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Your Wealth Building Years: Financial Planning for 18-To-38 Year Olds

by Adriane G. Berg

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A useful, lucid guide that covers everything from investments, debts, taxes and creating a budget. A blurb on the back cover from Publisher's Weekly calls it "the best book of its kind." I don't know if that's still true--this edition was published in 1990. But the advice here still seems solid to me. ( )
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 155704063X, Paperback)

Over 100,000 copies sold in previous editions, this basic primer is now fully revised and updated to help 18- to 38-year-olds get on a track headed for financial success--from the author of Financial Planning for Couples. This completely updated fourth edition offers brand-new information on taxes, new dividend reinvestment programs, the real estate market, and using the computer as an investment tool for trading on the Net and using interactive Web sites for financial planning. Specifically targeted to people earning $18,000 or more, this bestselling guide looks at every aspect of financial planning and covers:

* The money value of time, your biggest asset
* How to develop wealth-building habits and attitudes that will last a lifetime
* The chemistry of investment--juggling stocks and bonds, commodities, CDs, money market funds, and much more
* Getting the most out of employee benefits
* Your credit rating--establishing, maintaining, and repairing it

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