We Need Diverse Ya Sale
 
 

Special Offers see all

Enter to WIN a $100 Credit

Subscribe to PowellsBooks.news
for a chance to win.
Privacy Policy

Visit our stores


    Recently Viewed clear list


    Lists | June 22, 2015

    Stephen Jarvis: IMG Robert Seymour — 13 Pictures



    1. Self-Portrait. My new novel, Death and Mr. Pickwick, tells the story of the origins of Charles Dickens's first novel, The Pickwick Papers. Its... Continue »
    1. $21.00 Sale Hardcover add to wish list

      Death and Mr. Pickwick

      Stephen Jarvis 9780374139667

    spacer

This item may be
out of stock.

Click on the button below to search for this title in other formats.


Check for Availability
Add to Wishlist

The Truth About Money, 2e: Second Edition

The Truth About Money, 2e: Second Edition Cover

 

Synopses & Reviews

Publisher Comments:

The Truth About Money is back--and better. With updated information and all-new sections, Ric Edelman's critically acclaimed New York Times bestseller remains your indispensable guide to personal finance. The Truth About Money covers the entire spectrum of personal finance--from maximizing a financial portfolio to planning a wedding--and explains difficult financial concepts in plain English.

  • personal finance 101: what financial planning is and why you need to plan

  • risky behavior: how to identify, reduce, and avoid financial risk

  • the A to Z of investments: from annuities to zero coupon bonds

  • go from owing money to owning money: how to get out of debt (and stay that way)

  • home sweet home: how to buy your first home, your next home, and save on taxes when you sell

  • the insurance smoke and mirrors: the what-kind, how-much, and where-to-buy lowdown on insurance (and if you need it at all)

  • little Johnny's first financial portfolio: three reasons not to save money in a child's name

  • your kids may love you, but that doesn't mean they love each other: making sure your will will do everything you want it to do once you're gone

  • the marriage of your dreams: how to choose a financial advisor and the 10 taboos to avoid to guarantee it remains a healthy relationship
And, all new for this revised edition:

  • taxes, taxes, taxes: Ric Edelman explains the new tax laws in the all-new section on taxes

  • the run down on the Roth: in an easy-to-read flow chart, you'll immediately determine if the Roth is right for you

  • taking Grandma to court: the do's and don'ts of lending money to family members

  • 130 questions essential to savvy financial planning: good thing we give you the answers

55 Reasons to Buy This Book:

10 Points to Ponder About Prospective Planners

9 Questions to Help You Choose a Guardian for Your Kids

8 Features to Look for in a Long-Term Care Policy

7 Ways and Wheres of 401(k) plans

6 Ways to Qualify for a Bigger Mortgage

5 Common Broker Tricks

4 Problems You Encounter When Buying Investments

3 Ways to Buy Stocks

2 Tax-Safe Ways to Move Your IRAs

1 Asset You Must Pass On

And featured in this revised edition, all-new information about the new tax laws and the truth about the Roth IRA (including a flow chart for 1998 and 1999 that tells you if the Roth's right for you). The Truth About Money also includes all you need to know about the best way to save for college with the new Section 529 Plan. Plus, the 130 questions and answers to the Ric Edelman personal finance quiz!

Synopsis:

The Truth About Money is back--and better. With updated information and all-new sections, Ric Edelman's critically acclaimed New York Times bestseller remains your indispensable guide to personal finance. The Truth About Money covers the entire spectrum of personal finance--from maximizing a financial portfolio to planning a wedding--and explains difficult financial concepts in plain English.

  • personal finance 101: what financial planning is and why you need to plan

  • risky behavior: how to identify, reduce, and avoid financial risk

  • the A to Z of investments: from annuities to zero coupon bonds

  • go from owing money to owning money: how to get out of debt (and stay that way)

  • home sweet home: how to buy your first home, your next home, and save on taxes when you sell

  • the insurance smoke and mirrors: the what-kind, how-much, and where-to-buy lowdown on insurance (and if you need it at all)

  • little Johnny's first financial portfolio: three reasons not to save money in a child's name

  • your kids may love you, but that doesn't mean they love each other: making sure your will will do everything you want it to do once you're gone

  • the marriage of your dreams: how to choose a financial advisor and the 10 taboos to avoid to guarantee it remains a healthy relationship
And, all new for this revised edition:

  • taxes, taxes, taxes: Ric Edelman explains the new tax laws in the all-new section on taxes

  • the run down on the Roth: in an easy-to-read flow chart, you'll immediately determine if the Roth is right for you

  • taking Grandma to court: the do's and don'ts of lending money to family members

  • 130 questions essential to savvy financial planning: good thing we give you the answers

