How Much Is Enough?: Making Financial Decisions That Create Wealth and Well-Being

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  • Edition: 2nd
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2009-04-30
  • Publisher: Greenleaf Book Group Llc

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How Much Is Enough? teaches you how to balance investments with aspirations to achieve financial security and personal well-being. Combining the latest economic theory and behavioral research with compelling stories of those who have found peace beyond their bank accounts, including Warren Buffett, Steve Jobs, and Ann Sutoro (the mother of President Barack Obama), the authors present a revolutionary holistic approach to financial Planning. Book jacket.

Author Biography

Arun Abey cofounded the international lifestyle financial-planning firm, ipac securities, and currently serves as its executive chairman, as well as head of strategy for AXA Asia Pacific. Arun graduated with first class honors in arts and economics degrees from the Australian National University and is a Fellow of the Financial Services Institute of Australia.Andrew Ford is a marketing and communications expert who has held senior roles in the financial services and publishing industries in Australia and the UK. Andrew earned a bachelor of economics degree from the University of Sydney and currently serves as national communications manager for ipac securities.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgmentsp. ix
Forewordp. xi
Introduction Richer and Happierp. 1
The Bridge of Well-being
The Foundationsp. 15
The Meaning of Moneyp. 31
The Happiness Challengep. 41
Strategies for Well-beingp. 63
Kids, Money, and Happinessp. 75
Giving with Meaningp. 95
Further Reading for Part 1p. 112
Wealth Habits
The Investment Prizep. 117
The Madness of Myopiap. 131
How to Be Prudent and Take the Long Viewp. 143
The Puzzling Properties of Propertyp. 153
Confronting the Enemy Withinp. 167
Further Reading for Part 2p. 189
Wealth and Well-being
Good and Bad Advisersp. 193
How Much Is Enough?p. 203
Referencesp. 213
Indexp. 219
About the Authorsp. 225
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