Money Rules by Juliette Fairley

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Financial advice for America’s 63 million Americans born between 1964 and 1976.

In our current era of prosperity, more people are making more money at incredibly young ages. The sad truth is that while young people are making more money than their parents could ever imagine making at that age, they have no idea what to do with it. Money Rules provides personal financial guidance for beginning investors in their twenties and thirties.

Written by an experienced finance writer and 30-something herself, Money Rules combines investing advice with life issues pertinent to twenty-and thirty something adults. Unique to this book will be a CD-ROM featuring a wide array of personal finance tools. Highlights include streaming real-time quotes from Datek Online, plus many easy-to-use calculators and worksheets from T. Rowe Price and other leading firms.

Here is advice on almost every financial issue people in their 20s and 30s may have, including:

· Getting the most from your employer
· Gaining financial independence
· Investment advice
· Advice on the 401(k) plan
· Money and relationships
· Reducing debt and debt consolidation
· Vacation planning/financing
· Buying your first home
· Planning for retirement

Throughout, interviews with financial planners and actual tales from 20- and 30-somethings illustrate key points, and checklists, bullet points, and tips serve as guideposts to financial stability. Money Rules is sure to have an impact on this generation of cash-heavy young people in search of money mastery.


About Juliette Fairley

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Published October 1, 2001 by Prentice Hall Press. 288 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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Prentice Hall Press, $16 paper (200p) ISBN 0-7352-0236-2Breezy and conversational, Fairley (Cliffs Notes Investing in Mutual Funds), a contributor to USA Today, Investor's Business Daily, etc., walks readers through key financial decisions like renting apartments, choosing stocks and applying for...

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