Up-to-Date, Common-Sense Money Answers, from the Internet's #1 Personal Finance Journalist! ac Quick, bite-size advice you can understand, trust, and use ac Save for retirement, college, or anything else ac Pay off debt, the smart way ac By award-winning MSN Money/AARP financial columnist and CNBC contributor Liz Weston You can build financial security--and you don't need to be a rocket scientist to do it. This book brings together all the help you'll need, in common-sense language anyone can understand. It's organized around the questions real people have asked Liz Weston, the Internet's #1 financial columnist. Weston's answers are simple, accurate, and up-to-dateab and best of all, you can use them. Here are powerful, sensible ways to get out of debtab set financial priorities for a better lifeab and save for everything from college to retirement. Weston offers realistic, up-to-date help with everything from investing to home buying, from improving your credit score to avoiding identity theft. You'll also learn how to master the emotions of money: to get past the pain, arguments, and guilt, and do what works.I also go to school full time and will graduate in June, so I dona#39;t really have time to work another job. My mortgage is $1, 900 a month on an interest-only loan. My utilities, credit card minimum payments, and other expenses add up to more than anbsp;...
|Title||:||There Are No Dumb Questions About Money|
|Publisher||:||FT Press - 2012-08-23|