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Publisher Description

THE GAME-CHANGING GUIDE TO SMARTER FINANCIAL DECISIONS

Through vividly illustrated game play, Monopoly, Money, and You shows you how to manage real-life financial challenges using lessons from the iconic board game. You'll improve the critical skills it takes to succeed fi nancially, including:

CASH MANAGEMENT * DIVERSIFICATION * NEGOTIATING * DEAL-MAKING * ANALYZING OPPORTUNITIES * CREATING A BUDGET * REDUCING DEBT * MAKING THE BEST OF LIMITED CHOICES * KEEPING YOUR COOL IN TOUGH TIMES

This enhanced eBook contains bonus features, including:
More than 20 minutes of video content

Footage from the Monopoly Documentary “Under the Boardwalk” that give you an exclusive behind the scenes look at the game

Interviews and tips from Winners of the Games and people mentioned in the book

Advice from the author on personal finances and negotiating skills




Praise for Monoloy, Money, and You

"[Orbanes] reveals tips and life lessons that are useful to everyone, from high schoolers getting their first credit cards to Wall Street traders looking for an edge in their next negotiation." -- KEVIN TOSTADO, producer and director of Under the Boardwalk: The Monopoly Story

"Monopoly became a part of my life the moment my father, Robert Barton--then president of Parker Brothers--acquired the game in 1935. Now, all these years later, Philip Orbanes reveals what we've all sensed since then--the game is replete with solid financial lessons." -- RANDOLPH P. BARTON, former president of Parker Brothers

"As Philip Orbanes says, Monopoly teaches you two N's: numbers and negotiation. Numbers are vital to financial success, be it in your business, career, or personal life. And negotiation is really the acquired skill of selling effectively, a skill you rely on daily." -- BOB REISS, founder of 16 start-ups and author of Low Risk, High Reward

GENRE
Business & Personal Finance
RELEASED
2013
April 5
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
288
Pages
PUBLISHER
McGraw-Hill Education
SELLER
McGraw-Hill Global Education Holdings, LLC
SIZE
381.6
MB

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