Personal Finance in Your 20s and 30s For Dummies
Create a solid pathway for financial success Millennials often confront greater difficulties—including economic uncertainty and student debt—than those who came before them. This new financial responsibility can be intimidating, and many people are unsure where to begin. Personal Finance in Your 20s & 30s For Dummies will help Millennials to be confident about managing their finances and get on a clear path toward financial security. Inside, trusted financial advisor Eric Tyson shows students and recent grads how to make smart financial decisions in order to pay off student loans, avoid any additional debt, and create a solid plan to ensure their financial success. From avoiding common money mistakes to making informed investment choices, Personal Finance in Your 20s & 30s For Dummies covers it all! Build a foundation through smart spending and saving Rent, buy, or sell a house File taxes the right way Protect your finances and identity in the digital world Get ready to forge your own path to financial security!
Eric Tyson, MBA, is an internationally acclaimed and bestselling personal finance author, counselor, and writer. He is the author of five national best-selling financial books including Investing For Dummies, Personal Finance For Dummies, and Home Buying Kit For Dummies. He has appeared on NBC's Today Show, ABC, CNBC, FOX News, PBS, and CNN.
Reduce debt and avoid common money mistakes Create a savings and investing strategy for the long term Make informed investment and insurance decisions Lay the foundation for financial security When it comes to planning for your financial future, knowing how to save, pay off debt, and make smart investment decisions is key. And there's no better time to start than when you're a young adult and have time on your side. Trusted financial advisor Eric Tyson explains what you need to know and what steps you need to take to ensure your financial success. Inside… Budget for monthly expenses Create a savings plan Eliminate credit card debt Understand credit scores and reports Compare renting vs. buying a house Explore the world of investing Navigate love and money Make smart career moves