100 Questions You Should Ask about Your Personal Finances

Sometimes, ignorance is bliss. But, when it comes to personal finance, most people want all the help they can get. 100 Questions You Should Ask about Your Personal Finances provides the information you need to successfully navigate the often confusing and intimidating world of personal finance.

Ilyce R. Glink’s goal is to help you "grow into the job" of managing your personal finances by showing you how to understand and organize them in a way that makes sense. Using a question and answer format, the author structures discussions on such basic finance topics as budgets, credit, insurance, real estate, retirement planning, and investments.

In a warm, engaging style, Glink thoroughly answers each question. For example, Question 31¾ Should I Buy a Home or Should I Rent?¾ receives a four-page treatment that addresses financial, personal, and emotional issues. It also provides information on dealing with interim housing moves.

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