Sorting Out Your Finances For Dummies

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John Wiley & Sons, Feb 15, 2011 - Business & Economics - 316 pages
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Being good with money is about getting into good habits and understanding the choices you make.  Fully updated to cover the latest financial trends and developments, this book gives you the confidence to plot where your money goes, to know your limits, and to choose the right financial products for a wealthier future.

It will help you learn how to analyse your financial situation, isolate problem areas, properly structure your debt, investments and retirement plans, and adopt good money habits whatever your age or financial situation. Once you’ve sorted out your finances you’ll get much more pleasure from the money you spend and the money you save.

Discover how to:

  • Make your salary go further
  • Set financial goals and reach them
  • Get out of debt
  • Start an investment portfolio
  • Prepare for the unexpected
 

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Contents

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Qrganising Your Finances
Choosing the Best Current Account for
Dealing with Debt
Flexing the Plastic Choosing a Credit Card
Saying for a Rainy
Making the Most of TaxFree Sayings and Investments
DIY Inyesting Opting for Shares
Taking Care of the Future
The Pm of Tens
Ceping with Ten Eyents Life May Throw at
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Melanie Bien is a Director at Savills Private Finance and is the former personal finance editor for the Independent on Sunday. She has been writing about property and personal finance for a variety of national newspapers, magazines and websites for over a decade.

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