A Woman's Guide to Investing

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Lightbulb Press, 1998 - Business & Economics - 159 pages
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You CAN achieve financial security Nine out of ten women will be solely responsible for managing their finances at some point in their adult lives. There’s no better time than now to start learning about investing — and no better guide than The Woman’s Guide to Investing. This thorough, easy-to-read manual by Virginia B. Morris and Kenneth M. Morris explains all of your investment options, tells you how to get sound financial advice, and build a portfolio that will provide the financial security you need for yourself and your loved ones. These savvy authors take the fear and intimidation out of investing and put control into your own hands as they show you how to: *Create a plan *Find a reliable financial advisor *Allocate assets and manage risk *Defer taxes *Plan your estate*More

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Contents

1 Dont Know
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The Gender Issue Enough About Investing
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Someone Will Watch 18 Myth 5 A Good Advisor Is Over Me Hard to Find
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About the author (1998)

Virginia B. Morris, Ph.D., and Kenneth M. Morris, Ph.D., coauthors of "The Wall Street Journal Guide to Understanding Money & Investing", have coauthored numerous other finance and investment titles. Both authors work at Lightbulb Press. Ken is an expert in "simplified communications." Virginia has written columns on personal finance for women for various websites and has been interviewed on CNNfn and the Fox News Channel.

Kenneth M. Morris is the chairman

and CEO of Lightbulb Press, a print and Internet

publishing company he founded in 1990. One of the

nationAs leading experts in simplified communications, Ken created the first easy-to-read documents for

the brokerage, banking, and telecommunications

industries, as well as the 1040EZ for the IRS. He is

now spearheading the development of point-of-need

online products for websites and interactive devices.

Ken is the coauthor of "The Wall Street Journal"

guides and other Lightbulb publications, including "Essential Guide to Your"" 401(k) Plan" and "Dictionary of Financial Terms". He serves on the boards of the Electronic Document Systems Foundation (EDSF), the "Information Design Journal", and "Visible Language".

A graduate of Cornell University, he holds a PhD from Columbia University.

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