55 Reasons to Buy This Book:

10 Points to Ponder About Prospective Planners

9 Questions to Help You Choose a Guardian for Your Kids

8 Features to Look for in a Long-Term Care Policy

7 Ways and Wheres of 401(k) plans

6 Ways to Qualify for a Bigger Mortgage

5 Common Broker Tricks

4 Problems You Encounter When Buying Investments

3 Ways to Buy Stocks

2 Tax-Safe Ways to Move Your IRAs

1 Asset You Must Pass On

And featured in this revised edition, all-new information about the new tax laws and the truth about the Roth IRA (including a flow chart for 1998 and 1999 that tells you if the Roth's right for you). The Truth About Money also includes all you need to know about the best way to save for college with the new Section 529 Plan. Plus, the 130 questions and answers to the Ric Edelman personal finance quiz!

About the Author

Ric Edelman, CFS, RFC, CMFC, CRC, recently wrote Financial Security in Troubled Times to aid consumers in the aftermath of September 11. He is also the author of three bestsellers, The Truth About Money, The New Rules of Money and the #1 New York Times bestseller, Ordinary People, Extraordinary Wealth. His firm, Edelman Financial Services, Inc., is one of the largest financial planning firms in the nation, handling $2 billion for Americans across the country. Ric lives in Great Falls, Virginia, with his wife, Jean, and their weimaraners, Dojar and Liza.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780062736420
Subtitle:
Second Edition
Foreword:
Thomas, Cal
Author:
Edelman, Ric
Author:
Thomas, Cal
Publisher:
William Morrow
Location:
New York, N.Y. :
Subject:
Personal Finance - General
Subject:
Money
Subject:
Accounting - General
Subject:
Finance, personal
Subject:
Personal Finance - Money Management
Edition Number:
2
Edition Description:
Hardcover
Publication Date:
19981125
Binding:
Hardback
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Yes
Pages:
608
Dimensions:
9.25 x 6.125 in 37.92 oz

Related Subjects

Business » Personal Finance

The Truth About Money, 2e: Second Edition
0 stars - 0 reviews
$ In Stock
Product details 608 pages William Morrow - English 9780062736420 Reviews:
"Synopsis" by , The Truth About Money is back--and better. With updated information and all-new sections, Ric Edelman's critically acclaimed New York Times bestseller remains your indispensable guide to personal finance. The Truth About Money covers the entire spectrum of personal finance--from maximizing a financial portfolio to planning a wedding--and explains difficult financial concepts in plain English.

  • personal finance 101: what financial planning is and why you need to plan

  • risky behavior: how to identify, reduce, and avoid financial risk

  • the A to Z of investments: from annuities to zero coupon bonds

  • go from owing money to owning money: how to get out of debt (and stay that way)

  • home sweet home: how to buy your first home, your next home, and save on taxes when you sell

  • the insurance smoke and mirrors: the what-kind, how-much, and where-to-buy lowdown on insurance (and if you need it at all)

  • little Johnny's first financial portfolio: three reasons not to save money in a child's name

  • your kids may love you, but that doesn't mean they love each other: making sure your will will do everything you want it to do once you're gone

  • the marriage of your dreams: how to choose a financial advisor and the 10 taboos to avoid to guarantee it remains a healthy relationship
And, all new for this revised edition:

  • taxes, taxes, taxes: Ric Edelman explains the new tax laws in the all-new section on taxes

  • the run down on the Roth: in an easy-to-read flow chart, you'll immediately determine if the Roth is right for you

  • taking Grandma to court: the do's and don'ts of lending money to family members

  • 130 questions essential to savvy financial planning: good thing we give you the answers

55 Reasons to Buy This Book:

10 Points to Ponder About Prospective Planners

9 Questions to Help You Choose a Guardian for Your Kids

8 Features to Look for in a Long-Term Care Policy

7 Ways and Wheres of 401(k) plans

6 Ways to Qualify for a Bigger Mortgage

5 Common Broker Tricks

4 Problems You Encounter When Buying Investments

3 Ways to Buy Stocks

2 Tax-Safe Ways to Move Your IRAs

1 Asset You Must Pass On

And featured in this revised edition, all-new information about the new tax laws and the truth about the Roth IRA (including a flow chart for 1998 and 1999 that tells you if the Roth's right for you). The Truth About Money also includes all you need to know about the best way to save for college with the new Section 529 Plan. Plus, the 130 questions and answers to the Ric Edelman personal finance quiz!

spacer
spacer
  • back to top

FOLLOW US ON...

     
Powell's City of Books is an independent bookstore in Portland, Oregon, that fills a whole city block with more than a million new, used, and out of print books. Shop those shelves — plus literally millions more books, DVDs, and gifts — here at Powells.com.