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Moneymaking
Author: Ric Edelman
ISBN: 0060956364
Subcategory: Personal Finance
Pages 672 pages
Publisher HarperBusiness; 2nd edition (May 2000)
Language English
Category: Moneymaking
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 236
ePUB size: 1114 kb
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eBook The Truth About Money (2nd Edition) download

by Ric Edelman


What are annuities or index funds? Do you really need all that insurance? How do you choose a financial adviser? Answering all of these questions-and more- The Truth About Money is back and better than ever.

What are annuities or index funds? Do you really need all that insurance? How do you choose a financial adviser? Answering all of these questions-and more- The Truth About Money is back and better than ever.

Completely revised and expanded, The Truth About Money shows you everything you need to know about .

Completely revised and expanded, The Truth About Money shows you everything you need to know about personal finance-and explains it all in plain English. Ric Edelman is Barron's independent financial advisor, the bestselling author of seven books on personal finance, and host of The Ric Edelman Show, heard on radio stations nationwide.

Ric Edelman, America’s most successful financial advisor, has revised and updated his classic personal finance bestseller to reflect the new global economic outlook. The Truth About Money is an indispensible guide to money matters from the man whom Barrons named the independent financial advisor in the country.

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The Truth About Money book. This is one of the most comprehensive personal finance book you can find. Edelman covers everything you might be interested in: bonds, stocks, mutual funds, real estate, insurance, etc. Everything is clear and to the point, but Edelman doesn't insult your intelligence. He is not afraid to get deep into the math underlying the theories like diversification, compound interest, and others. There is also none of the I read this a few years ago, but the recent market turmoil made me pick it up again.

The Truth About Money is back-and better

The Truth About Money is back-and better. With updated information and all-new sections, Ric Edelman's critically acclaimed New York Times bestseller remains your indispensable guide to personal finance. The Truth About Money covers the entire spectrum of personal finance-from maximizing a financial portfolio to planning a wedding-and explains difficult financial concepts in plain English. personal finance 101: what financial planning is and why you need to plan risky behavior: how to identify.

18 July 2012 ·. Ric reveals how a destination wedding can actually save money, discusses the dangers of investing in gold and explores the increasing economic inequality between black and white America with BET founder and entrepreneur Bob Johnson.

The Truth About Money is an American television show that brings financial advice from chairman and CEO of Edelman Financial Services, LLC, Ric Edelman. There are three seasons of the show, produced by 3 Roads Communications. The Truth About Money airs on Public Television and is distributed by American Public Television. Recently the show has been acquired for broadcast by Bright Lights Media in Southeast Asia for its 'Simply Money' network.

What is financial planning and why do you need it? How can you get out of debt? What are annuities or index funds? Do you really need all that insurance? How do you choose a financial adviser? Answering all of these questions-and more-The Truth About Money is back and better than ever. In this revised edition, Ric Edelman explains the new tax laws in an all-new section on taxes, gives the rundown on Roth IRAs, explains the dos and don'ts of lending money to family members, and offers a 130-question quiz that tests your financial planning knowledge.

From maximizing a financial portfolio to planning for college, The Truth About Money covers the entire spectrum of personal finance-in plain English.

Dianazius
I bought this book for my daughter, who rented out her first home, when she moved to a different city and bought another home. Lots of fantastic information on how to set up your bookkeeping, and advice on things like repairing things rather than replacing them to get maximum write-offs, etc.

A CPA can only deal with what you've done after the fact, so even if you use a CPA, I suggest getting this book, too, so you don't make mistakes regarding things you could have written off, if only you'd known better...

Covers being able to write off a home office in your home, for doing your rental business, too, and how to maximize that write-off. You can write off part of your current mortgage, utilities, etc. But, you have to do it right, and this book tells you how to do it right.

Worth it's weight in gold, in my opinion.
Opithris
As a former investing neophyte, I have to rate The Truth About Money 3rd Edition highly... Edelman is very good at making the complex accessible to Joe and Jane Average. Many other financial writers could learn from him.

HOWEVER, be warned that Edelman has said on his radio show that he's working on the 4th Edition, and that it'll be out sometime in December... no doubt with the recent Great Recession(tm) and financial meltdown, some things have changed more than a bit.

For instance, stocks have been anything but a consistent great bet over the past DECADE (3rd Edition was published in '03, well before the trend became clear), so it'll be interesting to see how Ric addresses this (or if he does at all). He seems to have majorly changed his tune on indexing and index funds as well... he used to hate 'em, now he likes them, and recommends that you buy them through ETFs (lower fees).

So if you can wait, save yourself some $$$ and get the 4th Edition. No doubt it'll be good and informative reading.
Kadar
Do you wonder why there are so many persons struggling with financial problems? The answer is simple yet only a few know the answer. We simply don't know the rules of the game. The problem also is that it is very difficult and time consuming to figure out the "Game of Money".
The good news about this book is that the author explains and clarifies a lot of myths and misunderstandings about money,investments,markets,stocks,mutual funds,taxes and a lot more about subjects directy related to money and wealth. Are you going to be rich after reading it? Maybe,maybe not, but I do know that you will turn into a well educated person regarding how to make sound financial decisions. I bought this book and I plan to keep it because the information is priceless. This is the kind of book that you read, reread it and then keep it for future reference.
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For a novice I'm not getting much out of this book. Lots of dry definition s of financial products. I was hoping to learn more about finances in my retirement years.
Opilar
This book was recommended to me by a financial adviser as a good basic financial planning book. I started reading the book and have skipped around to different parts of the book. Unfortunately, it just didn't hold my interest, although, it is a book about finances and not a novel where you can sit back, read and enjoy.
Bine
easy to read, gave some good points I didn't know.
Shaktiktilar
Great book.
This was a much needed guide for a dummy in finance like me. Easy to follow and extremely informative and helpful. I really appreciated the comprehension checks. Perfect for all college kids to lay a base in finance.