Publisher Description

This guide aimed at young adults has everything you wish you had learned in high school or college about finances: managing money, investing, paying taxes, choosing insurance, picking credit cards, shopping wisely, and planning for end-of-life issues. Chapters include easy-to-understand explanations of terms and common forms you are likely to encounter as you become independent. Take control of your financial life today!

GENRE
Business & Personal Finance
RELEASED
2015
February 1
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
55
Pages
PUBLISHER
K Kennedy
SELLER
K Kennedy
SIZE
42.3
KB

Customer Reviews

Smooooney ,

makes tough stuff a bit more simple

This guide is a great overview of finances! As someone who normally thinks of saving as sticking money in a jar and hiding it in the back of the freezer, this was an excellent breakdown of various types of investments and financial concerns, written in a way that makes sense for someone who has little personal experience in branching out financially. I especially appreciated the attention placed on important times in life where finances may change, such as how marriage changes things, how buying a house can affect your money, and even how to plan ahead so your relatives will know your desires after you die. Keep up the good work!

Whaleyland ,

Great Little Guide

This booklet is a great little guide that shows how to live responsibly as a young adult. The tax tips were especially helpful. I’d recommend it to any 20-something that is coming out of college and trying to make it in the real world.