GETTING TO 30: Financial Advice for My Three Sons

A successful entrepreneur writes a memoir to his sons on five financial principles they must master before age 30 in order to achieve financial independence and avoid the humiliation of poverty and dependence on the mercy of a bewildered government.

GETTING TO 30: Financial Advice for My Three Sons

How to Become A Successful Financial Consultant

Everything you need to know to succeed in today’s fastest growing sector of the consulting market.

Jim Ainsworth is an extremely successful financial planning professional with more than 30 years in the business. In How to Become a Successful Financial Consultant, he tells you everything you need to know to move into financial consulting. He familiarizes you with all the types of planning that financial consultants deal with, as well as the various investment vehicles. And, based on his own experiences and those of other successful financial consultants across the nation, he supplies you with a proven blueprint for success. You get expert advice, guidance, and insiders’ tips on how to: Get the education, experience, and licensing you need to qualify. Get certified (and whether you need to). Develop a surefire success plan. Set up a practice and attract clients. Network, market, and sell your services. Set fees and . . . → Read More: How to Become A Successful Financial Consultant

Blindsided: Financial Advice for the Suddenly Unemployed

Some of the topics include: unemployment compensation, your transition budget, insurance decisions, credit issues, retirement issues, savings and investments, and business opportunities. Softcover.

Blindsided: Financial Advice for the Suddenly Unemployed

Financial advice for physicians,

Blindsided: Financial Advice for the Suddenly Unemployed

Some of the topics include: unemployment compensation, your transition budget, insurance decisions, credit issues, retirement issues, savings and investments, and business opportunities. Softcover.

Blindsided: Financial Advice for the Suddenly Unemployed

Life After Graduation: Financial Advice & Money Saving Tips

2nd Edition

Life After Graduation is a financial guide developed specifically with the graduate in mind. This guide is a “financial kick-start” for the real world. Most of the information contained within this guide would take years to learn by word-of-mouth. But instead of wasting all those years learning from your financial mistakes or accidentally coming across new methods to save yourself money, Life After Graduation provide you all that information and more, in a simple-to-use guide.

Life After Graduation will provide you with a variety of financial advice and money saving tips, such as:

·Negotiating rent and requesting discounts from your landlord ·Reducing your costs and maximizing your benefits when traveling ·Moving on a budget ·Requesting free products and services from manufacturers ·Writing an effective complaint letter ·Developing an easy-to-follow budget ·Reducing the expense of your wedding ·Learning the basics of investing

Life After Graduation is unlike any . . . → Read More: Life After Graduation: Financial Advice & Money Saving Tips

Financial Advice and Financial Products: Law and Liability

Timed so as to coincide with the Financial Services & Markets Act 2000 coming into force, which will markedly affect the regulatory regime, this book looks in detail at the extent to which financial advisors (whether institutional or independent) are liable to those whom they advise (and perhaps to others) for the accuracy and quality of their advice. In the wake of pension and endowment mortgage mis-selling, the Equitable Life case, and the continued concern about the role of commissions paid by the financial institutions to advisers when they sell a particular financial product, this work fills a very notable gap in the market.

Financial Advice and Financial Products: Law and Liability

Financial Advice and Financial Products: Law and Liability

Timed so as to coincide with the Financial Services & Markets Act 2000 coming into force, which will markedly affect the regulatory regime, this book looks in detail at the extent to which financial advisors (whether institutional or independent) are liable to those whom they advise (and perhaps to others) for the accuracy and quality of their advice. In the wake of pension and endowment mortgage mis-selling, the Equitable Life case, and the continued concern about the role of commissions paid by the financial institutions to advisers when they sell a particular financial product, this work fills a very notable gap in the market.

Financial Advice and Financial Products: Law and Liability

Financial Advice and Financial Products: Law and Liability

Timed so as to coincide with the Financial Services & Markets Act 2000 coming into force, which will markedly affect the regulatory regime, this book looks in detail at the extent to which financial advisors (whether institutional or independent) are liable to those whom they advise (and perhaps to others) for the accuracy and quality of their advice. In the wake of pension and endowment mortgage mis-selling, the Equitable Life case, and the continued concern about the role of commissions paid by the financial institutions to advisers when they sell a particular financial product, this work fills a very notable gap in the market.

Financial Advice and Financial Products: Law and Liability

How to Be the Family CFO

ISBN13: 9781929774746 Condition: NEW Notes: Brand New from Publisher. No Remainder Mark.

‘How do I never find myself in this situation again?’ With this life-changing question, author Kim Snider propelled herself from financial ruin to prosperity, security, and freedom. And in How to Be the Family CFO, she shows you how to do the same.

Snider explains the basics of personal finance and investing in simple, easy-to-tackle steps that will lead you straight to financial freedom. If you want–or need–to get you financial house in order and keep it there, this guide offers clear-cut advice on planning, saving, investing, and managing risk.

Applying the basic principles of how to manage a successful business, Snider teaches readers critical skills, such as Creating personal financial statements Building a six-month emergency fund Identifying their greatest risk and how to protect themselves Determining their money’s higher purpose

No matter how . . . → Read More: How to Be the Family CFO