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In this module, you will learn practical ways of keeping track of your private spending and how this will help you to plan your saving for future projects.

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December 13, 2021

Length

2 hours, 27 minutes

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What you will learn

In this module, you will learn practical ways of keeping track of your private spending and how this will help you plan your saving for your daily finances or for any future project.

Pre-requisite

This module has no prerequisite knowledge. If you feel inspired to read and learn more, you’ll find some reading suggestions.

Course curriculum

    • Introduction 00:01:00
    • What you will learn 00:01:00
    • Pre-requisite 00:01:00
    • General tips for further reading 00:02:00
    • How to set up a budget: using tools such as Excel to set up a simple household budget 00:20:00
    • Keeping track of your spending: mark how you are doing with respect to the plan 00:05:00
    • Available tools: does your online banking portal offer a breakdown of your expenses? 00:25:00
    • Savings account and current account: is there a difference? 00:05:00
    • Loans: what’s the difference between mortgages, leases, and credit cards (consumer financing) (financiación al consumidor) 00:10:00
    • Quiz – M2 00:15:00
    • Create household budget 01:00:00
    • Summary 00:01:00
    • Financial concepts 00:01:00

Project 2020-1 -LU01-KA204-063239

Start date: 15-12-2020
End date: 14-12-2022

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