Many people have an uncertain relationship with money, which makes it difficult to make decisions and means that they don't shop around for the best deal. This handbook is a starting point for anyone seeking to find out more about the basics of money. It is about the everyday things such as credit cards, personal loans, mortgages, pensions, debt, savings, investments, financial advisors, complaining to banks, life insurance, children's savings, travel insurance, buying a new car and online banking. It is also about equipping readers to ask their own questions and get a better deal.And then you hit an iceberg, losing your job or becoming ill or whatever, and suddenly therea#39;s no money for the repayments. ... but there are no easy answers - and ita#39;s going to be a tough road back and youa#39;re going to be left with a poor credit record, which is going to ... Contrary to all kinds of stereotypes about women, shopping and credit cards, men on average have larger credit card debts than women.
|Title||:||Fear and Loathing in My Bank Account|
|Publisher||:||Kogan Page Publishers - 2002|