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Financial expert Carrick targets young adults graduating from university or college and moving into the workforce, the housing market and… family life. Offers information on saving for a post-secondary education and paying off student debts, establishing a credit rating, basic banking and budgeting, car and home buying, and insurance. c2012.
By Kelley Keehn. 2019
Learn how to save and spend wisely, feel good about money, and start living a more balanced life. No matter… your age, salary, social or relationship status, money is an important part of your life. Yet, somehow, talking about your money situation is hard. Why is it that you know more about what goes on in your friend’s bedroom than with their bank account? Do you know if your parents have a will or or if they’ll leave a legacy? How many of your colleagues are still paying off student debt but are jet-setting around the globe on multiple credit cards? Since no one is talking about it, you can’t be expected to learn how to manage your money on your own. With years of experience as a personal finance advisor and educator, Kelley Keehn will answer your most burning questions about money and will talk you through how to avoid mistakes along the way. You can gain control of your debt, learn to save for your future, have a life, and feel good about money all at the same time. And—spoiler alert—you don’t need a budget to do any of this! You’ll learn: -How to build good credit (and get rid of bad credit—especially credit card debt) -What all these dreaded acronyms mean and how they can work for you—TFSA, RRSP, RESP, CFP, CPP -How and when to invest for your future -How to talk about money with your partner—and everyone else in your life -How to save for a mortgage and then work towards being mortgage-free -How to have fun, splurge once in a while, and still save money With her unique blend of empathy and no-nonsense candor, Kelley takes you through the basics of personal finance with relatable anecdotes that expose the most common money pitfalls—and how to avoid them—so you can make financial decisions that are right for you.
By Susan Roche, New Zealand. Ministry of Education. 2007
Provides exercises, activities and games, with pets as a theme, to help students to develop financial understanding using mathematics and… statistics concepts along with concepts from the social sciences. For Junior and Senior High readers. 2008.
By Keltie Thomas. 2004
Join the Money Cent$ Gang as they get the inside scoop on money. Take a quiz to reveal your money… personality, find out how to get the best deals when you shop, and learn how to start your own business. Discover the secrets to spotting counterfeit bills, and invest a little time to learn about cash flow, credit cards, the stock market, and scams. Features quizzes, checklists, and puzzles. Grades 3-6. 2004.
By Stacey Roderick, Ellen Warwick. 2008
Practical advice on a range of topics relating to money - tips on jobs, saving, debt, spending and budgeting, how… to become a girl entrepreneur, what to scrimp on (and what not to), the hidden price of cheap, how to reconcile having less than some friends, and why fundraising can make girls feel priceless! Includes checklists, quizzes, a bank lingo glossary and much more. Grades 4-7. 2008. (Planet girl)
By Investor Education Fund. 2005
By Sally Hamilton. 2002
A guide to financial terminology and financial products, from National Savings to stocks and shares, and from school fees to… Stakeholder Pensions. It offers tips on instilling good savings habits in young children and helps people of all ages in their efforts to understand money and matters financial. 2002.
By Tony Levene. 2000
By Investor Education Fund. 2006
By Investor Education Fund. 2006
Financial advice for those interested in saving up for major purchases such as a home or car, or for a… child's education. Also includes information on taking care on one's estate, adjusting to life changes, such as marriage, children, or the death of a family member, and retirement. 2006.
By Investor Education Fund. 2005
A guide to avoiding investment fraud. Details what signs to look for, how seniors are often targeted, and provides tips… for protecting your money. Includes a list of actual scams to watch out for, and a glossary of related terms. 2005.
By Kevin Cork. 2001
Certified Financial Planner and journalist Kevin Cork takes a no-holds-barred look at financial strategies for the post-Boom generation. If you're… a Canadian between the ages of 25 and 35, you face some unique financial problems. 2001.
A tax specialist and financial planner shows how to integrate tax planning with investment selection to maximize after-tax returns. He… also discusses how to use other tax-smart strategies to increase net worth. Each strategy includes an example.
Introduces 5 Laws of Money, which operate without exception -- at all times, in every culture -- and apply to… everyone. The author uses stories adapted from real-life situations to illustrate her points. The universal truths and lessons contained within each law help the reader learn how to keep what they have and create what they deserve. Orman strongly advises putting these laws to use, in order to survive and thrive in these times of constant upheaval and financial turmoil. 2003.
By Carolyn Janik, Ruth Rejnis, Bruce McDougall. 1996
The authors address the critical issues that we face as retirement draws nearer. They talk about how much money you… really need in order to retire, how to get value from RRSPs, government programs, purchasing a retirement home, and estate planning.
By Daniel Stoffman, R. S Dembo. 2006
As markets become more complex and intertwined, investors feel increasingly unsure: how can you safeguard your financial prospects when you… can't know what the future will look like? This guide provides investors access to the most advanced risk management strategies available, distilled into three simple rules: Knowing What You Own, Using Multiple Scenarios, and Anticipating Regret, which allow you to take control of your financial future. 2006.
By Nathalie Bachand. 2010
Mal préparée, la retraite pourrait bien vous faire tomber! A ce moment-là, serez-vous prêt? Et quels seront vos besoins? Sur… quels revenus pourrez-vous compter? Voilà quelques-unes des questions évoquées dans cet ouvrage, auxquelles vous trouverez des réponses claires. L'expertise jumelée d'une psychologue, d'une fiscaliste, d'une actuaire et d'un expert en gestion des risques vous aidera à cheminer dans votre réflexion. 2010.
By Andrew P Tobias. 2005
For more than 25 years, Tobias' book has been America's favourite finance guide, winning the allegiance of more than a… million readers across the country. It is now fully revised and updated, covering all the new tax laws and reorganized with a user-friendly design. Concise, witty, and truly understandable, the author shows you how to use your money to your best advantage no matter how much or how little you have. 2005.