The Wall Street Journal Lifetime Guide to Money by Staff of the Wall Street Journal
Strategies for Managing Your Finances

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A comprehensive guide to money management provides organized, up-to-date information and advice that highlights major age groups and addresses such topics as building a stock portfolio, taxes, managing debt, loans, and lines of credit.
 

About Staff of the Wall Street Journal

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Wiegold is The Wall Street Journal's Personal Finance Editor.
 
Published January 2, 1997 by Hyperion. 602 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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This massive guide from the Journal's ""Money & Investing"" section offers, in distinct units for age groups 20-40, 40-50 and 60-plus, comprehensive advice on a full spectrum of investment choices and family money matters: home and auto buying, taxes, insurance, college costs, debt handling, unem...

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