Free Online Finance and Money Courses

By | March 16, 2009

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Genxfinance.com is one of my favorite websites for financial information.  They truly do an outstanding job reporting great information and resources for this generation and others I might add.  Below is a current article from them on how to take free online money classes with links to all the websites. 

Check it out you won’t be disappointed…

Take College Finance Courses Online for Free

How would you like to learn more about personal finance issues and economics at the college level from the comfort of your home? And wouldn’t it be nice if you could do it for free? Thanks to the power of the internet and the growing popularity of courses being offered online for free, this has become a reality.

Here you’ll find a wide array of finance courses you can take for free right on your own computer. Some courses are offered by the likes of Yale and MIT, and others are slightly less formal courses meant to provide a more basic and conceptual overview of financial topics. While there may be even more free courses out there, these cover some of the core concepts that can be used by most people. This means there are a number of courses that talk about personal finance basics, introductory economics, and some tax planning issues. If you take the time to poke around the sites listed here, you’ll also find plenty of more advanced topics and even some non-finance courses that may be of interest to you as well.

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