The Complete Idiot's Guide to Personal Finance inYour 20s &30s, 4th Edition

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  • Edition: 4th
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2009-06-02
  • Publisher: Alpha

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Revised and updated, this new edition clearly explains all the basic information everyone in this age group needs to begin planning their personal finances or enhance their current financial plan to yield better returns on their investments, including completely new material on.Topics Coveredá- Internet banking- Budget for spiraling food and fuel costs- College loans management- Effective 401(k) and retirement planning- Debit and prepaid credit cards- Tips about online car shopping- Online college degrees and what they can get you- Investment strategies for the next decade- Home-based employment opportunities- Financial effects of changing job- Financial impact of marriage and children- Home ownership options from building your own to townhouses and condos- Online mortgage brokers- Fully updated resources

Author Biography

Sarah Young Fisher is the owner of Fisher Advisers, an estate/financial planning consulting firm. She is a certified financial planner, a chartered financial consultant, and a certified financial services counselor, and has a master-'s degree in financial services. She is also the author of -˘YourMoney,-÷ a column found in Consumers Digest magazine.

Susan Shelly is a freelance writer, researcher, editorial consultant, and co-author.

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