Money Made Easy 2015-16: The complete guide to making and saving money for the whole family

Money Made Easy 2015-16: The complete guide to making and saving money for the whole family

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Overview

Money Made Easy 2015-16: The complete guide to making and saving money for the whole family by Mark King, Laura Whitcombe

Money Made Easy 2015-16 is here to help you master your personal finances - cutting through the jargon and explaining clever but simple ways to make and save money. Covering every stage of life, it gives you the tools you need to ensure you always get a good deal.
The good news is that whatever age you are, however much you earn, whatever your history, you can always improve your financial position by getting organised. You don't need a new job or a pay rise; you can improve your finances without making any major lifestyle changes - and you can do it today.
Dive into Money Made Easy and find out:
• how to grow your money over the long term
• how to plan and save for retirement
• how to start a business
• how to buy and sell property
• how to cut debt and build savings
• how to get organised for life's big events: childbirth, marriage and more.
The book also includes a product guide covering the building blocks of personal finance and a handy jargon buster.
Personal finance is not an enigma and it's not impossible to understand; it's just a subject many people avoid. Don't be one of them. Start smartening your finances today - thanks to this book, it's never been easier.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780857194909
Publisher: Harriman House Publishing
Publication date: 05/26/2015
Pages: 240
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.60(d)

About the Author

Mark King is an award-winning personal finance journalist and editor. He spent more than 16 years at the Guardian and Observer writing on personal finance and investment issues. He is now editor of Moneywise magazine and website and regularly appears on BBC Radio. Mark has been shortlisted for an award at the 2015 Headline Money Awards, which recognise the work of financial journalists.
Laura Whitcombe is a personal finance journalist and the deputy editor of Moneywise magazine and website. She is a contributor to Spectator Money and has also written for The Spectator and Money Observer. She is also a personal finance commentator appearing regularly on BBC radio and TV. Laura has been shortlisted for an award at the 2015 Headline Money Awards, which recognise the work of financial journalists.

Mark King is an award-winning personal finance journalist and editor. He spent more than 16 years at the Guardian and Observer writing on personal finance and investment issues. He is now editor of Moneywise magazine and website and regularly appears on BBC Radio. Mark has been shortlisted for an award at the 2015 Headline Money Awards, which recognise the work of financial journalists.
Laura Whitcombe is a personal finance journalist and the deputy editor of Moneywise magazine and website. She is a contributor to Spectator Money and has also written for The Spectator and Money Observer. She is also a personal finance commentator appearing regularly on BBC radio and TV. Laura has been shortlisted for an award at the 2015 Headline Money Awards, which recognise the work of financial journalists.

Table of Contents

About the authors
Foreword
Introduction
Part 1: Make Money
Investing
Pensions and retirement
Starting a business
Buying and selling property
Part 2: Save Money
Get rid of debt
Set yourself a goal
Part 3: Get Organised
Getting married
Having a child
Protect yourself and your family
Divorce
Looking to the future
At work
Benefits
Part 4: Product Guide
Bank basics
Part 5: Jargon Buster
Jargon buster

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