101 great answers to the the toughest financial questions

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Career Press, 1996 - Business & Economics - 223 pages
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So what are these "tough" questions? Everything from how and when to buy or sell (or build) a house to whether you need long-term care insurance, from deciphering stock quotes to how much to invest in your 401(k) plan, from figuring your estate taxes to whether you have to worry about the "nanny tax".

In other words, this is not just a book on financial planning, or buying real estate, or investing, or writing a will, or tax planning, or insurance, or saving for college.

It is a book on all of those topics...and more. Great for the neophyte -- what a wonderful graduation present! -- but an essential reference for anyone's financial life.

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Contents

Getting Started
11
Family Finance 101
13
How much should I save?
15
Copyright

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About the author (1996)

Ellie Williams is a former brokerage firm manager with over 15 years of banking and brokerage experience. She has coauthored a number of books on finance, including "99 Great Answers to Everyone's Investment Questions", "All About Your 401(k) Plan", "The Smart Woman's Guide to Spending, Saving, and Managing Money", "101 Great Answers to the Toughest Financial Questions", and others." "The holder of six securities licenses, Williams owns MONEYWISE, a financial training and education firm dedicated to helping investors make educated financial decisions--and always know the right questions to ask.

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