Money: A Self-serving Programme: Liquidity, Savings, and Investment

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Xlibris Corporation, Feb 8, 2013 - Self-Help - 50 pages
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If you are one of those people who really wants to save money and make more of your future then this will be the book to start you off. It leads you through the understanding of money to the resolve and disciplines needed to save it. It then takes you on to an understanding of risk and then to investments. The text assumes a light-hearted approach overcoming some of the hard facts that must be faced if you are going to be a successful wealth builder.

 

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Contents

Introduction
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Index
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 Married with two children, money was always tight to non-existent. So when Roger sold all his business interests at the age of fifty, there was only one place to go to continue earning a living, the financial industry. There he specialized in wealth management in the form of private portfolios, trusts and income generation in retirement. Pity he didn’t start with the financial industry and then go onto all the other business interests.

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