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New to This Edition. New Coauthor Chad Zutter. The strong pedagogy and generous use of examples—including personal finance examples—make this text an easily accessible resource for in- and out-of-class learning. The thirteenth edition features new coauthor Chad Zutter of the University of Pittsburgh who brings his contemporary thinking and pedagogy to the text.