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GET A FINANCIAL LIFE: Personal Finance In Your Twenties And Thirties (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 6. Mai 1996

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Deborah Stead"The New York Times"A highly readable and substantial guide to the grown-up worlds of money and business. Backed up by bibliographies, source lists, and useful phone numbers, this book could be tucked into one of those ubiquitous backpacks to guide novices through the thickets of apartment rentals, mortgage applications, taxes and more. Its strength is in explaining both the principles and the practicalities involved in each chunk of the landscape. -- Dieser Text bezieht sich auf eine vergriffene oder nicht verfügbare Ausgabe dieses Titels.

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Provides financial advice that speaks the language and answers the questions of the generation just starting out on the road to financial responsibility. -- Dieser Text bezieht sich auf eine vergriffene oder nicht verfügbare Ausgabe dieses Titels.

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I just finished this book last night. It took me only three nights of bed-time reading to knock it off and I am already saving money based on Kobliner's tips! I spent a couple hours yesterday and, using her suggestions, selected a health insurance plan that, based on my history, will likely save me thousands of dollars over the next 10 years over my current plan. I also have started a search for a better bank checking account and know exactly what to look for based on her advice.
I came online today to purchase copies of this excellent and amusing guide for my sister, brother and a couple of friends.
This book is obviously for those of us who haven't studied much in the way of personal finance (However, if you want another take on the intended audience, see the review by David Trust who felt patronized by the author.) Personally, I'm not embarassed to say I didn't know squat about money management before reading this book!
Now, having read the book I will have to! tal confidence shopping for my first money market fund and first stock mutual fund, searching for a better checking account, negotiating better terms with my credit card bank, and selecting the appropriate insurance policies. I can now map concrete steps toward my financial goals of home-ownership & a healthy retirement fund. I look forward to the excitement of balancing high-risk with moderation in my future investing.
If you don't know much about money and you want the security and independence of financial knowledge, reading Kobliner's book is a painless and fun way to learn. It will also most assuredly become a well-worn reference in my home for years to come.
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It is a very easy read - and can either be read cover-to-cover, or you can read which chapters you think will help you most. I have had a hard time trying to read Rich Dad, Poor Dad (as it is rather boring), but this book was a great read. It really helps you understand different financial terms and how it effects you. Also, (not to be a dork, but...) it kinda empowers you by showing you how you can control your finanical situation - no matter if you make $10,000 a year or $100,000 a year.
I really, really recommend this book - it completely helped my husband & I figure out how to manage finances post-college and how to better our situation. Which also helps our relationship, because we don't have to argue about money - we developed a sound financial strategy which we both understand. I am not going to pretend it didn't take 7 months of mistakes to realize how important some things are :) Some things you just have to learn on your own!
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This was actually the very first personal finance book I'd ever read, back in 1996. It was a good introduction to the subject and got me on my current saving-and-investing kick.
But in light of the enormous financial changes this past year, I would only recommend this book to absolute novices. There has been no new edition since before the Roth IRA was introduced. The boom in online investing invites a chapter of its own, warts and all. If the author were to update this every so often, it might be a winner. As it is, what would be a five-star book in 1996 loses one star for each year without a new edition.
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The personal finance magazines are for the people who have savings to invest, to buy bigger houses with, to chase after the latest hot stock. This is a book about getting there. I especially like the way Kobliner lays out what it's going to take to get where you want to go. For example, in the chapter on home ownership, she talks about how much you need to have in savings, what to do if your credit isn't great and walks you through figuring out whether it's better for you to rent or buy. In the insurance information she describes what the kinds of insurance cover, when you need it, and when you don't. Great book.
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This is not a good book. Its awkward writing might be forgiven, if it wasn't for the fact that the author seems to feel that Generation X'ers are all pretty stupid about finance.
Ms. Kobliner should give us some credit. Before she gets off on how Generation X'ers spend too much on credit cards, or how none of seem to know how to balance a checkbook, she could at least make a passing allusion to guys like Jerry Yang who made millions before he was even 25.
For good, non-patronizing personal finance advice I recommend Andrew Tobias' books or Peter Lynch's great classics.
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I just graduated college & am out on my own for the first time. Upon reading this resourceful book, it has given me all the information I need to organize my finances. All the advice is practical & it contains many helpful information I would not have been aware of had I not read the book. From handling debt to filing your taxes, I would recommend this book to anyone out there who is in a bind when it comes to getting their financial life in order. Thanks for a great book! I'm not surprised that it made the bestsellers list! =)
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Her first book was innovative and original--she was the first gen xer trying to speak to our generation.. This sequel is just a rip off. She's too old to be of interest to 20 somethings or 30 somethings for that matter (you might as well read Jane Bryant Quinn's book if you want an old woman's perspective). This is a cheap attempt to cash in on her earlier work and not worth your time or money. Our generation has matured and learned much more about money so it's too bad Beth wasn't smart enough to notice.
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