Your Wealth-building Years: Financial Planning for 18-to 38-year-olds

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Newmarket Press, 1994 - Finance, Personal - 240 pages
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Newly updated to reflect the current tax laws and investment climate, this book is specifically geared toward young people earning $16,000 or more, and focuses on every aspect of financial planning, from cash flow and organizing to a "pay-yourself-first" budget and setting goals to long-term strategies for building wealth. "The best of its kind. First rate".--"Publishers Weekly". Graphs, charts, worksheets, index.

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Your wealth-building years: the secrets of money management for 21- to 35-year-olds

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Berg, a lawyer and financial planner, discusses personal finance for people 21 to 35 years old and earning $16,000 or more a year. She correctly states that time can be a valuable ally in building a ... Read full review

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ADRIANE G. BERG is a recognized expert in the fields of investing and personal finance, and is one of the country's most prolific financial writers and television and radio broadcasters. Ms. Berg is author of over a dozen money books, including the award-winning, The Totally Awesome Money Book for Kids, Your Wealth-Building Years, and How Good Guys Grow Rich. Adriane is a money columnist for TrendSight, American Journal, Inside Magazine, and Living in Balance magazine. She currently lectures about longevity planning at the Learning Annex and speaks at corporate conferences on the topics of personal finance and longevity. Ms. Berg is also an expert money manager and investor, and the publisher of WealthBuilder, an investment newsletter dedicated to bringing extraordinary information to the individual investor. She sits on the New York Advisory Board of the Women's Leadership Exchange. She is the creator of making life simpler, richer, and wiser as we meet the challenges and rewards of longevity head-on.

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