How can I grow my money without risking it in the stock market?
Should I pay off all my debt before I invest, or do both at the same time?
How much money do I really need for retirement?
To find the answers to these and scores of other questions, turn to the experts the gurus of money management and personal finance. They know all the tricks you want to know about investing wisely, saving more, and designing a household budget that works for you and your family. If you want to learn what they have to say about managing your money wisely, you could read some of the hundreds of books published every year on the subject . . . or you could turn to The Guru Guide to Money Management. Inside, you’ll find all the best thinking on personal finance from the authors and celebrities who know the most about money. Like the other Guru Guides , this book offers cutting–edge advice that is objective, thought–provoking, and always practical.
Some of the Gurus you’ll meet:
- Robert G. Allen, author of Multiple Streams of Income
- Joe Dominguez, coauthor of Your Money or Your Life
- David and Tom Gardner, coauthors of The Motley Fool Investment Guide
- Ilyce Glink, author of 50 Simple Things You Can Do to Improve Your Personal Finances
- Clark Howard, author of Get Clark Smart
- Robert Kiyosaki, author of Rich Dad’s Guide to Investing
- Mark Levine, coauthor of Live Rich and Die Broke
- Arthur Levitt, former chairman of the SEC and coauthor of Take on the Street
- Marshall Loeb, author of Marshall Loeb’s Lifetime Financial Strategies
- Peter Lynch, coauthor of Learn to Earn
- Suze Orman, author of 9 Steps to Financial Freedom
- Jane Bryant Quinn, author of Making the Most of Your Money
- Terry Savage, author of The Savage Truth on Money
- Charles Schwab, author of Charles Schwab’s Guide to Financial Independence
- Thomas Stanley, coauthor of The Millionaire Next Door
- Eric Tyson, author of Personal Finance For Dummies
Chapter 1: Understanding Your Relationship with Money.
Chapter 2: Getting Your Finances in Order,
Chapter 3: Making Money and Protecting Your Income.
Chapter 4: Spending and Saving.
Chapter 5: All about Insurance.
Chapter 6: Debt and Credit.
Chapter 7: Borrowing for Big–Ticket Items.
Chapter 8: Investment Basics.
Chapter 9: Investing for Retirement.