Best Free Finance Courses

Find the best online Free Finance Courses for you. The courses are sorted based on popularity and user ratings. We do not allow paid placements in any of our rankings.

Introduction to Corporate Finance (Mergers & Acquisitions)

M&A, Capital Raising, Capital Markets, Debt Financing, Equity Financing and more

Created by Tim Vipond - CEO at Corporate Finance Institute | 350,000+ students

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Students: 53576, Price: Free

Interested in a career in corporate finance? Looking to move up the ladder at your current job? 

This introduction to corporate finance course will give an overview of all the key concepts you need for a high powered career in investment banking, equity research, private equity, corporate development, financial planning & analysis (FP&A), treasury, and much more.

Our Corporate Finance 101 Course will teach you:

  • Who the key players in the capital markets are, 
  • What the capital raising process looks like, 
  • The main business valuation techniques, 
  • Types of valuation multiples, 
  • How to structure a deal, 
  • How to finance an acquisition, 
  • Types of debt securities, 
  • Types of equity securities, 
  • And an overview of career paths as well as how to prepare for interviews.

Learn and Master the Basics of Finance

Finance for Non-Finance Professionals

Created by Nishant Verma - MBA (Finance), CFA

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Students: 51888, Price: Free

This course in Finance is meant for beginners and intermediate level students of finance who would like to get a good grip of the concepts of the subject and be able to comprehend the financial world. 

Most of us read the news without really paying attention to the financial news. This is due to the fact that most of us don't comprehend the basics of the subject. By taking this course, one will be able to build a solid foundation and understand the complex topics by breaking it down to simple concepts.

In order to take this course, one does not need any prior knowledge. However, I would like one to keep an open and receptive mind.

In over 3 hours worth of course material , you will learn every thing from the basics of banking to complex derivative products. The course is structured in such a way that it will gradually build on complex topics yet keeping things simple.

This course is also a great help for students planning to start a university course in finance (such as an MBA) and lack any prior knowledge. This course will ensure that such students will grasp the concepts quickly and not waste time figuring out the basics.

Personal Finance 101: Everything You Need to Know

Everything you need to know about personal finance in the U.S, presented through concise, engaging, animated videos.

Created by MoneyCoach.io . - Education Startup Backed by Financial Professionals

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Students: 47988, Price: Free

This course is designed for anyone looking to gain an excellent, practical knowledge of personal finance, covering everything from to taxes to credit cards. Sound intimidating? Don't worry! This course is designed with complete beginners in mind. No previous personal finance knowledge (or math!) is required, and you will never need outside software or materials. 

As for how this course is structured, we designed it to maximize your enjoyment and engagement. That’s why we teach you an entire personal finance curriculum through a series of short (<5 min), engaging, animated videos. Each video teaches you everything you need to know (practically-speaking) about a specific topic, like investing, in a way that even a total beginner can understand. And with over 52 videos in total, more than 3 hours of content, you’ll learn everything you need to know about personal finance, from how to pay your taxes to how to buy a car to how to pay off your student loans! 

Finally, as for our background, we're MoneyCoach, a financial education startup that has spent the past year developing this curriculum (with the help of a financial advisor) to fill the void in financial education and to teach people personal finance in the most effective way possible. So what are you waiting for? Get started today!  

Become an M&A Analyst: The Complete Skillset Free Series

The most detailed and hands on online investment banking/M&A course ever created!

Created by Ali Ilci - Exeter I Oxford I Investment Banking I 20,000+ students

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Students: 19668, Price: Free

About this course

Become an M&A Analyst: the Complete Skillset is the most detailed and hands on course about investment banking/M&A advisory skills you can find anywhere online!

This series offers 140+ lectures across 14 sections where everything is done from scratch with an incredible 24 hours of extensive video content. There are also 70+ supporting Excel and PowerPoint documents and 60+ quiz questions.

Udemy Free Series offer 14 different free lectures from the Original Series.

These lectures are:

1) What is the difference between share sale vs. asset sale?

2) Who are involved in an M&A transaction and what are their duties?

3) How to print in excel properly? 

4) How to use PowerPoint Slide Master?

5) What is non-controlling interest?

6) What is a balance sheet?

7) How the 3 financial statements are linked?

8) How to calculate inventory turnover?

9) What is financial modeling?

