So you've got the basics of your personal finances under control (at least -- you've controlled your credit card spending, purchased a house, started saving for retirement) but wait! Now that your kids are growing up and your career is moving along, you're facing a whole new set of personal finance challenges. College, weddings, your son or daughter's first car! How to manage these big expenses and still stay afloat?! And how to deal with unexpected changes such as downsizing or a move?! Help is here. The Complete Idiot's Guide to Personal Finance in Your 40s and 50s is the guide you need to everything from helping your kids get on their feet to buying a second home. Coverage includes: Assessing your own financial position in mid-life -- pluses and minus Being a parent and a blank check -- teaching your kids about money Paying for cars, college, weddings and other big parent expenses Assessing and affording your second home, dream home, or vacation home Keeping your finances in order during a job change -- for the better or worse What to think about if you want to start your own business Divorce and personal finance Thinking of the future -- wills, in-laws, aging parents and more! The basics of investing -- in your 40s and 50s. Where to start or how to progressHelp is here. The Complete Idiota#39;s Guide to Personal Finance in Your 40s and 50s is the guide you need to everything from helping your kids get on their feet to buying a second home.
|Title||:||The Complete Idiot's Guide to Personal Finance in Your 40's & 50's|
|Author||:||Sarah Fisher, Susan Shelly|
|Publisher||:||Penguin - 2001-12-01|