Personal Finance for Dummies PDF
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Is your money working to increase your wealth? If not, it’s time to take stock of your financial situation. Personal Finance For Dummies, 8th Edition offers time-tested financial tips and advice on how to continue to grow your financial assets in light of the changing market and economic conditions. A new breed of fiscal consciousness has arisen—and it’s high time for you to join the movement by taking control over your financial life. This relevant text guides you through major financial subject areas, such as budgeting, saving, getting out of debt, making timely investment choices, and planning for the future. By looking at all aspects of your financial wellbeing, you can pinpoint the areas in which you need to change your strategy, and can identify how you can use the assets you have to continue to grow and protect your wealth.
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This book was recommended to me by a friend during a recent discussion on finances. I got a bit of a later start preparing for retirement than I would love liked. Despite the title, this book doesn’t make me feel like an idiot about that and hits the ground running with ways to improve my current finances, as well as incest for the future. I haven’t read the whole book yet; but what I have read so far has been solid, practical information.”