A Richer You: How to Make the Most of Your Money -
A Richer You: How to Make the Most of Your Money -

A Richer You: How to Make the Most of Your Money

How to Make the Most of Your Money

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Releases On 16/03/2021

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Bestselling author and New Zealand's most trusted financial expert on how to make your money work in the real world Getting richer doesn't just mean accumulating more money. It's about building your knowledge of the different ways money works, so you can navigate around whatever comes your way: family complications, following your dreams, relationship issues, house price fluctuations, being braver in retirement, helping your children - young and older, getting the best mortgage for you, saving too little - or too much! Sometimes the best path to a richer you is to learn from the mistakes and triumphs of others. This book features 184 of those situations, to help make your financial journey smoother and all the more rewardin

Product code: 9781775541578

ISBN 9781775541578
On Sale Date 16/03/2021
Publisher HarperCollins Publishers (New Zealand)
Dimensions (HxWxD in mm) H233xW152xS26
Bestselling author and New Zealand's most trusted financial expert on how to make your money work in the real world Getting richer doesn't just mean accumulating more money. It's about building your knowledge of the different ways money works, so you can navigate around whatever comes your way: family complications, following your dreams, relationship issues, house price fluctuations, being braver in retirement, helping your children - young and older, getting the best mortgage for you, saving too little - or too much! Sometimes the best path to a richer you is to learn from the mistakes and triumphs of others. This book features 184 of those situations, to help make your financial journey smoother and all the more rewarding. 'IF YOU READ ONE BOOK TO HELP YOURSELF FINANCIALLY THIS YEAR, MAKE IT THIS ONE.' - JANE WRIGHTSON, COMMISSION FOR FINANCIAL CAPABILITY