Financially Fearless by 40: Practical Advice for the Smart, Successful, and Financially Clueless

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Plume, 2003 - Business & Economics - 219 pages
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The author of Debt-Free by 30 helps readers tackle the next stage of money management So you finally make more than $20,000 a year and your student loans are paid off: What's next on the road to being smart with your money? In the follow-up to Debt-Free by 30, Jason Anthony tackles the financial questions and dilemmas for those over thirty. In a witty and light-hearted tone, Anthony addresses all of the financial and psychological aspects of the big decisions in life, from getting married and having children to buying a home and investing in the stock market. An entertaining guide to managing one's present finances, Financially Fearless by 40 offers advice on both your present situation and how to ensure a comfortable future.

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While most people in their 20s are worried about paying off college loans and having enough money to pay rent and go out with their friends, Anthony (Debt-Free By 30) says, people in their 30s often ... Read full review

Contents

Emotional Rescue
1
Couples Therapy
21
Your 249180 Bundle of Joy
44
Copyright

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About the author (2003)

Anthony is a freelance personal finance web consultant. Prior to that he adapted novels for possible movie production. Now he counsels people through the horrors of personal finance.

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