Money Lessons: How to manage your finances to get the life you want (Bestsellers și noutăți cărți de Educație financiară)

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If you spent one hour a month nurturing your finances for the next twelve months, how would you feel this time next year, what would be different? Mapping out a plan for achieving your big goals and managing everyday spending, Money Lessons is your own pocket financial expert.
Whether you have it or not, money is often as difficult to talk about as it is to handle. Many of us will at one point need advice on how to:
- ask for a pay rise
- save up to buy a place
- pay for a mortgage
- finance a career move
- budget for a wedding
- fund a big trip
- get out of debt
- retire comfortably
Building on her 15 years of experience helping countless people to make smart financial decisions, Lisa Conway-Hughes tackles these topics in a short guide to being savvy and getting what you want in every stage of your life. Full of expert knowledge and success stories, this is essential reading for anyone who wants to turn a dream into a plan - and eventually a reality.

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ISBN-13: 9780241379349
ISBN-10: 0241379342
Pagini: 272
Dimensiuni: 135 x 216 x 20 mm
Greutate: 0.29 kg
Editura: Penguin Books
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Locul publicării: London, United Kingdom

Notă biografică

Lisa Conway-Hughes is a qualified Financial Advisor with fifteen years' experience and a Fellow of the Personal Finance Society. She also blogs and speaks publicly on financial issues. To date, she has appeared in the Guardian, Financial Times, Telegraph, Independent, Glamour and Citywire as well as on BBC News, discussing subjects such as The Budget. She gives regular corporate talks and has recently started a podcast called 'She's On The Money'.