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The Complete Idiot's Guide to Personal Finance in your 20'sand 30's
The Complete Idiot’s Guide‚ to Personal Finance in Your 20s and 30s, Third Edition, clearly explains everything members of this age group need to know to get a handle on their pocketbook and their portfolio, from planning their personal finances to enhancing their current financial plan to getting better returns on...more
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My take on this: use tools. Use free tools that keep track of your life automatically for you. Mint.com (best choice), or Quicken (offline only, so it's a pain, has more features you may not need them all). Mint is slim and easy to use.
Have an online bank with auto-debit that force you to save money. It's always a good thing to have extra cash somewhere that you don't know about, but can be a life-saver in emergency ...more
I was hoping that I could ignore the readership fact and get as much out of it as possible, and I think I did. If the book ...more
I would recommend this book generally to those looking to get a hold of their financial lives, but I would obviously recommend a more recent edition.
Good read, but it's probably not necessary for most people to rea ...more