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by Karen Blumenthal

eBook The Wall Street Journal. Guide to Starting Your Financial Life epub
  • ISBN: 030740708X
  • Author: Karen Blumenthal
  • Genre: Business
  • Subcategory: Personal Finance
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Three Rivers Press; 59346th edition (April 7, 2009)
  • Pages: 336 pages
  • ePUB size: 1350 kb
  • FB2 size 1844 kb
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KAREN BLUMENTHAL, a veteran financial journalist, writes The Wall Street Journal’s Family Money column. Great book for someone out of college, starting their career and learning how to manage their new found income properly and efficiently to invest in their future.

KAREN BLUMENTHAL, a veteran financial journalist, writes The Wall Street Journal’s Family Money column. She is also the author of Grande Expectations: A Year in the Life of Starbucks’ Stock, which was named one of the five best investing reads of 2007 by Kiplinger’s magazine. Easy read, explanations are simple and easy to follow. Gave this book as gift but read it prior to giving.

Karen Blumenthal has been a financial journalist for more than 25 years and was the Journal's Dallas bureau chief for . A Year in the Life of Starbucks' Stock" and "The Wall Street Journal Guide to Starting Your Financial Life.

Karen Blumenthal has been a financial journalist for more than 25 years and was the Journal's Dallas bureau chief for eight years. She is the author of four books, including two award-winning nonfiction books for young people, as well as "Grande Expectations: A Year in the Life of Starbucks' Stock" and "The Wall Street Journal Guide to Starting Your Financial Life. She works from Dallas. Most Popular Articles. The NFL’s Unlikeliest Millionaire: He Went to Harvard and Plays Fullback.

Blumenthal Karen (EN). Your Road to Lifelong Financial IndependenceIts about time you felt empowered to better manage your money becausein tough economic times more than everyour financial freedom depends on making smart choices.

Karen Blumenthal writes the Getting Going personal finance column for The Wall Street Journal and has been a. .

Karen Blumenthal writes the Getting Going personal finance column for The Wall Street Journal and has been a financial journalist covering a wide range of personal finance and corporate topics for more than 25 years. She is the author of The Wall Street Journal Guide to Starting Your Financial Life and Grande Expectations: A Year in the Life of Starbucks' Stock, as well as four nonfiction books for young people. She lives in Dallas, Texas.

Guide to Starting Your Financial Life. and that's part of the problem. Her books have won a Sibert Honor and a Jane Addams Karen Blumenthal is a critically acclaimed author of narrative nonfiction for young people, who is fascinated by controversial subjects and social change. Your Road to Lifelong Financial Independence It's about time you felt empowered to better manage your money because-in tough economic times more than ever-your financial freedom depends on making smart choices

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Your Road to Lifelong Financial IndependenceIt’s about time you felt empowered to better manage your money because–in tough economic times more than ever–your financial freedom depends on making smart choices. But it’s hard to know where to begin, especially when you’re just starting out. And of course, it only gets more complicated as you go through life: How do you establish good credit? Do you buy or rent? What kinds of health coverage do you really need? How do you actually stay afloat in an uncertain market? The Wall Street Journal Guide to Starting Your Financial Life gets you off on the right financial foot, from tackling everyday choices like cell-phone plans and pet ownership to big decisions such as smart investment strategies and buying a car or a house. You’ll learn:• How to open your first checking and savings accounts, get your first credit card, and establish good credit• The ins and outs of starting a job, including information about taxes, choosing health insurance options, and saving for retirement • How to budget for big purchases and expenses, such as paying off student loans, buying a car, and affording your housing• Strategies for buying the little things you want and need without going broke • The basics of investing, how to manage an inheritance, and the documents you need to protect your assetsThis valuable resource puts you in the driver’s seat, so you will be in control of your money and on your way to achieving lifelong financial independence across any economic terrain.
Comments: (7)
Llallayue
Awesome book for anyone 15-20. Every thing from opening a savings account to investing in stocks is covered by this book. Theres so many helpful tips in this book its such an easy read and covers so much its worth every penny.
Cordantrius
I would recommend this excellent (reference) book to all those who are in the process of getting out of the "pre-life" into the "real life", and by that I mean those who are leaving school and either continuing to college, armed forces, or the job market. It is a book to keep and refer to from time to time as "real life" develops from it beginnings to settlement into a career, family, and wealth-building years. I would say this book should be in the hands of all high school seniors (and it may now be used by teachers of economics or similar courses in high schools and colleges)..... this book, and a good motivating teacher, can do wonders to those kids who are interested in and paying attention to the business of life.... and even for others who are late bloomers (maturity not always come at the same time for all), it can help understand how to best go about earning and spending money.
SING
Great book for someone out of college, starting their career and learning how to manage their new found income properly and efficiently to invest in their future. Easy read, explanations are simple and easy to follow. Gave this book as gift but read it prior to giving.
Grokinos
Perfect graduation gift!
Ramsey`s
I bought this book for my soon-to-be-graduating from college son. Wow, Ms. Blumenthal hits everything from insurance to apartment leases to buying a car. Phil found it most helpful. This book would make a great text for a freshman-level personal finance class. I heartily recommend it.
INvait
Excellent quality, super inexpensive, and fast delivery!
Pooker
Basic and great for new college graduates
This book is a great gift for college graduates. It prepares them for the "real world" by showing them various tips. It really helped me with apartment leases.
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