Worth It ... Not Worth It?: Simple & Profitable Answers to Life's Tough Financial Questions

Worth It ... Not Worth It?: Simple & Profitable Answers to Life's Tough Financial Questions

by Jack Otter
     
 

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Credit or debit? Rent or buy a house? Buy or lease a car? Take or decline the rental car insurance? Renovate the kitchen or finish the basement? Buy stocks or mutual funds?

Every day we are forced to make financial decisions, but the right answers all seem to require complicated, mind-numbing research. And who has time for homework when you're paying for a bag… See more details below

Overview

Credit or debit? Rent or buy a house? Buy or lease a car? Take or decline the rental car insurance? Renovate the kitchen or finish the basement? Buy stocks or mutual funds?

Every day we are forced to make financial decisions, but the right answers all seem to require complicated, mind-numbing research. And who has time for homework when you're paying for a bag of Fritos at 7-11? Or filling out a payroll form on the first day of a new job? Thankfully, there's WORTH IT . . . NOT WORTH IT?

WORTH IT . . . NOT WORTH IT? demystifies complex, real-world dilemmas and breaks the answers down into simple, Do This/Not That solutions. Organized around six basic topics-Getting Started, Shelter, Automotive, Investing, Family Matters, and Retirement-this handy book is the Swiss Army knife of personal finance.

Editorial Reviews

David Bach #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Automatic Millionaire and Start Late
I wish I had written this book! "Worth It/ Not Worth It"-this books is definitely WORTH IT. Jack Otter, is great writer, fabulous editor-and has written a wonderful, fun book that quickly answers your most pressing financial questions. The format is also unique, which I really enjoyed. I think this is a great "gift book" for the graduate season that is quickly approaching. Enjoy!
Gayle King
Where have you been all my life, Jack Otter!

The New York Times
The premise of reducing every investment decision to either/or is entertaining, and if it challenges you to think why you are deviating from his suggestions, so much the better.
From the Publisher
I wish I had written this book! "Worth It/ Not Worth It"-this books is definitely WORTH IT. Jack Otter, is great writer, fabulous editor-and has written a wonderful, fun book that quickly answers your most pressing financial questions. The format is also unique, which I really enjoyed. I think this is a great "gift book" for the graduate season that is quickly approaching. Enjoy!
David Bach #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Automatic Millionaire and Start Late, Finish Rich
Founder of FinishRich.com

Where have you been all my life, Jack Otter!

Gayle King, CBS This Morning

The premise of reducing every investment decision to either/or is entertaining, and if it challenges you to think why you are deviating from his suggestions, so much the better.—The New York Times

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781455508457
Publisher:
Grand Central Publishing
Publication date:
05/01/2012
Sold by:
Hachette Digital, Inc.
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
256
Sales rank:
1,236,828
File size:
14 MB
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