All the Right Moves is a clear, cogent, guide to personal finance for Generation X. With a light, often amusing style, the book covers investments, taxes, repaying student loans, credit, checking accounts, IRAas, budgeting, and day trading, but, unlike its competitors, Money Talks avoids dull, irrelevant topics like the price of gold and the inverse ratio of bond yields and bond price (yawn). And, unlike all other similar books, this one is not a just a series of unrelated chapters; rather, it begins with basics and builds to a climax, with a concrete, easy-to-follow financial plan for the reader that actually goes somewhere!Call Customer Service at your bank (open long after usual business hours) and tell them your problem, as specifically as possible, for example: I have account number ______ __, social security number , and my name is . My last bank ... I wrote a check for $42 to Time-Warner for cable TV on 1/10/00, check number 3.
|Title||:||All the Right Moves|
|Author||:||Zachary D. Grossman, Janis Gade Landis|
|Publisher||:||iUniverse - 2000-03-01|