Making the Most of Your Money Review

Making the Most of Your Money
by Jane Bryant Quinn
Simon & Schuster, Nov., 1997.
Hardcover, 1066 pages.
ISBN: 0684811766.
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Making the Most of Your Money by Jane Bryant Quinn

This financial resource by syndicated financial columnist Jane Bryant Quinn provides comprehensive answers to common money related questions and concerns. Topics addressed in the book include banking, insurance, home-owning, credit cards, wills and trust, debt reduction, college tuition, investing, retirement planning and more. The practical advice in the book is enhanced with checklists, tables and definitions provided by the author. Appendixes to the book include special tables that help the reader calculate financial needs and goals such as whether you should you buy or rent, how much you should save for retirement and how much life insurance you need.

According to Quinn, the rules for the end of the 90s and the next millennium are to save early and often, take on less debt, be a better investor and control the risk in the investments you choose. These concepts and others addressed in Making the Most of Your Money can be put to use by those at any financial level, from those at the beginning of their careers to those near retirement. A well-written, timely and informative financial tool that will be consulted many times by its readers.

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