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1-2-3 Money Book Straight Talk for Saving and Spending Smart

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ISBN-10: 0137141734

ISBN-13: 9780137141739

Edition: 2009

Authors: Gregory Karp

List price: $17.99
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In an economic downturn that will surely persist into the future, frugal is the name of the game. Food prices have soared and aren't coming down. People have been trading their40,000 SUVs for20,000 subcompacts. Many homeowners are in over their head with mortgages they can't afford. Newspapers are shifting from hard-news reporting on business to consumer news, as readers clamor for more tips on how to manage their money. When it comes to personal finance, many books are just too complicated, too confusing, and too hard to act on. Finally, there's a book that truly keeps it simple, offering advice that anyone can use, and anyone can profit from. Gregory Karp'sThe 1-2-3 Money Bookorganizes…    
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Book details

List price: $17.99
Copyright year: 2009
Publisher: FT Press
Publication date: 5/6/2009
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 304
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.50" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.682

Gregory Karp's Spending Smart newspaper column reaches more than 6,000,000 readers of Tribune Co. newspapers, including The Chicago Tribune, Baltimore Sun, and Hartford Courant. It also runs on the Web sites of additional media outlets ranging from the Los Angeles Times and Newsday to Superstation WGN in Chicago. Karp won the first-ever best-column award in 2006 from the Society of Business Editors and Writers. A staff member at The Morning Call in Allentown, Pa., Karp is an award-winning writer with 17+ years of professional journalism experience as both a writer and editor. He also writes about family finances for Better Homes and Gardens (circulation 7.6 million).

Introduction: Telling It Straight
Spending Smart Redux
Spending Smart Today
First Things First
Get Fit (Food, Insuance, Telecommunications)
How to Buy Stuff
Green Means Green
Spending Smart Yesterday
Credit When Credit's Due
Spending Smart Tomorrow
How to Save Money
Putting It All Together