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The Smartest Money Book You'll Ever Read: Everything You Need to Know about Growing, Spending, and Enjoying Your Moneyby Daniel R Solin
Synopses & Reviews
Stop working for your money—and put your money to work for you!
Tens of thousands of readers trust Dan Solins advice when it comes to investing, managing their portfolios and their 401(k)s, and planning for retirement. Now Solin offers the smartest guide to money management and financial planning yet.
From managing your debt, maximizing savings, and making smart decisions about home ownership (or not) to insurance, investing, and retirement, The Smartest Money Book Youll Ever Read will be your guide to financial independence for a lifetime—and beyond.
Written in the same no-nonsense style as his previous bestsellers, The Smartest Money Book Youll Ever Read breaks financial planning and money management into bite-size pieces—with immediately actionable advice. Covering the key tasks in every area of personal finance, Solin shows you how to:
Analyze your money problems and get motivated to solve them
Get out of debt fast, and draw up a budget you can live on—and live with
Blow off useless commission-based advisors and learn to take control of your own financial future
Buy the health/life/disability/auto insurance you need—and only what you need
Invest so that—finally—your money works for you, not someone else
Step by simple step, this is advice that you can actually understand and follow. You can avoid debt-addiction and other financial hazards, as well as learn to harness the power of the web to put your money to work.
The Smartest Money Book Youll Ever Read is recommended by Mint.com, the worlds largest free online financial planning site, for use by its members. However, all of the advice in this book is readily accessible to all readers.
The acclaimed New York Times columnist and author of The Behavior Gap helps readers reframe their decisions about money
Financial decisions arenand#8217;t really about money. They're decisions about how we spend our lives. When most financial professionals talk about planning, however, they focus on numbers and technical details. Enter The One-Page Financial Plan.
Too often, the complexity of the planning process paralyzes people before they even begin. Carl Richards sweeps away that complexity and reframes these discussions to focus on the things that actually matter to real people. Rather than identifying arbitrary and impersonal goals (such as trying to beat the market or knowing exactly how much money youand#8217;ll earn years from now), he empowers readers to identify the goals that align with their values. Through a series of steps, he shows readers how simple these decisions can beand#151;once readers are clear about what matters most.
Based on Richardsand#8217;s twenty-plus years of working with clients, The One-Page Financial Plan refocuses readers away from useless financial plans and on the incredibly helpful process of true financial planning. Using his popular sketches that break down big concepts into easy-to-remember visuals, the book is a provocative, even fun, exercise that moves people toward the lives they want.
Stop working for money
and put your money to work for you!
Tens of thousands of readers trust Dan Solin's advice when it comes to investing, managing their 401(k)s, and planning for retirement. Now Solin offers the smartest guide to money management and financial planning yet.
From managing your debt, boosting your savings, and owning (or renting) a home to buying insurance, maximizing investment returns, and retiring when you want to, The Smartest Money Book You'll Ever Read is your road map to financial freedom-and to enjoying yourself along the way.
About the Author
Dan Solin is the internationally bestselling author several books, including The Smartest Investment Book Youll Ever Read. He is a senior vice president of Index Funds Advisors (ifa.com) and a financial advice columnist for the Huffington Post.
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