Personal Finance in Your 20s For Dummies by Eric Tyson

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The easy way to avoid early pitfalls on the road to financial success

A little money and a little time is all that's needed to lay a strong financial foundation for today and the future. And starting sooner rather than later is the smartest thing you can do when it comes to protecting your financial future.

If you're in college or enjoying your twenties, Personal Finance in Your 20s For Dummies cuts to the chase, providing you with the targeted financial advice you need to establish a firm financial footing as you work your way through school and the post-graduation years.Advice on paying off student loans, managing debt, and creating a solid pathway to financial successInvesting strategies for young investorsOther titles by Tyson: Personal Finance For Dummies, Investing For Dummies, and Mutual Funds For Dummies

If you're looking for sound, reliable advice on how to make smart financial choices in the real world, Personal Finance in Your 20s For Dummies has you covered.

 

About Eric Tyson

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Eric Tyson, MBA, is a financial counselor and the author of bestselling For Dummies books on personal finance, investing, and real estate investing. Ray Brown wrote a syndicated real estate column, hosted a call-in radio show about real estate for 16 years, and has been a real estate professional nearly four decades.
 
Published December 22, 2010 by For Dummies. 267 pages
Genres: Business & Economics. Non-fiction

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