Boring as shit? That would be my response, but this textbook has a more refined approach to that question, offering up 11 chapters, each one focusing on a different ending to the two-word title. (For example, Chapter 3 is "A Tool for the Consumer" and it shows how money can grow via interest and how that can be calculated.)
This is a former school book in good condition, with some marks and discoloration to the front and back cover. There is a stamp on the pastedown for students to check it out, but no one did. Probably a teacher's copy. No markings on the inside of the pages, either, which all are intact and in great condition.