Money Management Basics
Written in clear language, this book explains how to define your financial objectives, calculate your net worth, and use month-to-month planning to meet long-term goals. This easy-to-use guide includes key information about saving, borrowing, and investing to get the most from your income. Tables, charts, and worksheets.
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Handling Your Money from Month to Month
Where to Put Your Cash
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