Jonathan Clements Money Guide 2016

July 27, 2016 - Comment

Expanded and updated for 2016, the award-winning Jonathan Clements Money Guide is the indispensable companion for Americans looking to stay on track financially. Written by The Wall Street Journal’s longtime personal-finance columnist, this annual guide tackles retirement, college, home buying, estate planning and more. Here are just some of the new features in this year’s Money

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Expanded and updated for 2016, the award-winning Jonathan Clements Money Guide is the indispensable companion for Americans looking to stay on track financially. Written by The Wall Street Journal’s longtime personal-finance columnist, this annual guide tackles retirement, college, home buying, estate planning and more. Here are just some of the new features in this year’s Money Guide: How to build your own financial plan in 18 easy steps My story: Clements details how he tackled crucial money issues Dos and don’ts for 2016What the 2015 Budget Act means for claiming Social SecurityGreat debates: A look at seven of the fiercest financial arguments Fascinating statistics on how Americans are faring financially Tax information for 2015 and 2016 Up-to-date facts and figures on the economy and markets “An excellent new book for people of all ages is the Jonathan Clements Money Guide 2016.”–Kerry Hannon, Forbes.com”It’s hard to imagine a finer place to begin your search for financial peace of mind.”–John C. Bogle, founder, The Vanguard Group “Clements is a first-rate financial writer who is a genius at making sophisticated advice accessible to everyone and a delight to read.”–Burton G. Malkiel, author of A Random Walk Down Wall Street “Keep Jonathan Clements’s Money Guide on your desk or tablet for instant answers to your essential money questions.”–Consuelo Mack, anchor, Consuelo Mack WealthTrack”Since the early 1990s, Jonathan Clements’s columns taught his readers, profited them, and made them smile. Trouble was, you needed to have read all his Wall Street Journal articles. Until now, that is. His Money Guide wraps this bounty, and then some, into a tidy package, destined to be enjoyed and referred to over and over by readers for decades to come.”–William J. Bernstein, author of The Investor’s Manifesto

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A. Reed says:

I absolutely love the logic of this book’s framework We had several up-ending events in our family life this past year, and this financial guide from Jonathan Clements has been a godsend as we navigated the financial decisions involved. I absolutely love the logic of this book’s framework. When I have a specific, urgent question, I can quickly get to the topic I need because of the way the book is organized by theme and sub-topics. In this regard, it differs from all other financial guidebooks I’ve read. But most important of all, to me, is…

noah says:

A Practical Financial Guru has Reappeared I followed Jonathan Clements for many years through his Wall St. Journal (WSJ) column. In my opinion he had the clear straightforward answers to everyday financial questions that everyone encounters. I lost a compass for my financial life when he left the WSJ and I was so happy to see that he has reappeared with his Money Guide series. Now I have a single reference guide to pull off of my shelf when I have a question about a financial issue. This is far more effective than trying to locate…

Papa Mike says:

Easy amazing read for everybody. The sooner the better; this book has it all. Wow, talk about an easy read. Mr. Clements really broke down the world of finances’ into many different areas and keeps his explanations short and to the point. He even lets you know when a part of the book will have some boring math formulas so you can skim it if it’s too much for you. Anyway the main reason for the purchase of this book was to find out about social security, its new rule and when the best time to start drawing for my wife and me. This book gave many examples and on top of…

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