These days, we all know someone in need of a little friendly personal finance advice (indeed, some of us might count ourselves among them!). Sure, financial advice columns abound, but they generally only address one issue at a time. Where do we turn, in the absence of our own personal guru, for advice on all of life's money questions? Bob Aliber's completely revised and updated Your Money and Your Life has the answers.
David Warsh, long-time financial guru and "Economic Principals" columnist at the Boston Globe, has this to say about "Your Money and Your Life" in his economicprincipals.com, his on-line, independent weekly commentary on the production and distribution of economic ideas:
"Wondering whether to buy a new car or one that has been slightly used? To prefer public to private education? To rent or buy? To load up on insurance? To annuitize or not? Curious about how to construct a bond ladder? Anxious about senior health care? Aliber is full of wisdom on all these counts and more."
The perfect stocking stuffer for your financially challenged friends and family!