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Why Personal Finance Doesn't Have to Be Complicated

Book - 2016
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Offers guidance on managing personal finance based on ten simple, proven rules that have been shown to outperform more complicated strategies, including saving ten to twenty percent of income and maxing out employer 401K programs.
Publisher: New York : Portfolio/Penguin, 2016
ISBN: 9781591847687
1591847680
Characteristics: 245 p. : ill. ; 19 cm

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LizzieCent
Mar 29, 2017

I thought this book was so well-done (although a little simplistic on a couple of topics), I bought a copy for each of my grown daughters.

Aw_19 Jul 22, 2016

This is a solid no nonsense primer for getting your financial life in order.

Highly recommend it, particularly if you haven't read a lot of financial books before.

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paul1
Apr 14, 2016

A basic primer for financial planning, useful for all ages. Olen and Pollack manage to make this subject relatively painless for everday people. My major complaint (since I live north of the 49th parallel) is that a lot of the material applies to the United States of America. So the stuff on 401k plans and private health insurance is not too relevant to me. Despite that, Canadians can apply the ideas that you can never start too early to save for retirement and making sure you have the correct type of insurance. (For myself I did find the Wealthy Barber and The Wealthy Barber Returns useful for Canadian financial planning purposes).

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