10) How to use index match formula to run multiple scenarios in excel?

11) How to calculate revolver in financial modeling?

12) How to create a sensitivity table in excel?

13) How to calculate fully diluted number of shares?

14) How to create a waterfall chart in excel?

Enroll the course for free and start watching the special Udemy Free Series of the legendary Become an M&A Analyst: the Complete Skillset course.

Life Happens: Personal Finance from College to Career

Free online course: 83 videos, 17 comprehensive problem-solving exercises. Digital text sold separately.

Created by Mitchell D. Weiss - Financial services industry professional, professor, author

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Students: 16795, Price: Free

      A nuts-and-bolts financial literacy course for students on both sides of college. 

      With more than 80 engaging videos in 17 information-packed segments, Personal Financial Management from College to Career delivers knowledge you can put to use today and later on in life. 

      Since 2009, Mitchell D. Weiss has been teaching his typically oversubscribed personal finance course at the University of Hartford. Now, Mitch is bringing both the course and its accompanying "un-college-textbook," Life Happens, to vivid life online. 

      You'll learn how to evaluate student loans, bank loans and competing credit card offers, approach buying a house or car, protect against ID theft, prepare for and choose between career opportunities, compare different insurance products, deal with financial adversity, and much more. Mitch's straightforward explanations and wide-ranging advice are easy to follow and implement. 

      The 17-section course can be taken from start to finish or sampled à la carte, if you prefer to focus on just what you need today. The e-text contains thought-provoking questions, real-life problems, and links to the same online tools Mitch uses on screen to solve those problems. The book also includes hundreds of additional links to even more educational resources and informative articles on this important subject.
 
  About your instructor:

       Mitchell D. Weiss is an experienced financial services industry executive and entrepreneur, adjunct faculty at the University of Hartford a former member of the board of the university’s Barney School of Business and co-founder of its Center for Personal Financial Responsibility. He also is adjunct faculty at Rutgers University's Mason Gross School of the Arts.

       In addition to Business Happens: A Practical Guide to Entrepreneurial Finance for Small Businesses and Professional Practices, he is also the author of Life Happens: A Practical Guide to Personal Finance from College to Career-2nd Edition and its companion course book, and College Happens: A Practical Handbook for Parents and Students

 
 

 
 
 

  Business Happens - A Practical Guide to Entrepreneurial Finance for Small Businesses and Professional Practices 

Implementing Your Financial Plan

Learn the importance of Financial Planning and the key steps involved in developing a financial plan.

Created by Ferris Wee - Financial Literacy Trainer

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Students: 15568, Price: Free

Implementing your Financial Plan involves developing a Savings Plan, Insurance Plan and Investment Plan. In this course, we will look more in detail at Insurance Planning and Investment planning in order to reach our financial goals.

Under insurance planning, Life and Health insurance are covered. This includes a comparison between difference insurance products.

Under investment planning, various concepts such as risk/return trade off, investment horizon, diversification and asset allocation are considered.

Personal Finance: Obliterate Debt, Accumulate Wealth

Learn the ins-and-outs of personal finance with Professor Art Carden.

Created by Art Carden - Economics Professor at Samford University

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Students: 14957, Price: Free

The Financial Life Hack of Your Dreams

Drowning in debt? (Who isn’t, right?) Unfortunately, doing bank heists and selling crystal meth are out as solutions. So how do you do it?

Join professor Art Carden of Samford University as he presents ways to reign in your out-of-control finances.

For starters, he’ll explain the magic of compound interest—the crockpot method of turning a pittance into a prodigious pile of cash. He’ll also go over the economics of day-to-day purchase decisions. Like, will you really save money buying those marked down shoes? And do the expenses of running a car in the long run dwarf the killer ‘cash back’ deal you got up front? (And should you even be buying a car in the first place?)

Professor Carden tells it like it is: how to “do the math” in order to make smarter decisions. And why, if something is too good to be true, you should RUN. He’ll also discuss investing in stocks, bonds, ETF’s and other financial instruments. And, in everyday matters, deciding when to splurge and when to chill.

Call it common sense economics or personal finance life hacks. Either way, you’ll learn how to corral your own situation from this personal finance ninja.

Assessing Your Financial Fitness

Identify your immediate and long term financial goals. Know what resources you have to meet and achieve your goals.

