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The Ultimate Guide to Student Loans - Paperback
 
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With the cost of college rising and governmental/private funding declining, it is no wonder that most Americans are concerned about their ability to finance a post-secondary education. Tuition prices are rising at Community Colleges, State Schools, Private and Technical colleges, leaving most Americans wondering how they are going to afford to pay for their education. This book educates parents, grandparents, young adults and students of all ages how to optimize the educational payment process.
$19.95
Everyone's Money Book on Real Estate - Paperback
 
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Do your housing homework and find the best real estate deals.

Despite the hurdles and headaches sometimes presented by owning your own home, most Americans aspire to stop renting, and many in fact do! Almost 2/3 of all Americans own the home in which they live. Everyone's Money Book on Real Estate teaches everyone from the first time homebuyer to the investor what they need to know about real estate.
$15.95
Everyone's Money Book on Financial Planning - Paperback
 
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Whether you have just won the lottery or are struggling to meet monthly expenses, your future financial comfort depends on creating - and sticking to - a long-term money management strategy. Everyone's Money Book on Financial Planning helps you do just that.
$15.95
Everyone's Money Book on Credit - Paperback
 
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Extra 'Credit' Question: Have You Taken on Too Much Debt?

Americans today carry more debt than ever before. And credit reports and ratings are becoming more and more important in determining what you can and cannot buy. Chances are, even if you haven't checked your credit report in years, you probably know if you've racked up too much debt. If that's the case, check out Everyone's Money Book on Credit and learn how to manage and reduce your debt.

$15.95
Everyone's Money Book on College - Paperback
 
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Here is a book on the ABC's of paying for college.

Today, the cost of a 4 year education at a private college adds up to tens of thousands of dollars. For a family with two, three, or more children, that adds up to a HUGE sum. And the cost will only climb higher in the coming years. Most families, however, have the means to send their children to college. It requires a lot of planning, saving, and smart investing, but it can be done. Everyone's Money Book on College will show you how.

$15.95
Dictionary of Finance and Investment Terms - Paperback
 
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More than 5,000 terms related to stocks, bonds, mutual funds, banking, tax laws, and transactions in the various financial markets are presented alphabetically with descriptions. The ninth edition has been updated to take account of new financial regulations and recent dramatic swings in equities, credit, and other financial resources.
$14.99
Everyone's Money Book on Retirement Planning - Paperback
 
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We are living longer, spending more and saving less. This is ""America's Money Answers Man"", Jordan Goodman's smart retirement strategies.
There are millions of Americans at or near retirement age. Clearly, the issue of financial security in the retirement years is becoming an urgent issue for a good percentage of the population. In Goodman's book, Everyone's Money Book on Retirement Planning, consumers will learn how best to prepare for those expensive later years.
$15.95
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