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King & Carey: Personal Finance: A Practical Approach

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      Two extended case studies and their suggested solutions are available to help develop student understanding of how to apply theory to practical, real-world problems

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This Online Resource Centre website aims to inform and educate the reader on certain financial issues. Nothing in this website should be construed as specific advice and it should not be relied upon as a basis for any decision or action. Neither the authors nor the publisher are engaged in rendering professional financial services. The authors and the publisher do not accept responsibility or legal liability for any errors in the text, for the misuse or misapplication of information in this resource, or for any outcomes arising from its use.

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