters; Savings & Budgeting, Credit Improvement, Debt Freedom, and Wealth Creation. Each chapter is comprised of four sections. The chapter sections are concise doses of financial literacy followed by an activity that challenges you to immediately apply what you have learned by creating your own Financial Power Plan. The lessons and principles are delivered to you through personal stories and case-studies that have been proven instrumental in achieving financial improvement. The chapter sections are immediately followed by a break to allow reflection of what you’ve just learned.< Less

Top 10

see more >
 
 
 
 
 
5
Birth Log Book Birth Log Book By Emily Rumsey
Paperback: $20.00
 
 
6
Bootstrap Student Workbook Bootstrap Student... By Emmanuel Schanzer et al.
Paperback: $10.00
 
 
 
 
9