Young Adult Financial Literacy
Welcome to the Monterey Park Bruggemeyer Library Young Adult Financial Literacy series for teens and young adults. Each month, staff will post a video discussing financial literacy and provide tips and guidance on how to be fiscally responsible with your money.
While there is no one way to invest that works for everyone, we want to provide options and resources to help you obtain your financial goals. If you are interested in any of the resources posted in this video, you can place a hold on any of the books by logging on to the library catalog or search our weblinks collection below.
To place a hold on any of the items below, visit the library's catalog here.
- Hasekura, I. (2011). Spice and wolf. New York: Yen. (YA Pbk H)
- Hill, N. (2015). Think and Grow Rich. New Delhi: Lotus Press. (Classics 650.12 Hill)
- Clason, G. S. (1974). The richest man in Babylon. Norfolk Island, Australia: Island Heritage. (Classics 174.4 Clas)
- Easton, P. D. (2013). Financial accounting for MBAs. Chicago, IL: Cambridge Business. (Call # 657 Fina)
- Hoffmann, L. D., & Bradley, G. L. (2010). Calculus for business, economics, social and life sciences.. Boston: McGraw-Hill. (Call # 515 Hoff)
- Kiyosaki, R. T. (2004). Rich Dad Poor Dad for Teens. Little, Brown Books for Young Readers. (YA 332.02400835 Kiyo)
- O'Sullivan, A., & Sheffrin, S. M. (2007). Economics: Principles in action. Boston, MA: Pearson/Prentice Hall. (Call # 330 Osul)
EdmEdmonds, E. (2017, August 23). Driving cost per mile Archives. Retrieved from https://newsroom.aaa.com/tag/driving-cost-per-mile/.
Karl, S. (2020, August 29). What is a Certificate of Deposit (CD)? Retrieved from https://www.investopedia.com/terms/c/certificateofdeposit.asp
Tuovila, A. (2020, November 17). Net Present Value. Retrieved from https://www.investopedia.com/terms/n/npv-rule.asp
Wu, S., Cohen, D., Shi, Y., Pearson, M., & Sturm, R. (2011, February). Economic analysis of physical activity interventions. Retrieved from https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3085087/.
Financial literacy can seem like a complicated topic, gain a better understand of the basics to get a head in being financially literate
In a few years, you’ll get the opportunity to do all of things you’ve always dreamed about. You could go to college, sail the seas, launch your career, start a business or even start a family. No matter what you decide, you’ll need money smarts to make it happen. Are you ready for the real world? And do you have what it takes to make your dreams come true?
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Disclaimer: Staff of the Monterey Park Bruggemeyer library are NOT professional financial advisors. Resources recommended in this series are for research purposes only.