January, 2012

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

by Beth Kobliner If you’re like most people, you want to get your financial life in order but don’t know where to begin. Since its first publication in 1996, Get a Financial Life has helped thousands of people get out of debt, start saving, and begin investing. This updated edition — expanded for the Internet […]

Save Big: Cut Your Top 5 Costs and Save Thousands

by Elisabeth Leamy, Diane Sawyer, Robin Roberts In SAVE BIG (Not Small), Leamy puts saving in perspective. Her philosophy is to save a lot of money on a few things rather than a little bit of money on a bunch of things. Why give up life’s little pleasures when you can save more money by […]

The Real Cost of Living

Carmen Wong Ulrich takes a look at many different aspects of people’s lives. Each chapter looks at the potential costs and benefits of the life changing decisions people make every day (buying a home, getting married or divorced, having a family, etc.). Ulrich examines each decision, and discusses what the impact could be on your life […]

The Only Investment Guide You’ll Ever Need

You’ve probably got the original it was a million-copy best seller so here’s a revised version covering new laws and the joys of the Internet. Everything is up-to-date here; it would be a risk to miss this, the eighth, edition. For more than thirty years, The Only Investment Guide You’ll Ever Need has been a […]

Best Personal Budget books

Top 10 Personal Budget books 1. Bonnie’s Household Budget Book: The Essential Guide for Getting Control of Your Money About the Author Bonnie Runyan McCullough, a professional home-manager, lives in Lakewood, Colorado. She is the author of Totally Organized, Bonnie’s Household Organizer, and 401 Ways to Get Your Kids to Work at Home. Family Budget […]

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