It's time to learn the new rules. You can't afford to manage your finances the way your parents did. While your parents and grandparents paid relatively little in taxes, you lose more than a third of your income to the tax collector. Prices for goods and services were stable for the first 60 years of this century, but you must buy today to avoid tomorrow's price increases. The result? You are earning more money than ever, but you also save less than ever. And, by living longer, you increase the risk that you will outlive your income.
In The New Rules of Money, Ric Edelman puts you on the right financial course. His strategies are fun to listen to and easy to follow, and he shows you how to maximize your personal finances in today's economic climate. He tells you the best strategies for paying for college, buying a home, saving on taxes and choosing the right investments. He changes your thinking about insurance, retirement, and estate planning.
No matter what your economic situation, it is time for you to change the way you think about personal finance. Ric Edelman will show you the way.
"Accessible and easy to read, The New Rules for Money is for those who have little time for financial planning but want good, straightforward advice about what to do with their money." (Amazon.com)
"He's unconventional. He's contrary. But when it comes to investing, people listen." (The Washington Post)
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- Kimberly Cope
Meant for the poor bad advice and poor math