Books in category Business & Economics – Personal Finance

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    Инвестировать – это просто. Руководство по эффективному управлению капиталом
    Владимир Савенок

    Книга для тех, у кого есть свободные денежные средства, – и для тех, у кого они должны появиться. Как распорядиться ими, чтобы ваши …

  • Financially Stupid People Are Everywhere

    Financially Stupid People Are Everywhere
    Jason Kelly

    PRAISE FOR Financially Stupid People Are Everywhere "This book is a blast of cold air that will peel layers of somnambulism from the American consumer psyche.

  • Common Cents

    Common Cents
    Nancy J. Kimelman

    Common Cents gives average Americans the fundamental knowledge they need to make smart decisions on family finances, investments, jobs, even health care and outsourcing.

  • Get a Financial Life

    Get a Financial Life
    Nic Cicutti

    This book will cover all those complicated things that as a student or young person you never bothered to try and understand before-suddenly-it's vital that you do understand them.

  • The Pizza Delivery Millionaire

    The Pizza Delivery Millionaire
    Rick Vazquez

    An investor's portal into the fast growing world of real estate investing, this entertaining story is an engaging metaphor with an appealing message that is easy to grasp and instantly applicable in today's growing real estate industry.

  • Finance and Investment Handbook

    Finance and Investment Handbook
    John Downes, Jordan Elliot Goodman

    . . "Look for Barron's Finance & Investment Handbook . . . This is the most comprehensive reference guide I've seen on investing." –Dan Rutherford "On the Money" Tulsa World "A good reference for any investor. . .

  • How To Retire Happy Everything You Need to Know about the 12 Most Important Decisions You Must Make before You Retire

    How To Retire Happy: Everything You Need to Know about the 12 Most Important Decisions You Must Make before You Retire
    Stan Hinden

    At age 62, I am actively planning my own retirement and I consider Stan Hinden’s book required reading. This is solid practical information presented in a very easy-to-read format. Everyone in the workforce today should read this book!

  • The Millionaire Next Door

    The Millionaire Next Door
    Thomas J. Stanley, William D. Danko

    Reveals that the accumulation of wealth in the United States is most often done through hard work, diligent savings, and living a frugal lifestyle

  • Save More Tomorrow

    Save More Tomorrow
    Shlomo Benartzi

    Save More Tomorrow provides that help by focusing on the behavioral challenges that led to this crisis inertia, limited self-control, loss aversion, and myopia—and transforms them into behavioral solutions.

  • Live Like a Millionaire Without Having to Be One

    Live Like a Millionaire (Without Having to Be One)
    Vicky Oliver

    Vicky Oliver will teach you how to: Dress to impress, even if the emperor (you) has no clothes. Skimp on the items no one will notice anyway. Achieve millionaire hair for pennies. Develop frugalista fashion flair.

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