Times are tough, and saving money is on everyone's mind. Four million U.S. men and women between the ages of 27-52 are unemployed because of a collapse in the housing and banking industry. Jane is a 40-year-old generation X mother and wife. This is her story. Jane started working in corporate America seventeen years ago. Jane worked her way from the bottom to a senior position, putting in sixty-hour workweeks. Jane has been through a couple of economic downturns but nothing to this extreme. Today, Jane has no job and a family to support. Jane is one of four million displaced by this economic disaster. Despite the deep impact that the recession is, having on household income Jane can still survive and thrive. This book is the road map to help Jane and four million unemployed men and women discover hope in these challenging times. Common Sense Money is about providing practical everyday solutions that work. This book is a gut check guide that revives the time tested no frills money management strategy for a tough economy. Common Sense Money is part information and inspiration, it also provides the tools for Jane to manage financially and thriveHere are the top 10 of the 2008 model year: Top deals now, according to TrueCar .com, include the Mercury ... Camry Hybrid (-9.4%) and Highlander Hybrid (-8.7% ); and among compacts the Kia Optima (-30.8%) and Ford Fusion (-23.5%).
|Title||:||911-Common Sense Money|
|Publisher||:||Keith A Ambersley - 2010-03-01|