What you’ll learn to do: use your knowledge of accounting to create a healthy financial picture for you and your family
After you graduate and get a job, you’ll want to start saving up for future milestones—maybe buying a house, raising a family, traveling, or providing a comfortable living for you and your loved ones. One of the most basic tools of financial planning is a budget, whether it’s for a business or your personal life.
Managing your money responsibly includes the responsible use of credit and financing, especially when it comes to major purchases such as a car or a house. In addition, you’ll want to make sure you are responsibly fulfilling your duties as a member of the larger community by paying your taxes on time.
Let’s move ahead so that you can gain a more detailed understanding of how to use your knowledge of accounting to create a healthy financial picture.