Created by Ferris Wee - Financial Literacy Trainer

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Students: 12419, Price: Free

This course covers the process of financial planning. Learn how to identify your immediate and long term financial goals. Know what resources you have to meet and achieve your goals.

Financial Planning is a process for you to take charge and manage your finances to ensure your financial well-being. It comprises of Managing cash-flow for your current needs and future goals, e.g. buying a home; Managing exposure to unforeseen circumstances by providing for your dependants’ basic needs; Managing resources to meet your financial goals, e.g. child education and retirement.

Just like a physical health medical test, a financial fitness assessment allows you to have a better understanding of your financial health. The following are common personal financial problems that can affect your financial fitness: Failing to plan ahead, or not planning at all; Not spending within your means; Spending on borrowed money, buying with consumer credit; Delayed savings for retirement; Falling prey to financial sales pitches; Not doing your homework; Making impulsive decisions; Exposing yourself to high financial risk.

In order to accurately access our financial situation, we need to find out the following: Net Cash Flow Position; Net Worth; Financial Ratios. The net cash flow position is the amount after the total outflows have been subtracted from the total inflows. The net cash flow statement gives you your net cash flow position, and can be used as a tool to find out if you are making good use of your income. Your net worth is a snapshot of your financial position at a specific point in time.

In the event of a total loss of income, you may have to use your liquid assets to cover your regular expenses. The Basic Liquidity ratio shows the number of months you can expect your liquid assets to sustain your monthly expenses. This is also known as your emergency savings. The Savings Ratio reveals how well you are building up your savings for your future consumption. The Non-Mortgage Debt Service Ratio compares the monthly payments to service all debt, excluding the mortgage, with a person’s monthly take home pay. This ratio simply provides insight into what amount of income is going towards non-mortgage debt. The Mortgage Servicing Ratio reveals the percentage of your monthly income that can be used to service your monthly property loan instalment.

This course continues from "Making Sense Of Your Money". Also, after going through this course, you can join the next module entitled "Implementing Your Financial Plan".

Use Crowdfunding Effectively With Indiegogo and Kickstarter

Learn how to use rewards-based crowdfunding sites like Kickstarter and Indiegogo with the help of crowdfunding experts

Created by INVESTyR DealTeam - Patrick, Phil & Jason

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Students: 9832, Price: Free

Could Crowdfunding be a solution to your working capital needs? Maybe. Crowdfunding is a great way to create buzz about a product and help that product gain traction and provides social proof. To make Crowdfunding work for you, check out our course filled with over 1 hour of screencasts, presentations, and interviews with people that have failed in their crowdfunding attempts and others who have succeeded by bringing money into their business and ultimately getting more exposure than they could have dreamed of. From the INVESTyR DealTeam who has brought you the series "School of Raising Capital", this introductory course on crowdfunding should teach you how to execute and find success using sites like Kickstarter and Indiegogo.

Understanding Loans

Learn about different types of loans, their features and associated costs. This will help you make better loan choices.

Created by Peggy Chan - Financial Literacy Trainer

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Students: 9354, Price: Free

Many people borrow money at certain points in their lives, usually when their savings are not enough to pay for “big-ticket” items such as a HDB flat or a car. In such cases, borrowing money to buy important items like a home may be necessary.

Borrowing is also a major responsibility as too much debt can easily get us in trouble. The number of persons seeking counselling for debt issues is already increasing every year, and credit card debt in Singapore is one of the fastest growing forms of debt which has grown at an average rate of 11.5% a year (Credit Bureau Report 2011).

We will first look at reasons why people borrow money. Then, we will consider various types of loans, their features and associated costs.

Learn about:

  • Secured Loans
  • Unsecured Loans
  • Term Loans
  • Revolving Credit

There are also several Excel demonstrations on the calculation of interest rates for the various types of loans.

Learn about these various types of loans in order to better manage your spending and debt.

We will cover some broad categories of loans namely term and revolving credit. We will also study how to derive the actual interest payable mathematically. This will help us choose the type of loans suitable for our needs.

Do get your own personal loan details ready.

Personal Finance Hacking (US Edition)

How to Beat the Rigged Financial System

Created by Nelson Alvarez - CPA

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Students: 9154, Price: Free

Ever wonder how the rich get rich? 

