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in 1974, by his own account he began making small real estate investments and had amassed a multi-million dollar net worth in just a few years. Robert G Allen is the author of several New York Times bestselling personal finance books including: Nothing Down , Creating Wealth , Multiple Streams of Income , as well as co-authoring bestsellers Cracking the Millionaire Code and The One Minute Millionaire: The Enlightened Way to Wealth , written with Mark Victor Hansen , the author of the Chicken Soup for the Soul franchise. Allen recently released a new book, which he co-authored with Mark Victor Hansen titled Cash in a Flash:Fast ...
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The method is robust and replicable (no need to win the lottery, start a blogging business, or win at real estate), but not easy; much in the same way that a diet results in weight loss but is hard to follow persistently unless you set your mind to it. The key is to save 75%+ of your net income and invest it in income producing assets (bonds and dividend stocks). There is a "21 day" step-by-step plan for how to get to 75% in the left side bar. I try not to be too trite, so if I cover a topic, you will probably not see it again for a very long time, thus you may want to read the older posts here and here . Also, check ... market research, surveys and trends
Top 10 Best Personal Finance Books of All Time!
As I was arranging the numerous personal finance books I’ve accumulated over the years, I couldn’t help but wonder how I can put everything together in such a tiny little space. Then I asked myself, if I had a very small book shelf that can accommodate only 10 of these books, which books would I choose? I had to think really hard because I love reading books and I’ve learned a great deal about life and money through ALL of them. These 10 books are special in that they have completely altered the way I view money and life! They have inspired me to learn more about money and pursue financial freedom! May these ... market research, surveys and trends


“How to Make $1 Million in a Day” and Other Titles You Shouldn't ...
I’m a big believer in the philosophy of “Under promise and over deliver.” Many times with personal finance books, however, the title of the book looks promising, but a quick flip through the pages returns a big disappointment. I had a similar experience with this week. Last Wednesday, a business article was published on with the following title: “ Home Prices: More Pain to Come–Expected drop in home prices nearly double estimate of two months ago; recovery more than a year away .” Holy cow, I thought, that can’t be good. So I did what CNN undoubtedly wanted ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
ALL BUSINESS: No help for underwater mortgages could drive more to ...
That’s the underlying message from a University of Arizona law professor, whose new paper is hitting a nerve as the nation’s housing crisis enters its fourth year. Brent White denies advocating walking away from a mortgage that is bigger than the value of a home. Nonetheless, he lays out a case of how it can be done, and his suggestions have gone viral, popping up online, in newspapers and on television. It’s a move that can save some people money, but at the expense of wrecking their credit. The topic is central to what’s crippling the housing market: About one in four homeowners, or 10.7 million ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Sue Stevens Adds Award-Winning Author to List of Achievements
-area based CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professional and president of Stevens Wealth Management LLC, has to date received three awards for her debut book Put Your Money Where Your Heart Is™. These awards were presented to Stevens at awards ceremonies held in New York City in May, in conjunction with BookExpo America, North America 's largest book industry conference, an annual event organized by the Association of American Publishers (AAP) and the American Booksellers Association (ABA). At the Axiom Book Awards , designed to honor the year's best business books, Put Your Money Where Your Heart Is was ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Author offers tips for living frugally and happily ever after
Two-time author Jeff Yeager, dubbed “The Ultimate Cheapskate” by TODAY's Matt Lauer, offers more tips for living frugally and happily ever after. Here's an excerpt from “The Cheapskate Next Door”: Introduction Sure, we could afford to spend more, but why would we? It wouldn’t make us any happier.” That’s it. That’s the simple statement that I’ve spent the last year and a half traveling the country to hear. Those words have been my touchstone. That’s what this book is about, and it’s what the cheapskates next door have to share with you. They can show you how to live happily below your means. “Don’t touch the testicles! ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


One Page Guide to Personal Finance
Four Great Personal Finance Books for Recent Graduates. The Money Book for the Young, Fabulous, and Broke by Suze Orman. Debt is Slavery by Michael Mihalik ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
FCIC: Personal Financial Choices
We have discussed many of the issues that may affect your particular financial situation. You will find it well worth your time to explore some of the many excellent books and tapes available at your local bookstore or library. What follows is a list of the some of the books available right now that will surely include at least one book that will be very helpful to you. Abentrod, Susan, 10 Minute Guide to Beating Debt (10 Minute Guides) , Macmillan General Reference, 1996. Arenson, Gloria. Born to Spend: How to Overcome Compulsive Spending , TAB Books, Human Services Institute, Bradenton, Florida, 1991. (TAB ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Personal Finance Books: A Core Collection & More
Brown, Jesse B. 101 real money questions: the African American financial question and answer book. New York: Wiley; 2003. xv, 188 p $14.95. ISBN: 0471206741 (alk. paper). Call Number: HG179 .B74645 2003 (Library West) 25 myths you've got to avoid-- if you want to manage your money right the new rules for financial success Clements, Jonathan. 25 myths you've got to avoid-- if you want to manage your money right the new rules for financial success. New York, NY: Simon & Schuster; 1998. 239 p $22.50. ISBN: 0684839822. Call Number: HG179 .C6512 1998 (Library West) All the math you need to get rich: thinking with numbers ...
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In addition to the Wall Street Journal and Investor’s Business Daily, I have found the following list of the books I have found helpful to me as a financial planner. Many are histories and case studies on what went wrong in the past, so I can better recognize trouble spots to avoid in the future. “The Millionaire Next Door” by Thomas Stanley and William Danko. This book does an excellent job explaining the difference between income and wealth. I cannot possibly recommend it more highly. “Tools & Techniques of Financial Planning” by Stephen Leimberg, et al. This is a very good broad introduction ...
Google Answers: personal finance basics
I am looking for a solid read (book, article, whatever) on personal finance basics. I am also looking for a good website where I can ask questions about finances, taxes, and how to take good sound control of my own financial situation. I have limited to no formal knowledge on such matters, so it has to be a website that has a forum for beginners like me. Subject: Re: personal finance basics Answered By: easterangel-ga on 02 Nov 2006 19:10 PST Rated: Hi! Thanks for the question. In terms of books, I acquired links to different reviews of personal finance books. Since recommendations are always subjective, it would be good to ...