Your Road to Lifelong Financial Independence Itas about time you felt empowered to better manage your money becauseain tough economic times more than everayour financial freedom depends on making smart choices. But itas hard to know where to begin, especially when youare just starting out. And of course, it only gets more complicated as you go through life: How do you establish good credit? Do you buy or rent? What kinds of health coverage do you really need? How do you actually stay afloat in an uncertain market? The Wall Street Journal Guide to Starting Your Financial Life gets you off on the right financial foot, from tackling everyday choices like cell-phone plans and pet ownership to big decisions such as smart investment strategies and buying a car or a house. Youall learn: ac How to open your first checking and savings accounts, get your first credit card, and establish good credit ac The ins and outs of starting a job, including information about taxes, choosing health insurance options, and saving for retirement ac How to budget for big purchases and expenses, such as paying off student loans, buying a car, and affording your housing ac Strategies for buying the little things you want and need without going broke ac The basics of investing, how to manage an inheritance, and the documents you need to protect your assets This valuable resource puts you in the driveras seat, so you will be in control of your money and on your way to achieving lifelong financial independence across any economic terrain. From the Trade Paperback edition.The score will factor in how many accounts you bave, how long it has been since you got a new account, and who is ... Consider the cost of a four-year loan for a new, $27, 000 Toyota Prius in 2008, according to the Toyota Web site: MAP: How anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Wall Street Journal. Guide to Starting Your Financial Life|
|Publisher||:||Crown Business - 2009-04-07|