No More Mac 'n' Cheese

The Real-World Guide to Managing Your Money for 20-Somethings

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ISBN: 978-1-77040-090-0

Number of pages: 168

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You don't have to live on cheap noodles anymore! The real-world guide to managing your money for 20-somethings.
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Young people’s financial futures seem bleak: The cost of education is increasing, credit card debt is rising, and many job markets are shrinking. Yet young people are still driven to make it on their own, and to do so, they need to be smart with their money. But does anyone really teach the financial skills necessary to get ahead in life?

No More Mac 'n' Cheese! covers the successful transition from family home to first apartment; how to save for future goals such as a car, marriage, mortgage, and retirement; what to do about employment benefit plans, budgeting, investing, and debt control; and many more topics that so many people have had to learn the hard way.

Whether you are graduating from high school or university or simply trying to make it on your own for the first time, this book is for you. Written by a veteran financial advisor, No More Mac 'n' Cheese! is a guide for today's young adults who are looking to be financially independent without having to eat cheap noodles for every meal.

In addition to many examples and resources throughout the book, a CD-ROM is included with supplemental tools for a simple start to financial planning basics — lessons that will last a lifetime.

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Subtitle The Real-World Guide to Managing Your Money for 20-Somethings
Publication Date Nov 14, 2011
Market Global
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Pages 168
Size 6x9
ISBN 978-1-77040-090-0
About the CD The CD works with recent versions of Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X (including Lion), GNU/Linux, or Sun Solaris.

Author Details - Lise Andreana, CFP, CPCA

Lise Andreana, CFP, CPCA is a frequent guest speaker at industry events and holds over 17 years of experience as a financial planner, founding her company Continuum II Inc. During this time she has helped over 1,200 clients, ranging from retirees of the 1930s and '40s, Boomers of the '50s and '60s, and young adults of today. She wrote this book for the next generation of wealth accumulators: Generation Y and beyond.
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