The Money Book for Everyone Else

The Money Book for Everyone Else

Canada's Leading Financial Expert Tells You What You Need to Know About Credit, Debt, Investing, and More

eBook - 2011
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Canadians are saddled with over 1.4 trillion dollars in consumer debt and less than 75% have three months' savings in an emergency account. If they want to be financially free, something has to change. It starts with this book The Money Book for Everyone Else is a guide that will teach you: - How only paying what your credit card company requests might leave you burdened with a balance for decades.- How to protect your financial identity and how failing to do so could result in a life-long nightmare.- How to spot and avoid investment scams.- Why certain credit cards could leave you hungry and thirsty on your next flight.- Navigating the world of Canadian tax shelters, along with the basics of investing and debt.- How to repair and maintain your credit score.- Simple tips for being debt-free sooner.- Questions, criteria, and biases you need to be aware of when choosing your financial team.Written in a simple, straightforward style and loaded with lots of real-world examples and stories for Canadians, this book has everything an individual needs to know to become financially savvy. This is not an advanced guide; specific niche topics such as retirement planning, estate planning, and taxation will only be covered as an overview. There are few interactions that will last throughout your entire life, but your relationship with money is one of them.
Publisher: London, Ont. : Insomniac Press, ©2011.
ISBN: 9781554830398
Characteristics: 1 online resource (254 pages)


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Sep 29, 2014

Very weak writing and presentation of material. There are much better authors and books out there, so give this one a pass.

Jul 18, 2013

This book is poorly written and very confusing. It dives right into complex subject matter without any lead-up or background. I know a bit about finances, but even after reading the chapters, when I got to her "test question" I was unable to answer it as she had not even covered the requisite material. Use it for some general background but DO NOT rely on it as a primary source of investing info.

I will give it 2 stars for its info on Canadian credit cards/ credit scores, which is important for anyone wanting to build or re-build credit

Sep 22, 2011

This is a Canadian money system book. The most interesting and informational part is about credit cards and credit history. A lot of things I didn't know. Everyone should read the credit area to understand how it works in Canada.

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