Have you ever heard people say the financial system is rigged?

Has anyone ever told you the secrets to beating the system?

The 1% are the 1% for a reason. They found a way to beat the system. This short and concise course takes you step-by-step through the secrets of how the rich beat the system. 

If you are the type of person that uses your debit card at the gas station, online, or at a restaurant, you are almost guaranteed to never make it to the 1%. The 1% know the secret to getting to the top is strategically using your credit card for specific transactions, something the 99% don't even think of. 

Using your credit card to earn rewards points, protect yourself from fraud, and maximize your credit score will bring you to the 1% faster than a raise.

This is the only course out there that actually shows you how to beat the system. If you don't want to feel taken advantage of by credit card companies or feel that you'll never make it to the 1%, this course will change your life. Check out our reviews if you don't believe us.

Financial Management for Beginner

Financial Tools, Valuation of Securities, Risk and the Required Rate of Return, Long-Term Investment Decisions

Created by Bina Nusantara University - Fostering and Empowering

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Students: 8274, Price: Free

This course introduces Managerial Finance, Financial Tools, Valuation of Securities, Risk and the Required Rate of Return and Long Term Investment Decision. It gives students concepts of financial decision in competitive business environment. Content format is using presentation slide, with total duration of materials are about 90 minute. By studied this course, students will understand about firm action and share value in financial market, and know how to maximize shareholders wealth.   

Financial Habits and Behaviours

How can we make better financial decisions?

Created by Institute for Financial Literacy - Unbiased Financial Education Courses

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Students: 7896, Price: Free

Our brains are hard wired to take mental short cuts when we encounter complex activities such as managing our personal finance because we cannot handle and analyze the volume of information in front of us.

As a result, we make decisions based on part of the information available, rather than all the pieces needed to make the right decision.

There is one common assumption we often pride ourselves as rational when dealing with money related decision making. This assumption is false as researchers are able to explain that we are not rational and our “non-rational” behaviour falls into patterns and is somewhat predictable i.e. we are predictably normal individuals and are subject to make predictable cognitive mistakes.

Behavioural finance, a research based discipline, offers a better understanding of these “non rational behaviour” or mental short cut or behavioural biases that are ingrained in our human decision-making processes. It studies the psychology of financial decision-making that includes studies on how emotions such as greed and fear can affect investment decisions and stock markets; the role of mental shortcuts or biases in decision making, such as the use of simple rules of thumb for making complex investment decisions. In other words, behavioural finance takes the insights
of psychological research and applies them to financial decision making situations such as how investors become overconfident with respect to making gains and oversensitive to losses.

With some working knowledge of Behavioural Finance, we can avoid painful situations and be more effective in “staying the course” in our financial journey as well as can improve our overall investment experience by doing things that reduce our anxiety.

Financial Ratios Simplified : A practicle guide

This course is for accounting and finance students . This course covers various types of financial ratios with examples

Created by EduFinWizards Edu - Educating for better tommorow

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Students: 7393, Price: Free

In the course we will cover ,

1. Activity Ratio

2. Profitability ratios

3. Dividend ratios

4. Valuations

5. Solvency ratios

6. Coverage ratios

7. Return ratios

8. Margin ratios

9. Liquidity ratios 

We will then discuss time series and cross sectional ratio analysis

We will then take examples of Google . Tesla and Alibaba to understand ratio analysis

We will also do cross sectional analysis of weed stocks

Assignment : Use the attached excel sheet to do ratio analysis of a company of your choice

The Ultimate Guide to Financial Freedom

Master personal finance with this complete guide to budgeting, credit, student loans, investing, and retirement saving

Created by BMpowered University By BankMobile - Your #1 Source for Financial Empowerment!

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Students: 6510, Price: Free

Financial freedom may seem impossible, especially with all the information out there about security breaches, student loans, 401k’s, IRA’s, and more.  But knowledge is power, and BankMobile is here to give it to you.  Through this course, you will empower yourself to move toward financial freedom by learning more about your money personality and needs, how to manage your money to achieve your financial goals, understanding banking, loans, and credit, and planning for your future.

