How to Speak Money The Language and Knowledge You Need Now

ISBN-10: 1118114957

ISBN-13: 9781118114957

Edition: 2012

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A hard look at financial pros and cons with two of the best-known experts on TV Its your money ... isnt it? When you take a good, hard look at who (or what) is controlling your biggest investments, you may just find its not you. In some cases, it may be that no one is getting the job done and, in other instances, you may find that outside forces are in control: your employer or the government. Who is contributing and managing your retirement account? Who is handling your mortgage? Veteran financial journalists Ali Velshi and Christine Romans tackle every major money issue, from homes and debt to education and employment, and along the way they place the ownership back in our own hands, empowering the reader with prescriptive, how-to information to come out on top. Taking complex financial concepts and turning them into kitchen table economics, You Did What With My Money? is an entertaining read from two respected experts. Should you rent a house for the next few years until you repair your finances or jump on this once-in-a-generation buyers market and low interest rates and buy a home? Is a college degree still worth it, or are so-called "ladder" careers that can help you become a successful small business owner without a college degree more worthwhile? Providing advice from opposite ends of the spectrum, the authors clearly present the pros and cons of the financial worries plaguing us all, allowing the reader to make a decision that best suits his or her lifestyle.
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Book details

List price: $19.99
Copyright year: 2012
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Limited
Publication date: 12/16/2011
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 208
Size: 6.75" wide x 9.50" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 0.836
Language: English

Author James Grippando was born in Antioch, Illinois in 1958. He spent one year at the University of Illinois before transferring to the University of Florida in Gainesville, where he received his B.A. with high honors and his law degree with honors. While in law school, he was executive editor of the University of Florida Law Review. He was practicing commercial litigation with the law firm of Steel Hector & Davis for 12 years before becoming a full-time writer. He wrote his first two novels while he was still working as a trial lawyer. His novels include the Jack Swyteck series.

Acknowledgments
Introduction
The Big Picture
Money Is Everywhere
Understanding Money
Where Are You?
Getting to Where You Want to Go
Getting Started
The Key to Wealth: Live Below Your Means
Change with the Times
It�s Up to You
Different Strokes, Different Folks
Making Your Plan
We Fight About Money, Too
A Failure to Communicate
How Do You Have a Difficult Conversation?
Gendernomics
Shifting Roles
Are You Sure We�re Talking about the Same Thing?
Speaking Money around the World
Speaking Money at Work
Speaking Money on Campus
Speaking Money in the Market
Speaking Money to Investment Principles
Speaking Money in Your Own Portfolio
Speaking Money on the Home Front
Speaking Money on Budget
Speaking Money in Retirement
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