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The Motley Fool Personal Finance Workbook : A Foolproof Guide to Organizing Your Cash and Building Wealth (Paperback)

Oct 30th, 2010 by lacecurtainmama
The Motley Fool Personal Finance Workbook : A Foolproof Guide to Organizing Your Cash and Building Wealth (Paperback)

From Publishers Weekly

The latest volume by investment gurus and Motley Fool founders David and Tom Gardner veers away from stocks and speculation into the much more pedestrian subject of money management. Well known for their humor as well as for their financial savvy, the Gardner brothers keep the rough ground of money basics lively. (We know it’s boring, the authors say; “that’s why we’ve hidden crisp five-dollar bills throughout the pages.”) The dreariest of money matters-bud (more…)

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Personal Finance For Dummies (Paperback)

Oct 28th, 2010 by lacecurtainmama
Personal Finance For Dummies (Paperback)

Amazon.com Review

Personal Finance for Dummies offers sound and practical advice for those who want to get control over their personal financial lives. Author Eric Tyson points out the most common mistakes that we all make in our approach to money and prescribes ways to save and invest for a secure future. Using worksheets, the book helps you to measure your own financial health by looking at factors such as how much debt you carry, your savings rate, as well as investment (more…)

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The Total Money Makeover: A Proven Plan for Financial Fitness (Hardcover)

Oct 27th, 2010 by lacecurtainmama
The Total Money Makeover: A Proven Plan for Financial Fitness (Hardcover)

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Radio talk-show host and bestselling author Ramsey (Financial Peace) is less a financial analyst and more of a preacher, which explains both his popularity and the appeal of this book, which just might gain a wide audience. The bedrock of his system is simple: work hard, pay what you owe and stay out of debt. His main commandment is “Pay cash.” He first exhorts the reader to take “baby steps,” which are designed to build on each other: first, save $1,000 as (more…)

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Get a Financial Life: Personal Finance In Your Twenties and Thirties (Paperback)

Oct 24th, 2010 by lacecurtainmama
Get a Financial Life: Personal Finance In Your Twenties and Thirties (Paperback)

From Library Journal

For twentysomethings and thirtysomethings, controlling one’s financial life is a challenge many times exacerbated by a lack of knowledge about how money works. Author Kobliner, herself under 30, has assembled an excellent collection of basic money management principles and has specially tailored this presentation to the particular interests of these age groups. She discusses investing in mutual funds, tax-deferred savings plans, staying away from ATMs, legal (more…)Thomas Hoefter

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The Financial Peace Planner: A Step-by-Step Guide to Restoring Your Family’s Financial Health (Paperback)

Oct 22nd, 2010 by lacecurtainmama
The Financial Peace Planner: A Step-by-Step Guide to Restoring Your Family’s Financial Health (Paperback)

The bestselling author and nationally syndicated radio host of “The Money Game” has helped thousands through his 12-week financial planning program. His workbook format allows readers to frequently assess their progress and to face their situation honestly by using the questionnaires and fill-in charts throughout the book–the most valuable purchase a debt-ridden reader could ever make.

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