The Savage Truth on Money (Google eBook)

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John Wiley & Sons, May 12, 2011 - Business & Economics - 368 pages
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The truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth onmoney

If you are overwhelmed by money decisions?and in today'spost-crisis economy, who isn't??Terry Savage can help. In TheSavage Truth, Second Edition, she takes the fear out of financialdecision-making and makes sound financial decisions something thatyou simply do, rather than something that you stress about. Mostimportantly, Savage shows you how to gain control over yourfinancial future, setting you free to truly enjoy the present.

  • Details money basics, such as investing, retirement plans, lifeinsurance, college savings, estate planning, and coping withdebt
  • Provides methods to keep you on track to reach your long-termgoals of financial independence
  • Describes technology you can use to improve your financialdecision-making

The truth is if it were easy to make, save, and grow money,everyone would be rich. It isn't easy. But, The Savage Truth onMoney, Second Edition makes it a lot easier.

  

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Contents

Section 1
4
Section 2
34
Section 3
46
Section 4
74
Section 5
98
Section 6
136
Section 7
162
Section 8
182
Section 9
206
Section 10
220
Section 11
242
Section 12
262
Section 13
288
Section 14
306
Section 15
324
Section 16
343

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About the author (2011)

Terry Savage is a nationally recognized financial authority, bestsellingauthor, and winner of the National Press Club Award for Outstanding Consumer Journalism. She writes a nationally syndicated column on personal finance for the Chicago Sun-Times, and writes for Moneyshow.com. Terry is a frequent guest on CNN, CBS, and national radio and television programs. She was a founding member of the Chicago Board Options Exchange and serves on the board of CME Group Inc. Terry Savage's previous books include: The New Savage Number: How Much Money Do You Really Need to Retire? The first edition of The Savage Truth on Money was the subject of an hour-long PBS television special.

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