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n a world gone mad with bizarre credit derivatives, inter-est-only mortgages, and collapsing markets, we still needto manage our money, put our kids through college, and savefor retirement. To the rescue comes Jonathan Clements— thehugely popular
Wall Street Journal
personal-finance colum-nist—with 21 easy-to-follow rules that could help readerssecure their financial future. Clements has spent almost aquarter century demystifying Wall Street for those on MainStreet. Now Director of Financial Guidance for myFi, a newCitigroup financial service geared toward individual investors,Clements has a deep understanding of what real people need.In
The Little Book of Main Street Money,
Clements bringsreaders back down to earth with common sense guidancethat will put them on the path to clear and intelligent moneymanagement. From the big picture (your home, retirement,and life) to the micro (taxes and inflation), Clements offersreaders clear-cut guidelines for taking control of their finan-cial life and details the strategies needed to thrive in today’svolatile economy. The 21 truths outlined throughout thisbook are a guiding light for every one, young and old, juststarting or soon retiring. Each chapter reads like a Clementscolumn—clear, pithy, and feisty. From the obvious to thecounterintuitive, each truth will either bolster returns or cutcosts. Collectively, the 21 truths are a compelling guide totoday’s treacherous financial terrain. Renowned for his spir-ited writing and shrewd investment guidance, Clements isthe sane voice investors need to keep them grounded in themidst of so much financial insanity.
The Little Book of Main Street Money
21 Simple Truths That Help Real People Make Real Money
Commonsense investing truths for everyone, froma popular and critically acclaimed journalist
(New York, NY) is Director of Financial Guidance for myFi (www.myfi.com), anew financial service from banking giant Citigroup.Before joining myFi, he spent 18 years at the
, where he was the newspaper’saward-winning personal-finance columnist.
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