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  • Financial Freedom

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    Reuben Advani

    When it comes to securing your financial future, building a strong foundation of financial knowledge and skills is the smartest thing you can do. Put yourself on the path to long-term financial literacy, independence, and success with Financial Freedom, which provides all the information you need to make sound financial decisions for a lifetime.

  • Healthcare, Insurance, and You

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    Lisa Zamosky

    Healthcare, Insurance, and You is a practical guide that explains in plain language the impact of healthcare reform and the complicated issues of buying insurance, understanding medical bills, and finding great care. It empowers you with tips, resources and strategies for navigating the healthcare system to get the most for your health and your money.
  • Invest Like an Institution

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    Michael C. Schlachter

    In Invest Like an Institution, Michael C. Schlachter reveals that investors looking to boost the returns on their retirement funds without taking on added portfolio risk can do so if they adapt the strategies of one of the few categories of players in the investment arena that consistently outperforms the market: large institutional investors.
  • It's Splitsville

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    James J. Gross

    It's Splitsville: Surviving Your Divorce is for people who are thinking about getting divorced, or already in the process of separation and divorce. It contains all the information you need to survive your divorce emotionally, financially, and legally, and to come out the other side with your skin and dignity intact.
  • Plan Your Financial Future

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    Keith Fevurly

    In Plan Your Financial Future, financial planner and educator Keith Fevurly describes a novel way of analyzing and putting into place the personal financial planning process by teaching readers how to protect themselves, their family and their property; accumulate wealth; defend their accumulated wealth; and distribute their accumulated wealth.
  • Plan Your Own Estate

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    Deirdre R. Wheatley-Liss

    Plan Your Own Estate takes a straightforward and engaging “you”-oriented approach to dealing with one of life’s certainties--death. It puts you in control of how your money and your values will be passed on to family, friends, and organizations.

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