Money 101: Every Canadians Guide to Personal Finance

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Money 101: Every Canadians Guide to Personal Finance

by Ellen Roseman

John Wiley & Sons | March 12, 2003 | Trade Paperback

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Money 101 The One Class You Can''t Afford to Cut!

You are working hard and trying to save some money, but at the end of the day, there never seems to be enough to go around. Money 101 is a crash course on financial basics from one of Canada''s most trusted personal finance columnists.

Ellen Roseman offers easy-to-understand advice on a wide range of topics, including tips on spending less and saving more, managing a budget, negotiating mortgages and car leases, getting the insurance you need, investing, saving for children''s education and your own retirement, and much more.

Money 101 helps you master personal finance without pain, whether you''re a novice or experienced. Your own personal tutor, it''ll teach you to get better control of your money so you''ll have more to save and invest.

Portrait Photography by Joseph Marranca. Used by Permission.

Format: Trade Paperback

Published: March 12, 2003

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

Language: English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 0470832363

ISBN - 13: 9780470832363

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Money 101: Every Canadians Guide to Personal Finance

by Ellen Roseman

Format: Trade Paperback

Published: March 12, 2003

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

Language: English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 0470832363

ISBN - 13: 9780470832363

Table of Contents

Introduction.

Part One: Getting Started.

Part Two: Borrowing Money.

Part Three: Saving for Retirement.

Part Four: Investing Money.

Part Five: Financial Planning.

Index.

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Money 101 The One Class You Can''t Afford to Cut!

You are working hard and trying to save some money, but at the end of the day, there never seems to be enough to go around. Money 101 is a crash course on financial basics from one of Canada''s most trusted personal finance columnists.

Ellen Roseman offers easy-to-understand advice on a wide range of topics, including tips on spending less and saving more, managing a budget, negotiating mortgages and car leases, getting the insurance you need, investing, saving for children''s education and your own retirement, and much more.

Money 101 helps you master personal finance without pain, whether you''re a novice or experienced. Your own personal tutor, it''ll teach you to get better control of your money so you''ll have more to save and invest.

Portrait Photography by Joseph Marranca. Used by Permission.

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Money 101 The One Class You Can’t Afford to Cut! You are working hard and trying to save some money, but at the end of the day, there never seems to be enough to go around. Money 101 is a crash course on financial basics from one of Canada’s most trusted personal finance columnists. Ellen Roseman offers easy-to-understand advice on a wide range of topics, including tips on spending less and saving more, managing a budget, negotiating mortgages and car leases, getting the insurance you need, investing, saving for children’s education and your own retirement, and much more. Money 101 helps you master personal finance without pain, whether you’re a novice or experienced. Your own personal tutor, it’ll teach you to get better control of your money so you’ll have more to save and invest.

About the Author

Ellen Roseman is one of Canada''s most trusted personal finance writers and consumer advocates. She was a columnist at The Globe and Mail for 21 years before going to The Toronto Star as business editor. She now writes a column that appears three times a week in The Star''s business section. Her columns also appear in other Canadian newspapers, such as the Halifax Chronicle-Herald, the Kitchener-Waterloo Record, and the Guelph Mercury. She is also a frequent guest on radio and television programs, including TVO''s Studio Two and More to Life, and CBC''s Marketplace and Newsworld Business.

Portrait Photography by Joseph Marranca. Used by Permission.

Editorial Reviews

"Finally! A comprehensive, common-sense look at not only how to invest your money, but, more importantly, how to save it in the first place. Outstanding!"
- David Chilton, Author of The Wealthy Barber

"All the financial basics you need, from one of Canada''s most respected money writers. One of the best investments you''ll ever make."
- Gordon Pape, Author of 6 Steps to $1 Million and Retiring Wealthy in the 21st Century

"The Swiss Army Knife of financial books. There''s savvy, practical advice here on everything from the best deals on banking to finding a financial adviser. Read it and be instantly smarter about personal finance."
- Rob Carrick, The Globe and Mail, and Author of The Online Investor''s Companion

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