In this course, BankMobile’s Director of Education and Financial Empowerment, Ash Exantus, aka Ash Cash, will help you determine your “money personality,” and how that affects your spending and saving habits.  He’ll also give you actionable tools and techniques for creating a budget and managing your money, so that you can plan for your future and achieve your financial goals.  By the end of this course, you’ll know everything you need to know about banking, credit, student loans, and saving for retirement.

If you want to learn more about personal finance and gain financial freedom, then this course is for you.  It’s packed with activities and worksheets to help you manage your budget, set your financial goals, save for retirement, and understand your rights as a consumer.  Enroll today and empower yourself to have financial freedom.

Personal Finance – know sources of extra income & investment

Everything you need to know about basics of personal finance, it covers budget,expenses,mistakes,investment&extra income

Created by AKUMENN IQ - PERSONAL FINANCE, BUSINESS STRATEGIES

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Students: 6037, Price: Free

This course is designed for anyone looking to gain an excellent, practical knowledge of personal finance, covering  most of the things from budget to passive income. Sound intimidating? Don't worry :) This course is designed with complete beginners in mind. No previous personal finance knowledge is required to start this course

As for how this course is structured, we have made this course as simple as possible to understand and the course explains personal finance with help of  clip arts. This course is divided into several small videos which all cover necessary steps of personal finance

As for our background, we are from Akumenn IQ, in the courses provided by Akumenn IQ you will have access to the information that is not provided in schools and universities. We believe in making our courses as simple as possible but with all the necessary information included in it . We believe knowledge is everywhere and every kind of knowledge holds some importance, so we should never stop learning

Selecting Suitable Financial Products

Learn how to select suitable personal financial products based on your risk profile.

Created by Institute for Financial Literacy - Unbiased Financial Education Courses

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Students: 5729, Price: Free

In this course, we will learn about the Financial Markets and the various financial products that can be found in these markets.

We will look at 8 different types of financial products:

  • Bonds
  • Shares
  • Unit Trusts
  • Investment Linked Policies (ILPs)
  • Structured Deposits
  • Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs)
  • Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) and
  • Contracts For Difference (CFDs)

Learn how to select suitable financial products that are in line with your risk profile.

This course will help you to select the right financial products in order to help you improve your financial returns. You will also learn the basic steps of constructing and maintaining your financial portfolio.

Build Your Own Financial Planning Spreadsheet

Take control of your financial future by understanding the risks and rewards of your savings and investments!

Created by Lars Kroijer - Investment Author

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Students: 5646, Price: Free

Starting with blank excel spreadsheet, together we build a financial model that include multiple savings levels, return / return expectations, time horizons, and scenarios. Almost certainly there is some for everyone interested in planning finances! The model is created such that it is easy to amend to tailor your own needs. Model builds on some Kroijer Youtube videos on investing.

Understanding The Costs Of Buying A Home

Find out about the costs of buying a new or resale home in Singapore.

Created by Peggy Chan - Financial Literacy Trainer

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Students: 5131, Price: Free

The home that you buy should satisfy your family members' and your present needs as well as future needs. In this e-learning module, we will consider the costs involved in buying a home in Singapore.

The Costs Involved For A New Property include:

  • Option Fee
  • Down payment
  • Legal fees
  • Stamp Duty/Fee

The Costs Involved For A Resale Property include:

  • Cash-Over-Valuation (COV)
  • Valuation Fee
  • Agent Commission

We will also look at the concept of a Home Loan and Types Of Home Loans.

Next, we will look at the Residential Property Loan Fact Sheet, Refinancing the home loan, Defaulting on your loan and your Loan Quantum.

The Maximum Loan Quantum for an HDB loan and Bank Loan will also be considered.

In our next E-Learning module, we will consider the detailed steps in calculating the costs involved in buying a home, assessing your resources and how much you can afford and finally how to decide on an appropriate home.

Capital Budgeting and Project Evaluation Techniques

Fundamentals of different techniques used in project evaluation (Payback, NPV, IRR) & their relative shortcomings.

Created by Manish Gupta - Hospitality Finance Expert and Business Strategist

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Students: 5033, Price: Free

This Class with help to clarify capital budgeting fundamentals, how to calculate Net Present Values, IRR. payback period and which method should be used in project evaluations as all methods have their shortcoming and advantages.

You will also learn what are the shortcomings of different methods apart from being able to calculate.

The lectures are aimed to explain concepts in very simple way to non finance background professionals.

