Personal Finance for Dummies


Author: Tyson, Eric (Eric Kevin)
Binding: Softback
Cover Price: 22.99
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Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Copyright Year: 2012
Publication Year: 2012
ISBN#: 1-11811-785-9
LCCN#: 2012471370
Pages: 480
Address: Hoboken, N.J
Dewey Decimal: 332.024
LoC Classification: HG179 .T97 2012


Genre: Reference
Series Number: 1098
Condition: Used
Shelf: 19
Goodreads: Yes


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The proven guide to taking control of your finances
The bestselling Personal Finance For Dummies has helped countless readers budget their funds successfully, rein in debt, and build a strong foundation for the future. Now, renowned financial counselor Eric Tyson combines his time-tested financial advice along with updates to his strategies that reflect changing economic conditions, giving you a better-than-ever guide to taking an honest look at your current financial health and setting realistic goals for the future.

Inside, you'll find techniques for tracking expenditures, reducing spending, and getting out from under the burden of high-interest debt. Tyson explains the basics of investing in plain English, as well as the risks, returns, and options for popular investment strategies. He also covers ways to save for college and special events, tame your taxes, and financially survive the twists and turns that life delivers.

The bestselling, tried-and-true guide to taking control of finances, now updated to cover current economic conditions
Provides concrete, actionable advice for anyone facing great financial hardship
Helps you avoid or get out of debt and budget funds more successfully
Eric Tyson, MBA, is a nationally recognized personal finance counselor and the author of numerous For Dummies titles, including Home Buying For Dummies, Investing For Dummies, and Mutual Funds For Dummies, among others
There's no need to stress over an uncertain economy — just read Personal Finance For Dummies and protect your financial future!


Tyson provides concrete, action-oriented guidance for tracking expenditures, reducing spending, getting out of debt, investing wisely, and financially surviving life's unexpected twists and turns.