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The 250 Personal Finance Questions You Should Ask in Your 20s and 30s
     

The 250 Personal Finance Questions You Should Ask in Your 20s and 30s

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by Debby Fowles
 

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Personal finance problems like college loans, credit card debt, and badly planned “budgets” have helped identify young adults these days as “Generation Debt.” Written in an easy-to-read, accessible Q&A format, this comprehensive book acts as a financial advisor for folks who are just starting out on their own. Readers will get the basics of

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Personal finance problems like college loans, credit card debt, and badly planned “budgets” have helped identify young adults these days as “Generation Debt.” Written in an easy-to-read, accessible Q&A format, this comprehensive book acts as a financial advisor for folks who are just starting out on their own. Readers will get the basics of money management as they learn how to: make a budget and stick to it; build an emergency fund; get out of debt as easily and quickly as possible; splurge - the smart way; and more. Saving young adults from feeling like they’re facing impossible odds, this book will explain, ease, and eliminate readers’ worst financial fears.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781440518348
Publisher:
F+W Media
Publication date:
12/01/2008
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
192
File size:
562 KB

Meet the Author

Debby Fowles (Georgetown, ME) held a B.S. degree in management and had more than twenty years of accounting and business experience. Ms. Fowles wrote several articles as the About.com Guide for Financial Planning.

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250 Personal Finance Questions You Should Ask in Your 20s and 30s 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
hanbanana More than 1 year ago
Steers more towards early 20's (or 30's if you've been living in moms basement and taking the city bus, i guess). Great advice for anyone just starting out on thie rown - very well rounded, from cars, to going to going out, to 1st apartment or buying a first home.