The Busy Woman's Guide to Financial Freedom by Vickie L. Bajtelsmit

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This guide strips away the mystery and confusion that surrounds money management. It supplies a complete primer on every aspect of financial planning, including: budgeting, using credit, investing, buying insurance, planning for college, and saving for retirement. The book is dedicated to women who lead busy lives at work and at home, and it's packed with eye-opening anecdotes, helpful "to do" lists and straight-forward directions.

About Vickie L. Bajtelsmit

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Bajtelsmit is a professor of finance at Colorado State University. She has 17 years of experience teaching law, finance, and insurance to undergraduate and graduate students.
Published November 27, 2001 by AMACOM. 256 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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Some may be irritated by the author's repeated use of broad generalizations and stereotypes: "I am a 'list person,' and I find that this seems to be a female trait (or maybe it is a trait of busy people)" and "If you are like most women, estate planning is a subject that you haven't thought much...

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