The course is very basic and suitable for those who do not have a prior knowledge in this field

Surviving Introduction to Finance

Key concepts to help you survive your first finance course.

Created by Jim Triplett - Professor of Finance

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Students: 4711, Price: Free

This course is designed to help those who are currently taking or planning to take an introduction to finance course.

The materials provided in the course include video presentations, detailed PowerPoints, Excel templates, and quizzes to assess your understanding of the material.

The typical time required to complete the course is from one to two weeks but can be completed earlier or later, depending on your need and progress.

The course is structured around 7 modules ranging from algebra review to time value of money, accounting statement review, and discounted cash flow analysis.

This course will help fill in the gap you may find when taking a finance course for the first time. These are the gaps your instructor likely will not address or will do so with less attention than you would like.

How to calculate your hourly freelance rate?

Achieve your financial goals as a freelancer

Created by Nikki Parsons - Digital Marketing Manager

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Students: 4565, Price: Free

One of the first challenges any new freelancer faces is the question of what to charge.

We look at our competition, ask our colleagues, or just make a guess.

Don't make that mistake.

If you really want to understand what you should be charging, you need to do the math.

By really understanding your costs and availability, you can accurately price your services in order to achieve your financial goals.

What will this course cover?

In this short Udemy course, I'll walk you through the steps in order to calculate your freelance rate.

We'll take a look at:

  • how to calculate your adjusted annual salary

  • how to calculate your real number of working hours

  • how to put this together and calculate an hourly freelance rate

Who is this course for?

This course is for freelancers only, we're calculating hourly rates not salaries for contracted workers.

What are the benefits of taking this course?

By the end of this class, you'll understand what you need to be charging clients in order to achieve your financial goals. Don't guess, and then worry about your annual income mid-way through the year, when you already have low-paying clients.

Take the course now and set yourself up for long-term success.

As a student, you’ll get lifetime access to:

  • Step-by-step tutorials: how to calculate your rate, each step of the way

  • Tips & advice so you can avoid mistakes I've made in the past

Register for the course now and get started today.

Personal Financial Planning (Indian version)

Playing the financial planning game correctly

Created by Vinayak K - Business Analyst with 9+ years of working experience

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Students: 4511, Price: Free

Hello,

The course is basic course for personal financial planning along with some easy and direct actionable steps to fix your finances.

Main contents -

1. Basics  of financial planing

2. Features and characteristics of all popular investment products available in India

3. case studies with real world examples

Intriguing discussion around -

  1. Should we buy/rent home ? If buy, how ?

  2. Most effective way to invest in PPF

  3. Getting most from NPS

  4. Smart way to approach MFs

*As a bonus, the course attachments contains retirement planning excel and check-lists for buying term life insurance, health insurance and Mutual Funds.  (Checklist is available under 'Resources' section of last lecture.)

Happy Investing !!

Managing CPF Savings For Your Retirement

For Singaporean and PRs. Understand your CPF accounts and the changes at age 55. Learn about Minimum Sum and CPF Life.

Created by Peggy Chan - Financial Literacy Trainer

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Students: 4024, Price: Free

This course is meant for Singaporean and Permanent Residents.

This course will help you understand how you can manage your CPF accounts to meet your retirement needs. CPF stands for Central Provident Fund. The Central Provident Fund (CPF) was introduced in Singapore in 1955. It is a compulsory savings scheme which ensured that workers could support themselves with dignity in retirement.

The following topics will be covered:

  • How CPF schemes fit into your retirement plan
  • Challenges ahead
  • CPF insurance schemes
  • Life and Health Insurance Planning
  • Your CPF Accounts explained
  • Important Figures - Minimum Sum, Medisave Required Amount, Medisave Minimum Sum
  • Case Studies
  • CPF Investment Schemes (CPFIS)
  • Your Child's CPF Education Loan
  • Sales of properties bought using CPF after age 55
  • Working after and 55 and the corresponding CPF rates
  • Draw Down Age
  • CPF LIFE Plans

What the FICO 2.0: The Essential Guide to Credit Excellence

Your Complete Guide to Fixing Bad Credit, Building Good Credit, and Taking Good Credit to Credit Excellence!

Created by BMpowered University By BankMobile - Your #1 Source for Financial Empowerment!

