personal finance 101, personal finance basics, and fundamentals

personal finance 101, personal finance basics, and fundamentals. personal finance is the science of handling money. it involves all financial decisions and activities of an individual or household – the practices of earning, saving, investing and spending. matters of personal finance include the purchasing of financial products, like credit cards, life and home insurance, mortgages and of course various investments and investment vehicles. banking is also considered a part of personal finance, including checking and savings accounts and 21st century online or mobile payment services like paypal and venmo.

all individual financial activities fall under the purview of personal finance; personal financial planning generally involves analyzing your current financial position, predicting short-term and long-term needs and executing a plan to fulfill those need within individual financial constraints. it depends on one’s expenses, income, living requirements and individual goals and desires. among the most important aspects of personal finance are: assessing expected cash flow, buying insurance, calculating and filing taxes, savings and investment, and retirement planning.

in this video tutorial, online course, and online class you will learn the main personal finance basics, and fundamentals.

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41 Responses

  1. JowlyWorld says:

    Might be a stupid question, but is for US right? (Cuz I noticed there is a British accent)

  2. selfLearn-en says:

    teach yourself MBA basics by getting our – TEN – complete business books bundle | your all-in-one business, marketing, accounting, finance, and entrepreneurship fundamentals blueprint guides | download your copy now! |

  3. Darnisha Goolsby says:

    I'm sold, already emailed all of the finance videos to myself ❤❤❤

  4. Bianca M says:

    Thank you so much for this video. This has been very informative and I am going to implement these tips for the future.

  5. Giovani Vergara says:

    Learning a lot, and I’m only 16, I’m personally interested in the topic of finance and business administration.

  6. Elizabeth L says:

    When school doesn't teach you about how to make a living…

  7. joyline mudzingwa says:

    Love this channel, her voice is soothing, doesn't make me nervous or give me anxiety.

  8. alex says:

    god bless your beautiful soul for helping me with this

  9. sawan b says:

    Wow, I am loving your content. You have gained a new subscriber. Your channel is so underrated.

  10. Andrew Chan says:

    Terrific lecture on personal finance

  11. Danzel Isagre says:

    Knowledge is power. Glad i came across of the video

  12. Answer is love says:

    Came for the advanced stuff..

  13. Ella Allen says:

    Bookmark 55:40

  14. Centuri Capital says:

    33:03 paying off debt is investing, arguably.

  15. Tumi Mamabolo says:

    Perfect video. Thank you!

  16. Sweetvitamea says:

    best channel

  17. Romerryll says:

    53:00 store cards are not a great way to build credit. 10% utilization is great advice. On secure credit cards: be sure they convert to unsecured eventually. Otherwise the deposit will be tied up until the card is cancelled.

  18. Jarrett Townsend says:

    excellent info

  19. A_teez says:


  20. Quentin M. Williams says:

    great video for teenagers

  21. Micael Rises says:

    36:21 bookmark

  22. Jared Smith says:

    Coming into the finance game late, at 25. And it's like a whole new language to me. I do love what I'm hearing though, or what I can translate?

  23. Active Finance says:

    Informative content For Finance I'm learning a lot of topic and started my own channel

  24. Brenda Atieno says:

    Loved this video..
    Learnt alot. It is very good for people who don't have any background in business.

  25. Aileen Demapanes says:

    Thanks for sharing need this

  26. Notch200sx says:

    Great video very detailed thank you very much.

  27. Golden Boy says:

    That's is my mind set go to makeing money I think big Big pic Big money $100000

  28. Marcela Galatti says:

    This is what we All MUST learn in school!!!!

  29. Marcela Galatti says:

    Definitely the best movie on finances I have watched. Exactly what I was looking for – detailed enough, not too simple saying the most obvious things, not too complicated for someone with no business education.

  30. Fresh Prince says:

    Valuable information put together perfectly. Subbed !!

  31. Danielle F says:

    IS this for England or the United States?

  32. Amanda P says:

    Thank you!!!

  33. Nischal Gautam says:

    Nice channel

  34. Cocoa says:

    It would be helpful if you added links to the other videos you mention in the description.

  35. Life's Journey says:

    83 minutes. Really? No chance I'll watch this. Learn how to stop waffling and express yourself in 10 minutes.

  36. Peter Joe says:

    This a very formative financial advice .best video. Thanks

  37. Nahema Riviera says:

    Thank you so much! my parents barely taught me about finances so that was a huge mess for me as I started to want to gain independence. “friends” and people staring at me like an idiot using their “are you stupid ?” Tone when I asked basic questions led me to quietly look for info at libraries but with outdated books i got further away from finding where to start. Assuming we are all raised under the same households with the same upbringing is stupid in itself. I only started to understand the value of money many years later in my adult life when people usually learn these things at age 5 ordering a doughnut at a coffee shop. Thank you so much for this informative video! Can’t wait to see where my own children go with a mother that is there to tell them everything they should know on finances! Thanks

  38. Cubics says:

    ok……. 50 seconds into the video, and I can already tell that I'm gonna learn a lot! I am a visual learner, and that is the opposite of my class. This will help me out.

    P.S. I like your voice, helps me focus

  39. Dr. Wezi Sunkutu MD says:

    This is a very powerful training. Loving what I am learning so far even in the few mins of watching it. Bring it on.

  40. Lido Spartan says:

    Great video! Not as interesting as other "finance 101 videos" I fall asleep half way… But went back to it and finish the video. It's a lot of informations! Thank you so much!

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