Your Money Matters: 21 Tips for Achieving Financial Security in the 21st Century

Your Money Matters: 21 Tips for Achieving Financial Security in the 21st Century

by Jonathan Pond
     
 

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Your Money Matters takes the financial wisdom Pond has amassed in years as a lecturer and print, radio, and TV commentator, and focuses it on the task of achieving financial security for the next one hundred years. Pond's fans will note his trademark style throughout these pages, and readers new to him will be charmed by his skill in making even the most

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Your Money Matters takes the financial wisdom Pond has amassed in years as a lecturer and print, radio, and TV commentator, and focuses it on the task of achieving financial security for the next one hundred years. Pond's fans will note his trademark style throughout these pages, and readers new to him will be charmed by his skill in making even the most complicated financial matters easily understood and enjoyable.

The audiobook covers every major financial situation that is likely to arise in an adult's lifetime. From the beginnings of financial independence to complicated estate planning, from buying a home to saving for retirement, it's all here.

Your Money Matters has just enough information to get you going, presented clearly and concisely. Unlike other guides, it takes a humanistic approach to money, reminding us that there's no reason our financial lives have to be dull.

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Library Journal - Library Journal
Public television host and personal finance commentator Pond uses the upcoming 21st century as his stage for this up-to-date summary of key tips designed to enable listeners to achieve financial security. Keeping with his traditionally humorous approach, some of his subjects include "Death Doesn't Get Worse Every Time Congress Convenes" and "Learn How To Tolerate a Loved One's Annoying Financial Habits." Over his many years as a financial lecturer, Pond has amassed a goodly number of followers of his sound advice about many typical situations likely to be experienced. He discusses estate planning, saving for retirement, buying a home, the difference between saving and investing, and, always important, living beneath your means. While this presents no new ideas, with Pond's strong identity, this is a sure bet for all larger public libraries and any other library still lacking in the financial advice genre.--Dale Farris, Groves, TX Copyright 2000 Cahners Business Information.\

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780756773304
Publisher:
DIANE Publishing Company
Publication date:
03/28/2004
Pages:
286

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