Financial Planning For Your First Job provides the tools you need to manage your money and take charge of your financial life. Inside this book you will be introduced to the practice of personal financial planning and you will learn how to create and monitor a successful financial plan. If you're a young adult who needs the guidance of a financial planner but can't afford the high price tag, this book is for you. You Will Learn To: - Set specific and achievable financial goals - Apply economic analysis to all financial decisions - Analyze income and asset protection strategies - Integrate and monitor your personal financial plan Topics Covered in Detail: - Cash flow management - College planning - Debt management - Insurance - Investing - Retirement planning - Tax planning Some of the Strategies Revealed Inside: - How to manage your debt - How to think like a professional investor - How to manage your cash flow - How to recession-proof your financial plan - What lines of insurance you need today If You Answer YES To Any Of These Questions, This Book Is For You: - Trying to decide between paying off student loans and saving for retirement? - Trying to decide which debt to pay off first? - Wondering whether you should buy or rent your first home? - Wondering which is better for you, a 401k or Roth IRA? Foreword written by Cincinnati Reds pitcher Burke Badenhop.Lease? Buying a new car or a new home can be an expensive and overwhelming experience. Ita#39;s easy for judgment to become clouded as ... The buy or lease decision depends on many different factors and ita#39;s a decision you cana#39;t afford to get wrong. The longterm effects on your credit score, net worth, and bank account are too important to take this decision lightly. ... Short time frames of five years or less favor leasing. How many miles do you plan to drive each year? Buy or Lease?
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