On the Money Journal: The Guide for How You Can - Acquire, Protect, and Play with Our Most Popular Commodity--Money!
On the Money,-now in its fifth year of syndication, is the financial column for C-level executives. Published monthly by American Cities Business Journals, On the Money is a refreshingly candid (and sometimes humorous) look at the stuff that makes the world go around. Now, for the first time, a compilation of C. Stephen Guyer's favorite columns is available in On the Money Journal.
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On the Money Journal by C. Stephen Guyer is a useful and entertaining collection of articles selected from Mr. Guyer's regular column in the Denver Business Journal. The articles deal with a broad spread of money topics, ranging from acquiring and borrowing money to having fun with money, from the amusing - holiday spending and current currency catch phrases to the serious - dealing with taxes and bankruptcy.
Readers ranging from average individuals to financial professionals will all find interesting, current, and helpful information. Small business owners will find good advice, as will CFOs. Home business entrepreneurs and cube dwellers will each benefit from reading this book.
There is a wealth of references to websites for readers who want to delve deeper into the various topics, also regular mail addresses and contact information, including entities such as government agencies and investor research. One can even find a link to the Swiss-American Chamber of Commerce where you can learn all about the often mentioned but seldom understood topic of Swiss bank accounts.
The articles are thorough and well researched. The writing style has the clear and sharp characteristics one would expect to find in a respected and widely read business periodical. The information is well balanced, containing both practical knowledge and enough background to fill in all the pieces of the money puzzle.
BORROWING SOMEONE ELSES MONEY
PROTECTING YOUR MONEY
THE INEVITABLE TAXING OF YOUR MONEY
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