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  • Solve Your Money Troublesby Robin Leonard; Amy Loftsgordon

    NOLO 2015; US$ 24.99

    As the middle class shrinks and the number of Americans struggling to make ends meet increases, more and more people need help handling large amounts of debt. Money Troubles covers a broad range of topics and strategies, so readers can tackle all of their financial problems at once while choosing the tactics that work best in their situations. more...

  • Personal Finance: An Encyclopedia of Modern Money Managementby Barbara Friedberg

    ABC-CLIO 2015; US$ 89.00

    The ideal roadmap to 21st-century financial literacy, this layman's encyclopedia discusses ideas, concepts, events, and people that inform money management and personal finance. It explains the intricacies of things like investing, saving, debt, credit, and mortgages, and it drills down into complexities like the difference between 401(k) and 403(b)... more...

  • A Simple Guide to Retirement: How to Make Retirement Work for Youby Morley Glicken; Brian Haas

    ABC-CLIO 2009; US$ 64.00

    A Simple Guide to Retirement: How to Make Retirement Work for You is a book for older Americans planning for retirement. It is also for people who have left work before they were ready and are now experiencing anxiety, depression, and/or financial weakness in their new role as retirees. Written to be at once affirming, positive, and practical,... more...

  • On the Role of the Actuary in a Changing Worldby John Gordon

    M-Y Books 2015; US$ 12.99

    The 2008 financial crisis was a reminder to people both inside and outside the Actuarial Profession of just how complex the Financial Services industry has become, and just how tied the World economy presently is to its fortunes. This wide-ranging, non-technical book examines our present economic model, the industry?s present function and the appropriateness... more...

  • Finance Is Personal: Making Your Money Work for You in College and Beyondby Kim Stephenson; Ann Hutchins

    ABC-CLIO 2015; US$ 37.00

    Financial planning and money management are hot topics, but most books don't help you figure out what you truly want your money to provide for you. Exploring links between money and happiness, this guide is based on sound theory and on the latest research in psychology, behavioral economics, happiness, and neuroscience. It will give people at any... more...

  • The Modern Couple's Money Guideby Lesley-Anne Scorgie

    Dundurn 2016; US$ 11.99

    Drawing on her personal and professional experience, financial analyst and public speaker Lesley-Anne Scorgie presents the perfect map for young couples setting out on the road to a joint financial future. With advice about saving, investing, and relationship-building, the book lays out everything couples need to know to become a financial team. more...

  • Confessions of a Credit Junkieby Beverly Harzog; Liz Weston

    Career Press 2015; US$ 14.99

    ?Beverly Harzog is a credit warrior. She has gone into the arena, faced the lions, and emerged as one of the foremost experts in the field. I believe that her encyclopedic knowledge of the world of credit cards is unmatched.? ?Adam Levin, Chairman and Cofounder of Credit.com   Credit card expert Beverly Harzog shares how she went from being a credit... more...

  • Simple Moneyby Tim Maurer

    Baker Publishing Group 2016; US$ 15.99

    Highly respected money expert offers readers a simple and effective approach to managing money, including tips on income, investing, insurance, debt reduction, taxes, and retirement planning. more...

  • Le guide de votre prévoyanceby Pierre Novello; Albert Gallegos

    Editions Pierre Novello 2013; US$ 25.99

    Faut-il racheter des années dans son 2e pilier ? Doit-on retirer son capital ou privilégier les rentes de sa caisse de pensions ? Quand faut-il souscrire un produit de 3e pilier lié et de quel type ? Comment protéger son conjoint en cas de décès prématuré ? Ce sont quelques-unes des nombreuses questions auxquelles cet ouvrage répond, dans un langage... more...

  • The Spender's Guide to Debt-Free Livingby Anna Newell Jones

    HarperCollins 2016; US$ 12.74

    Popular blogger Anna Newell Jones of AndThenWeSaved.com delivers this self-help manifesto that reveals how a "spending fast" will help you get on the road to living debt-free. In 2009, young photographer Anna Newell Jones was rapidly suffocating under the weight of too much debt. An inveterate ?spender,? she was in way over her head, to the tune... more...