The Only Investment Guide You’ll Ever Need

July 19, 2016 - Comment

For readers who are wondering how new tax laws might affect their own personal investments, or how to trade on the stock market with a broker or on their own with a computer, or how to set up a college fund mindful of state regulations, or countless other personal finance questions, it’s time to turn

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For readers who are wondering how new tax laws might affect their own personal investments, or how to trade on the stock market with a broker or on their own with a computer, or how to set up a college fund mindful of state regulations, or countless other personal finance questions, it’s time to turn to Andrew Tobias and The Only Investment Guide You’ll Ever Need. For more than twenty years this book has been America’s bible for personal money management. Now it is even more indispensable. Fully updated to cover new legislation, and expanded to include the Internet world, America’s favorite finance guide covers every aspect of investing and answers every question about managing money smartly and safely. Concise, witty, and truly understandable, this book offers the best personal finance information for every income level.
Includes:
— How to save by spending more wisely
— When to invest in stocks, and when not to
— Tax strategies for everything, from IRAs to charitable contributions
— How to set up college funds
— What does life insurance really do?
— Is real estate wise?
— What to do with that big inheritance
and much, much more.

Comments

Amazon Customer says:

A good place to start This is a good book. Tobias’ main point is that you need to start saving 10% of your income, and he also gives advice on ways to cut costs and where you can put your money. I’ve read a lot of investing books and some of what he said was not new to me. However, I did learn some new things. Some parts of the book that I found helpful were Chapter 5 which explains Treasuries (bills, notes, and bonds). I also liked his advice in Chapter 10 about what to do if you fall into a large sum of money…

Paul Skinner says:

listen up kiddos, don’t get too greedy Andrew Tobias weaves through the dizzy world of T-bills, municipal bonds, alternative minimum taxes, and a host of esoteric personal finance topics. But the bottom line he preaches is simple: be happy living on less than you make, and save the rest in safe no load mutual funds, diversifying between domestic and international stocks. Tobias tries to assure most of us average Joes that we are a fool if we think we can outsmart the Warren Buffetts of the world, so don’t go crazy speculating on…

takingadayoff says:

Don’t Buy a Boat As a young and overwhelmed newlywed twenty-some years ago, I read The Only Investment Guide You’ll Ever Need. It was clear, fun to read, and full of good advice. I was recently surprised to see it is still in print, revised and updated. 

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