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It is never to early to save for retirement! The earlier you start, the more compounding you get -- this is key!!
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Women & Finances
Women's Institute for Financial Education
The Women’s Institute for Financial Education (WIFE.org) is the oldest non-profit organization dedicated to providing financial education to women in their quest for financial independence.
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Books -- Money/Finance
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Clark Howard's Living Large in Lean Times by
Publication Date: 2011-08-02
Dave Ramsey's Complete Guide to Money by If you're looking for practical information to answer all your "How?" "What?" and "Why?" questions about money, this book is for you. Dave Ramsey's Complete Guide to Money covers the A to Z of Dave's money teaching, including how to budget, save, dump debt, and invest. You'll also learn all about insurance, mortgage options, marketing, bargain hunting and the most important element of all--giving.This is the handbook of Financial Peace University. If you've already been through Dave's nine-week class, you won't find much new information in this book. This book collects a lot of what he's been teaching in FPU classes for 20 years, so if you've been through class, you've already heard it! It also covers the Baby Steps Dave wrote about in The Total Money Makeover, and trust us--the Baby Steps haven't changed a bit. So if you've already memorized everything Dave's ever said about money, you probably don't need this book. But if you're new to this stuff or just want the all-in-one resource for your bookshelf, this is it!
Publication Date: 2015-03-03
The Financial Rules for New College Graduates: Invest Before Paying off Debt--And Other Tips Your Professors Didn't Teach You by An indispensable guide for any recent graduate that provides simple, easy-to-follow rules for making smart personal finance choices during the first decade of one's career. * Demonstrates how simple choices, especially in the years after college, can guarantee (barring misfortunes such as catastrophic illness or drug addiction) a lifelong, healthy relationship with money * Illustrates how to apply the attitudes inherent in modesty, skepticism, and optimism to all financial decision-making, both upon graduating and in the future * Includes a math refresher for understanding the basic principles of interest rates, credit card debt, investment, and retirement savings * Demystifies without boring, simplifies without condescending to, and above all highlights the relevance and practical applications of financial planning during one's first ten years out of school
Call Number: Online / ebook -- ebook Central
Publication Date: 2018-04-12
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U.S. Bailout & Public Debt
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