By Barbara Friedberg

This jargon-free source explains the who, what, why, and the place of latest own finance in easy, easy-to-grasp language, protecting the major humans, occasions, phrases, instruments, regulations, and items that make up smooth cash management.

• offers obtainable, accomplished monetary details that explains complicated themes in uncomplicated language

• indicates the connection among own finance and daily life, from renting an residence to saving for retirement

• solutions a large choice of private finance questions

• offers a source appropriate for either own and scholarly use

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