• Dollars and Sense: How We Misthink Money and How to Spend Smarter

    Dollars and Sense: How We Misthink Money and How to Spend Smarter

    Ariely, Dan

    Shares anecdotal insight into the illogical influences behind poor financial decisions and how to outmaneuver them, covering topics ranging from credit-card debt and household budgeting to holiday spending and real estate sales.

    Format: Book - 2017 First edition

    Holds: 2 on 16 copies

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  • Smart Couples Finish Rich: 9 Steps to Creating A Rich Future for You and your Partner

    Smart Couples Finish Rich: 9 Steps to Creating A Rich Future for You and your Partner

    Bach, David

    Offers a nine-step program to help couples build and maintain their financial wealth through proven strategies for organization, communication, and smarter spending in the current economy.

    Format: Book - 2018 First revised edition

    Holds: 0 on 5 copies

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  • Estate Planning Basics

    Estate Planning Basics

    Clifford, Denis

    Covers the basics of estate planning, including wills, trusts, and health care directives. It prepares readers to start planning their estate, with or without an attorney. The 9th edition is updated with the latest laws and tax information.

    Format: Book - 2017 Ninth edition

    Holds: 9 on 10 copies

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  • The Year of Less: How I Stopped Shopping, Gave Away My Belongings, and Discovered Life Is Worth More Than Anything You Can Buy in A Store

    The Year of Less: How I Stopped Shopping, Gave Away My Belongings, and Discovered Life Is Worth More Than Anything You Can Buy in A Store

    Flanders, Cait

    "In her late twenties, Cait Flanders found herself stuck in the consumerism cycle that grips so many of us: earn more, buy more, want more, rinse, repeat. Even after she worked her way out of nearly $30,000 of consumer debt, her old habits took hold again. When she realized that nothing she was doing or buying was making her happy--only keeping her from meeting her goals--she decided to set herself a challenge:she would not shop for an entire year. The Year of Lessdocuments Cait's life from July 2014 to June 2015, during which time she bought only consumables: groceries, toiletries, gas for her car. Along the way, she challenged herself to consume less of many other things besides shopping. She decluttered her apartment and got rid of 70 percent of her belongings; learned how to fix things rather than throw them away; researched the zero waste movement; and completed a television ban. At every stage, she learned that the less she consumed, the more fulfilled she felt. What started as a simple challenge quickly became a lifeline, however, as Cait found herself in a number of situations that turned her life upside down. In the face of hardship, she realized why she had always turned to shopping, alcohol and food--and what it had cost her, for so many years. By not being able to reach for any of her usual vices, Cait changed habits she'd spent years perfecting and discovered what truly mattered to her"--

    Format: Book - 2018 First edition

    Holds: 3 on 14 copies

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  • Everyday Millionaires: How Ordinary People Built Extraordinary Wealth -- and How You Can Too

    Everyday Millionaires: How Ordinary People Built Extraordinary Wealth -- and How You Can Too

    Hogan, Chris

    "Millionaire status doesn't require inheriting a bunch of money or having a high-paying job. No. The path to becoming a millionaire is paved with more-ordinary tools--tools that you either already have or that you can learn. If you thought you could never become a millionaire, think again. Listen and learn from over 10,000 everyday millionaires who have done it and believe it's possible for you too."--Jacket flap.

    Format: Book - 2019

    Holds: 8 on 12 copies

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  • Get A Financial Life: Personal Finance in your Twenties and Thirties

    Get A Financial Life: Personal Finance in your Twenties and Thirties

    Kobliner, Beth

    "A completely revised and updated fourth edition of the New York Times bestseller, designed to guide younger adults through the world of personal finance. More than ever before, people in their twenties and thirties need help getting their financial lives in order. And who could blame them? These so-called millennials have come of age in the wake of the worst economic crisis in memory, and are now trying to get by in its aftermath. They owe record levels of student loan debt, face sky-high rents, and struggle to live on a budget in an uncertain economy. It's time for them to get a financial life. For two decades, Beth Kobliner's bestseller has been the financial bible for people in their twenties and thirties. With her down-to-earth style, she has taught them how to get out of debt, learn to save, and invest for their futures. In this completely revised and updated edition, Kobliner shares brand-new insights and concrete, actionable advice geared to help a new generation of readers form healthy financial habits that will last a lifetime. With fresh material that reflects the changing digital world, Get a Financial Life remains an essential tool for young people learning how to manage their money. From tackling taxes to boosting credit scores, Get a Financial Life can show those just starting out how to decrease their debt, avoid common money mistakes, and navigate the world of personal finance in today's ever-changing landscape"--

    Format: Book - 2017

    Holds: 2 on 5 copies

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  • Make your Kid A Money Genius (even If You're Not): A Parents' Guide for Kids 3 to 23

    Make your Kid A Money Genius (even If You're Not): A Parents' Guide for Kids 3 to 23

    Kobliner, Beth

    "From Beth Kobliner, the author of the bestselling personal finance bible Get a Financial Life--a new, must-have guide showing parents how to teach their children (from toddlers to young adults) to manage money in a smart way. Many of us think we can have the 'money talk' when our kids are old enough to get it...which won't be for years, right? But get this: research shows that even preschoolers can understand basic money concepts, and a study from Cambridge University confirmed that basic money habits are formed by the age of seven. Oh, and research shows the number one influence on kids' financial behaviors is mom and dad. Clearly, we can't afford to wait"--

    Format: Book - 2017 First Simon & Schuster hardcover edition

    Holds: 0 on 17 copies

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  • Get What's Yours: The Secrets to Maxing Out your Social Security Revised and Updated

    Get What's Yours: The Secrets to Maxing Out your Social Security Revised and Updated

    Kotlikoff, Laurence J.

    "In 2016, Social Security rules changed radically. Do you know how - and how these changes might apply to you? Americans have left literally billions of Social Security dollars on the table - benefits we have earned, are eligible to take, but simply aren't aware of. Fully revised and carefully updated in light of the new law, Get What's Yours is the indispensable guide to collecting the maximum Social Security benefits possible."--Page [4] of cover.

    Format: Book - 2016 Revised and updated, Simon and Schuster hardcover edition

    Holds: 4 on 24 copies

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  • Credit Repair

    Credit Repair

    Loftsgordon, Amy

    Format: Book - 2017 Thirteenth edition

    Holds: 1 on 4 copies

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  • Chapter 13 Bankruptcy: Keep your Property & Repay Debts Over Time

    Chapter 13 Bankruptcy: Keep your Property & Repay Debts Over Time

    O'Neill, Cara

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    Format: Book - 2018 14th edition

    Holds: 0 on 2 copies

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