More Money for Beer and Textbooks is a common sense guide to student finances that won’t put you to sleep or bore you to death.
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Getting rid of debt is about so much more than just creating a spreadsheet and a budget. It's about the emotions, beliefs and attitudes that we hold that can end up getting us in trouble if we're not careful.
In The Wealthy Barber Returns, David takes on the newfound addiction to debt that society has embraced since he released his best-seller. A large part of the book is spent rightly reminding people how toxic debt can be to financial planning, as well as asking how much “stuff” people actually need.
Lewis has the unique perspective of someone who seen his career begin in the heart of the financial madness we see today. He got his start at a big investment firm called Salomon Brothers, and seen the creation of such things as Mortgage Bonds, the derivatives of those same Mortgage Bonds, and other crazy financial products that have served to make Wall Street rich and leave the rest of the Western World sucking fumes.
Crystal Paine and her husband Jesse share their strategies for saving money in her new book, The Money Saving Mom’s Budget Book. Win a copy.
An investment book to help you reduce your mutual fund fees and expenses, lessen your investing risk exposure, and enhance your net portfolio earnings