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Students: 3834, Price: Free

Trying to understand credit can be somewhat confusing, but in today’s age of security breaches, identity theft, and the fact that credit controls a good portion of our lives, it is more important than ever to not only understand your credit but also figure out how to positively impact it. BankMobile and bestselling author Ash Cash are here to give it to you. Through this course, you will empower yourself to move towards credit excellence by learning the history of credit and FICO scores, understanding what is on your credit report and how that affects you, knowing how to remove negative items from your credit report, and gaining wisdom about everything you need to know in order to go from good to excellent credit.

In this course, BankMobile’s Director of Financial Education and Financial Empowerment Coach, Ash Exantus, aka Ash Cash, is using the knowledge from his Amazon bestselling book What the FICO: 12 Steps to Repairing Your Credit to help you determine where you are currently with your credit and what actionable steps you need to take to get to the next level.  By the end of this course, you’ll know everything you need to know about credit and how to maximize it to get what you want out of life.

If you want to master the credit game and join the 700 club, then this course is for you. It’s packed with valuable information that will take you from credit novice to credit pro. Enroll today and empower yourself to attain credit excellence.

“Financial Emergency Preparation & Recovery” with Jim Jaffe

for Towns, Businesses, Farms, and Families

Created by Safe and Ready Institute - safeandready.org

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Students: 3753, Price: Free

"Disaster Dollars" author Jim Jaffe shares his knowledge about financial disaster assistance programs and tips to prepare and protect your finances before disaster strikes. The course is separated into several sections and is specifically useful for for individuals and families (especially renters and home owners), local governments, business owners, and farmers. Course content includes several video lessons that can be watched on-the-go and at your own pace with the Udemy mobile app.

Join the discussions to interact with other students, and tweet about it with #disasterdollars and provide feedback to @safeandready.

Capital budgeting techniques

Learn the set of techniques used to decide which investments to make in projects.

Created by Mohammed Imran Khan - Trainer, PgMP, PMP, PRINCE2, Agile, Azure, Redhat, ITIL

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Students: 3455, Price: Free

Understand what Capital budgeting techniques are

Learn what is NPV (Net Present Value), IRR (Internal Rate of Return), PI (Profitability Index) and Payback period is and also learn how to calculate the NPV, IRR, PI and Payback period.

and at the end of the course, you can talk confidently, explain and converse Capital budgeting techniques with your professors and colleagues in cafeteria.

Introduction To Financial Literacy For Teens

A Beginners Guide To Financial Knowlegde and Literacy

Created by Olufemi Akinpetide - Advocate For Financial Literacy For Teens

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Students: 3446, Price: Free

This is an introductory course into the world of financial decision making and financial literacy. Anyone can take course, but the target students are teens and high school students. Ideally you will take this course before graduating from high school. The course was created to help prepare teens and high schoolers for adult life which will require a foundational knowledge of finances and skills in financial decision making. This course can also be beneficial for immigrants or students coming the the USA.

Tradenet Academy: Trading the US equity markets intro course

Learn the basics of Trading the US equity markets. Intro course created by Tradenet Academy

Created by Tradenet Day Trade Academy - 

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Students: 3255, Price: Free

Welcome to Trading the US equity markets intro course!

The course was developed by Tradenet Academy and provides the essential tools and knowledge about trading the US equity markets.     

You will be able to work from home and earn a living trading stocks, spending from between a few minutes up to multi-day swing trades.     

No previous knowledge is needed.

Entry Level- beginners 
     

In the Trading the US equity markets intro course, we take the student through establishing a solid foundation of market fundamentals, teaching you what the market really is and why trades really happen.  We develop a lexicon of market terminology, an understanding of risk, and an ability to analyze the markets using both fundamental and technical analysis. 

Gimme Your Money!: Beginners’ Guide to Banks & Credit Scores

Intro to the basics of banking and credit.

Created by AROV Education - Become Your Dreams

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Students: 3183, Price: Free

AROV's Complete Beginners Guide to Banking and Credit Scores covers the different types of basic bank accounts available to most people, including CD and Money Market accounts. It then explains what credit scores are, why they exist and how to maintain them. We also explore what banks truly are and how they make their money, which may offer a different way of thinking about banks.

Designed for people with little to no knowledge of banking.

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*Live classes available for schools and private groups. Contact us at info@arov.org.