10 Commandments of Money Survive and Thrive in the New Economy
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Description: "A perfect read as a financial primer. Weston's solid and occasionally humorous writing shines through . . . [and] takes this book from being yet another personal finance book to being an enjoyable read I would recommend." -TheSimpleDollar.com Millions of us skate by from paycheck to paycheck. We all have financial goals we want (or need) to achieve, but are perplexed by how to get there. But expert financial advisor Liz Weston has carved a path, with ten simple strategies that help anyone avoid critical mistakes, survive downturns, and make the numbers work. Debunking well-trod myths (pay down all your debt immediately) while giving unexpectedly brilliant tips (it's okay to let student loans linger), Liz Weston outlines everything you need to become financially viable, including how to: ? Know what you can afford ? Create a survival plan with cash and credit ? Manage "good debt" to get ahead ? Save for retirement without sacrificing today
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All the information you need in one place! Each Study Brief is a summary of one specific subject; facts, figures, and explanations to help you learn faster.
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Publisher: Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date: 12/27/2011
Size: 5.75" wide x 8.50" long x 0.75" tall
|1st Commandment Create a Budget That Works in the Real World|
|2nd Commandment Create a Survival Plan with Cash and Credit|
|3rd Commandment Pay Off Debt the Smart Way|
|4th Commandment Don't Avoid Risk … Embrace It-but Sensibly|
|5th Commandment Your Home Is Not a Piggy Bank-Preserve Its Equity|
|6th Commandment Saving for Retirement Must Come First|
|7th Commandment Get a College Education You Can Afford|
|8th Commandment Reserve Insurance for the Big Losses|
|9th Commandment Treat Your Marriage Like a Business|
|10th Commandment Defend Yourself in the War on Consumers|