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Your money and your life : a lifetime approach to money management

Aliber, Robert Z. (Author).
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Stanford economics and finance
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Mooresville PL - Mooresville BUS 332.024 ALI (Text) 37323001918104 BUSINESS Available -
New Castle-Henry County PL - New Castle 332.024 ALIB (Text) 39231032111730 Adult Non-fiction Collection Available -

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  • ISBN: 9780804748537 (alk. paper)
  • ISBN: 0804748535 (alk. paper)
  • Physical Description: print
    ix, 386 pages : charts ; 24 cm.
  • Publisher: Stanford, Calif. : Stanford Economics and Finance, [2011]

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General Note: Includes index.
Formatted Contents Note: Expenditure decisions. Introduction and overview ; "Day-old bread" is worth $20,000 a year ; Managing your credit and your cash ; To rent or to buy : that's the question ; How much insurance should Noah have carried on his ark? ; The most expensive U.S. colleges are the best bargains ; Minimizing the bites of the tax collectors ; Bernie Madoff : mugger, con, or scam artist? -- Investment decisions. The Merrill Lynch hustle : can you trust the brokers? ; Why are there 10,000 mutual funds and only two and a half automobile firms? ; If you won $100,000 in the lottery, how should you invest the money? -- Financial planning decisions. An overview of financial planning ; Your social security benefits could be worth $300,000 ; If you don't know how much to save for retirement, you won't save enough ; Three plans so you won't outlive your assets ; A cruel choice : paying for medical recoveries or health care ; You can't take your money with you, but you can say where it goes ; Ciao and shalom.
Summary, etc.: Aliber, professor emeritus at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, advises financial neophytes of all ages on approaching money management over the course of their lifetimes--from paying for college to preparing for retirement. Employing more of a how-to-think than a how-to-do approach, Aliber covers the multitude of common financial decisions: whether to rent or buy, how much insurance one needs, raising a credit score, taking advantage of top-notch state universities, and maximizing tax-advantaged accounts--each section concluding with a takeaway list of steps to immediately implement or to use to guide future decision-making.
Subject: Finance, Personal United States
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