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Personal Finance in Your 20s & 30s For Dummies

Author:
Eric Tyson
Published: June 2, 2021

Overview

The money lessons you wish you’d learned in school

Personal Finance in Your 20s & 30s For Dummies helps Millennials and Zoomers like you make smart financial moves. It’s not as tough as it looks to reduce and file your taxes, pay off your student debt, buy a home, keep a budget to save and invest wisely, or start that side hustle, just to name a few. With a little bit of focus, you can start a clear path to financial freedom and avoid mistakes today. Your future self will thank you.

This edition is full of updates for the 2020s; wrap your mind around your investment opportunities, the realities of making a second income, higher ed options for career advancement, and lessons learned from the COVID-19 pandemic. If you’re in need of financial guidance—and who isn’t?—this is the book you need.

  • Pay off loans, manage your credit, begin the home-buying journey, and more
  • Set realistic money goals so you can create a solid path for financial success
  • Make smart decisions to beef up your bank account and investment portfolio
  • Protect the money you have today and learn how to put your money to work for the future

Get ready to turn up the volume on your financial know-how and stop worrying about money!

The money lessons you wish you’d learned in school

Personal Finance in Your 20s & 30s For Dummies helps Millennials and Zoomers like you make smart financial moves. It’s not as tough as it looks to reduce and file your taxes, pay off your student debt, buy a home, keep a budget to save and invest wisely, or start that side hustle, just to name a few. With a little bit of focus, you can start a clear path to financial freedom and avoid mistakes today. Your future self will thank you.

This edition is full of updates for the 2020s; wrap your mind around your investment opportunities, the realities of making a second income,

higher ed options for career advancement, and lessons learned from the COVID-19 pandemic. If you’re in need of financial guidance—and who isn’t?—this is the book you need.

  • Pay off loans, manage your credit, begin the home-buying journey, and more
  • Set realistic money goals so you can create a solid path for financial success
  • Make smart decisions to beef up your bank account and investment portfolio
  • Protect the money you have today and learn how to put your money to work for the future

Get ready to turn up the volume on your financial know-how and stop worrying about money!

Personal Finance in Your 20s and 30s For Dummies Cheat Sheet

Everyone needs to know how to manage their money. Having that knowledge and know-how early in your life pays bigger dividends over the decades of your adult life. And everyone makes mistakes, so Personal Finance in Your 20s and 30s For Dummies can help you minimize bad decisions and maximize good ones. [caption id="attachment_284842" align="alignnone" width="556"] © Hurst Photo / Shutterstock.com[/caption]

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