Your Money Ratios
A troubled economy calls for answers. Forget complicated, abstract philosophy--people need sound financial advice that's easy to follow and can be implemented immediately. For the first time, a leading financial adviser has developed a remarkable set of guidelines to give individuals the same kind of… More »
A troubled economy calls for answers. Forget complicated, abstract philosophy--people need sound financial advice that's easy to follow and can be implemented immediately. For the first time, a leading financial adviser has developed a remarkable set of guidelines to give individuals the same kind of objective insight into their personal finances that successful businesses have. Your Money Ratios will help readers effectively manage debt, invest prudently, and develop a realistic and effective savings plan to ensure both financial success and security. Readers need only plug their income and age into Farrell's ratios in order to get an instant picture of their savings status and overall financial health, as well as a roadmap for the important choices they must make in the future. Here's what you will find in this book: IF YOU ARE IN YOUR 20s OR 30s: Your Money Ratios will tell you how to get started and what you need to do over the next 35 years to stay on track. If you are lucky enough to read this book when you are young, you will have a clear vision for where you need to go throughout your working career. By setting yourself on the right path, you won't have to work so hard later in life to meet your goals. IF YOU ARE IN YOUR 40s: You can benchmark your own financial circumstances against the ratios and see how you are doing with respect to your savings, debt, investments and insurance. You have plenty of time to make adjustments if necessary and plot out your path to retirement. IF YOU ARE IN YOUR 50s: The formula will provide you with a realistic assessment of your ability to retire. It will help you make the important decisions about how to allocate your financial resources over the next 10 to 15 years, and how to put on the final push for retirement.« Less
The capital to income ratio
The savings ratio
Where to save your money
The debt ratios
The investment ratio
Stocks and bonds 101
Ignoring Wall Street
The disability insurance ratio
The life insurance ratio
The long-term care insurance ratio
Getting professional help
Pulling it all together
Introduction : a simple, new perspective -- The capital to income ratio -- The savings ratio -- Social security -- Where to save your money -- The debt ratios -- The investment ratio -- Stocks and bonds 101 -- Ignoring Wall Street -- The disability insurance ratio -- The life insurance ratio -- The long-term care insurance ratio -- Health insurance -- Getting professional help -- Pulling it all together
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