Teen Finance Series

Tips for a Successful Financial Life

Financial literacy has never been more important. Today’s teens face increasingly complex financial challenges and opportunities. The Omnigraphics Teen Finance Series was developed to help students understand basic economic principles and learn how these principles apply to their own lives.

Each volume in the Teen Finance Series presents topics designed to help teens develop the skills necessary to manage their money wisely and plan for a secure financial future. These books are authoritative, well-organized, and easy-to use. Each volume deals comprehensively with a high-interest topic, with a detailed contents section that will lead readers directly to the information they need. Each volume includes articles on a wide range of relevant topics written by authoritative sources. These articles are written in a straightforward, easy-to-read style, with headings, sidebars, definitions, and illustrations that break up the text and convey facts in different ways. Teens and other readers will find the volumes in the Teen Finance Series to be excellent resources for reference, research, and personal information.

 

    • Cash and Credit Information for Teens, 3rd Ed.

      Provides tips for a successful financial life including facts about earning money, paying taxes, budgeting, banking, shopping, using credit, and avoiding financial pitfalls.

      • Publication Date: April 2017
      • ISBN: 978-0-7808-1551-3
      • Available as E-Book: Yes
      • Web Price: $62.00

    • College Financing Information for Teens, 3rd Ed.

      Provides information for teens about planning, saving, and paying for post-secondary education, with facts about government aid, private loans and scholarships, and other sources of financial assistance.

      • Publication Date: April 2017
      • ISBN: 978-0-7808-1547-6
      • Available as E-Book: Yes
      • Web Price: $62.00

    • Debt Information for Teens, 2nd Ed.

      Tips for a successful financial life, including facts about the economy and personal finances, money management, interest rates, loans, credit cards, predatory lending practices, and resolving debt-related problems. Concludes with a list of online tools and a directory of resources for additional information.

      • Publication Date: 2012
      • ISBN: 978-0-7808-1215-4
      • Available as E-Book: Yes
      • Web Price: $62.00

    • Debt Information for Teens, 3rd Ed.

      Provides information for teens about establishing and using credit, managing credit cards, and coping with debt-related problems. Includes index and resource information.

      • Publication Date: Feb 2018
      • ISBN: 978-0-7808-1569-8
      • Available as E-Book: Yes
      • Web Price: $62.00

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    • Savings and Investment Information for Teens, 3rd Ed.

      Provides consumer finance information for teens about economic principles, wealth development, bank accounts, stocks, bonds, mutual funds, and other financial tools.

      • Publication Date: April 2017
      • ISBN: 978-0-7808-1553-7
      • Available as E-Book: Yes
      • Web Price: $62.00

"Both volumes provide a thorough base level understanding of their topics….They provide an easily browse-able resource to answer basic questions about finance. The tone is upbeat and conversational, but authoritative….A concise resource for teenagers beginning to use money and preparing to pay for college."

—VOYA: Voice of Youth Advocates, June '12

"[Teen Finance Series] volumes provide a thorough base level understanding of their topics. With most of the large-sized text broken into small, highlighted chunks or bulleted lists and a detailed index, they provide an easily browse-able resource to answer basic questions about finance. The tone is upbeat and conversational, but authoritative. Each volume includes a section with a directory for further information…A concise resource for teenagers beginning to use money and preparing to pay for college."

—VOYA: Voice of Youth Advocates, June '12

"These volumes provide practical, easy-to-understand answers to many common questions about personal finance and college funding. Each topic is addressed in a thorough, well-documented entry that will help teens understand complex concepts such as credit and borrowing, grants, and student loans….Would be an outstanding addition to any library serving teens."

—Booklist, Mar 15 '12

"This series will prove useful for high school and undergraduate students. Both school libraries and college reference collections should add this work to their collections."

—American Reference Books Annual, 2012

"Top 10 New Series Nonfiction. Recommended without reservation. . . . This series offers practical guidance and real-life examples in a narrative pitched directly to its audience."

—Booklist, Apr ’06

"This series provides an outstanding background of economic literacy that can be used as a quick reference tool, a complete study guide, or an engrossing read on a variety of important topics in the financial field."

—VOYA: Voice of Youth Advocates, Feb ’06, on the Teen Finance Series

"This series will prove useful for high school and undergraduate students. Both school libraries and college reference collections should add them to their collections."

—American Reference Books Annual, 2006

Standard Features

  • Accessible organization—generous use of headings
  • Charts and tables aid comprehension of statistical data
  • Callout boxes highlight important information, define terms, or summarize chapter content
  • Resource directories with contact information guide further research
  • Comprehensive index
  • Library binding, 7 ¼ x 9 ¼
  • List price $69 per volume
  • School and Library Price $62 per volume