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Navigating the Mortgage Maze

by Andrew Turnauer & Andrew E. Turnauer

Navigating the Mortgage Maze is a 1996 guide to financing a home.  Savvy, streetwise advice to help with your calculations! Securing a mortgage to purchase a home can be one of life's most nerve-racking experiences....


Be Prepared

by David Landay

If you are confronting a life-threatening condition and facing challenges to your fincances, work, and future, you no longer need to struggle alone. In Be Prepared, attorney David Landay, a leading authority...


Turn Your Mortgage Into a Pension

by Gordon P. Johnson

After years of thinking outside the "financial box," finance expert, Gordon Johnson, has written a book on the topic of how to turn a mortgage into a pension. It presents a unique strategy aimed at enabling...


Integrating Technical Analysis for the Investor

by BC Low

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"A book on Technical Analysis written for the Investor

Yes, it is possible to use technical analysis for investing, not just trading! Technical analysis has always been seen as a tool for short-term...


IDENTITY THEFT

by Scott A Merritt

Identity theft strikes people from all walks of life...with devastating effects. Based on the author's true story, this book provides detailed guidance to recapture your identity and take your life back. It...


Secrets of Wealthy People: 50 Techniques to Get Rich

by David Stevenson

What do wealthy people know that the rest of us don't? Do they have a secret recipe for success? Is there a special alchemy to make it work? The Secrets of Wealthy People reveals the 50 things you need to know...


Social Security for Decision Makers

by Peter D. Murphy

In Social Security for Decision Makers - Charting Your Course to Retirement, Peter Murphy provides his readers with the necessary information to make optimal Social Security benefit decisions. Social Security...


Ladies With Loot: How They Spend, How They Save, How They Live, and How To Be One Yourself

by Erica L. McCain

Women balance home, work, children and other relationships...so why are so many of us so bad at balancing our own accounts? In this simple step-by-step guideline, financial professional Erica L. McCain, LUTCF...


101 Ways to Save Money on Your Tax - Legally! 2014-2015

by Adrian Raftery

As featured on The Project (Channel Ten), A Current Affair (Channel 9), ABC Radio and in Money Magazine.

Stop giving your money away!

You work hard for your money, and you work even harder to set and keep a budget...


The Future of Your Wealth: How the World Is Changing and What You Need to Do about It: A Guide for High Net Worth Individuals and Families

by Matthew T. Shafer

No one would deny that wealthy families face new and unique challenges that can make planning for the future more difficult than ever before. A byzantine U.S. tax code, increasingly complex global markets, and...


The Wallstreet Retirement Conspiracy: A No Nonsense Approach to Retirement Income Planning

by Philip Rousseaux

The Wall Street Retirement Conspiracy: A No Nonsense Approach to Retirement Planning will help future and current retirees identify problems with the Wall Street Retirement system that is currently tricking...


The Mother Lode Manifesto

by Margie J Baldock & Simon Treselyan

The Mother Lode Manifesto is a revolutionary call to action for women everywhere to create personal, financial independence through social entrepreneurship, whilst transforming the world at the same time. The...


Debt Free!

by James P. Caher & John M. Caher

Debt Free! is a clear, practical guide that helps readers get past the stigma of bankruptcy and on their way to financial recovery.


Golden Opportunities

by Amy Budish & Budish Armond

A guide to maximizing resources and minimizing expenses for retired people offers readers strategies for getting around bureaucratic loopholes, discussing when to retire, how to avoid hidden taxes, and more....


Don't Break the Bank: College Version

by Peterson's

Peterson's Don't Break the Bank: College Edition is the must-have guide for college students who want--or need--to learn how to manage their money. Inside you'll find real-life advice from students as well as...


Frugal Indulgents

by Kera Bolonik & Jennifer Griffin

Frugal Indulgents offers clever, real-life advice on how to enjoy life on a low budget. Packed with quizzes, profiles, lists, and a glossary of cunning lingo, the book reveals how to score a low-rent apartment,...


Free Money From Colleges and Universities

by Laurie Blum

Almost every college and university offers scholarships in a wide variety of disciplines, yet many students are not aware that these scholarships exist. In Free Money from Colleges and Universities, Laurie Blum...


Free Money For Athletic Scholarships

by Laurie Blum

There is an enormous amount of financial aid money available in direct scholarships and grants to fund college study; the trick is to identify the sources of athletic awards and to find the right one for you....


Free Money For Graduate School

by Laurie Blum

Free Money for Graduate School, published in 1990, is a book by Laurie Blum, author of the Free Money series.


Savvy Money Gal: Six Savvy Money Strategies for Successful Women

by Anita Saulite

Are you tired of living paycheck to paycheck? Do you feel overwhelmed by the demands of work and family, and pressured to make ends meet? Are you letting self-doubt, fear, jealousy, or perfectionism keep you...