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The Snowman S Guide To Personal Finance by Steven Arnott
If you're looking to confidently manage your money, The Snowman's Guide to Personal Finance is an excellent choice. Whether you're just starting out or you already have a financial plan, this book will provide actionable ways to improve your current situation. You'll also be able to revisit topics in the future as your life evolves. My goal is to help you spend your money stress-free and enjoy your life today. All while ensuring you can continue your lifestyle in the future. We'll cover actionable steps to: Save money for the future - Automate your savings plan - Rethink your expenses - Repay debt Put your savings to work - Manage your risk - Understand how to invest your savings - Lower your taxes Protect yourself from the unexpected - Set aside money for emergencies - Understand your insurance needs - Know when to write a will
The Complete Guide To Personal Finance by Tamsen Butler
Provides advice on how to get and manage credit, make and stick to a budget, and how to determine wants versus needs.
Personal Finance For Dummies by Eric Tyson
Understand personal finance and put your money to work! 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. Personal finance is an important topic, as your financial wellbeing has an integral impact on so many aspects of your life. Taking the pulse of your finances every now and then is critical to ensuring that you're on the right track—and to identifying the areas in which you can improve your financial strategies. Explore time-tested financial tips and advice that help improve your financial wellbeing Consider how different aspects of your financial life work with and against one another, and how to bring them into alignment to enhance your overall financial situation Discover updated recommendations and strategies that account for changing market and economic conditions Look at your financial situation from a new perspective, and understand what you can do to improve it Personal Finance For Dummies, 8th Edition shows you how to take stock of your financial situation and put your money to work.
Personal Finance by Barbara Friedberg
This jargon-free resource explains the who, what, why, and where of contemporary personal finance in simple, easy-to-grasp language, covering the key people, events, terms, tools, policies, and products that make up modern money management.
Personal Finance At Your Fingertips by Ken Little
A comprehensive overview of the complex world of personal finance provides coverage of everything readers need to know about their money, including budgets, interest rates and mortages, credit and debt, banking, insurance, estate planning, college finances, taxes, retirement plans, and investment. Original.
Personal Finance by Jane King
This new title makes the principles of personal financial planning clear and accessible, using engaging case studies and extensive examples to introduce students from a variety of disciplines to an essential set of skills. Encouraging students to take control of their finances, the book moves through fundamentals, including budgeting and managing debt, to engage with major issues and life events where financial literacy is key. Pedagogical features including learning objectives, case studies, terminology boxes, ponder points, examples, and questions help the students to develop their practical skills and show them how to make informed financial decisions. The text is also supported by an Online Resource Centre. Online Resource Centre: For students Online updates Links to relevant websites For lecturers Two extended case studies A full set of customisable PowerPoint slides for each chapter Answers to selected exercises in the text
Personal Finance by George Callaghan
Fulfilling the need for a UK-centred introductory personal finance text, this dedicated author team provide academic, professional and general readers with what they really need to know about personal finance. Personal Finance is an innovative text that builds confidence and competence in making personal financial decisions. Using a socio-economic approach to personal finance, it illuminates the many factors and relationships that help improve financial capability, including: * Decisions on spending, borrowing, saving and investing are set within a broader context. * Concepts such as income and expenditure, risk and return, and assets and liabilities are related to issues of home ownership, caring responsibilities and lifestyle changes. * The impact of important economic events, such as the financial crises of recent years, on individuals and households is shown. * Case studies are used to demonstrate practical relevance, while diagrams and activities help distil complex issues into digestible form. 'Keeping a text in this area up to date was always going to be a critical and monumental challenge. The editors have done a timely and impressive job.' – Professor Peter Howells, Centre for Global Finance, UWE Bristol 'Personal Finance addresses a particular gap, and the overview is impressive.' – Steve McKay, Bristol University (Personal Finance Research Centre) 'What distinguishes this book is that it focuses not only on 'what you need to know' about personal finance, but also on 'what you might be interested in knowing' about the socio-economic context in which financial decisions are made – it makes the text more useful for an academic course and certainly makes for interesting reading.' – Jane King, Oxford Brookes University 'Personal Finance presents the subject of financial planning in an intellectually stimulating way which links theory to practice and is comprehensible to both the student and the layperson.' – James Mallon, Napier University
Talk Money To Me by Kelley Keehn
Learn how to save and spend wisely, feel good about money, and start living a more balanced life. No matter your age, salary, social or relationship status, money is an important part of your life. Yet, somehow, talking about your money situation is hard. Why is it that you know more about what goes on in your friend’s bedroom than with their bank account? Do you know if your parents have a will or or if they’ll leave a legacy? How many of your colleagues are still paying off student debt but are jet-setting around the globe on multiple credit cards? Since no one is talking about it, you can’t be expected to learn how to manage your money on your own. With years of experience as a personal finance advisor and educator, Kelley Keehn will answer your most burning questions about money and will talk you through how to avoid mistakes along the way. You can gain control of your debt, learn to save for your future, have a life, and feel good about money all at the same time. And—spoiler alert—you don’t need a budget to do any of this! You’ll learn: -How to build good credit (and get rid of bad credit—especially credit card debt) -What all these dreaded acronyms mean and how they can work for you—TFSA, RRSP, RESP, CFP, CPP -How and when to invest for your future -How to talk about money with your partner—and everyone else in your life -How to save for a mortgage and then work towards being mortgage-free -How to have fun, splurge once in a while, and still save money With her unique blend of empathy and no-nonsense candor, Kelley takes you through the basics of personal finance with relatable anecdotes that expose the most common money pitfalls—and how to avoid them—so you can make financial decisions that are right for you.
Personal Finances by Larry Burkett
Respected Christian financial expert Larry Burkett uses God's Word to show how using a budget will develop a plan of good stewardship. He not only explains the process of creating a budget, he also points out the practical aspects of living on one.
Personal Finance For Canadians For Dummies by Eric Tyson
Take control of your finances! The latest on how to save more, invest wisely, and plan for the future. Do you need help managing your financial priorities? Relax! This friendly guide give you just the information you need to take control of your finances and make the most of your money. Whatever your income level, whatever you financial goals, the updated edition of this national bestseller is the Canadian sourcebook of sound financial planning. Discover how to: Get out - and stay out - of consumer debt. Reduce your spending Save more of what you earn Make profitable investments Buy insurance coverage that's right for you Select the best financial advisers Get smart! @ www.dummies.com Find listings of all our books Choose from many different subject categories. Sign up for eTips at etips.dummies.com Praise for Personal Finance for Canadians For Dummies® "One of the most comprehensive and readable guides available on the subject." - Calgary Herald "Packed with useful information, all presented in bite-sized segments in a clear, uncluttered format." - Toronto Star "Reaches out to everyday readers with straightforward tips and an easy-to-read format." - Ottawa Citizen