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If you're like most people, you don't feel like you're in control of your financial life. Get a Financial Life shows you how to mange your money and make it grow.

With this unique audio program, you'll learn how to:

  • Start investing in the right mutual funds
  • Refinance your high-rate credit cards and student loans
  • Stop getting nickeled and dimed by your bank
  • Use tax-advantaged savings plans to build a serious nest egg

From 401(k)s to stocks and bonds, this audiobook focuses exclusively on what you really need to know at this stage in your financial life. Whether you earn $15,000 or $150,000, whether you're single or married, financially inclined or financially challenged, Get a Financial Life will help you manage your money with the smallest possible investment of time and effort.

©1997 Beth Kobliner (P)2009 Simon & Schuster

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Outdated, but a good guide for beginners

Fairly shoot coming in at under two hours but covered the basics and helped me get a better understanding of smart money management

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The information in this book regarding credit and debt is accurate, but a terrible approach to finance. If you only read one book, this is well rounded, but I recommend starting with books like "The millionaire next door" or "The richest man in Babylon."