Most peoples method of balancing their checkbook first requires them to dig around for ATM slips. The Lazy Way to Handle Your Money makes it simple to keep track of bills, money, and spending without taking a huge withdrawal on time.The Lazy Way to Handle Your Money begins with basic worksheets to see where the money is coming from and where its going. Tips on designing a budget, utilizing calendars, and organizing papers eliminate digging through piles of files. The Lazy Way to Handle Your Money shows how a computer can do all the work, with up-to-date recommendations on software programs and on-line services. And, with easy-on-the-brain tricks for money matters such as choosing an account, controlling credit cards, handling real estate, and even saving money, keeping finances in check has never been so simple.
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If you have a 30-year mortgage at 8 percent interest, you can save yourself $62,456 if you bump up your payments by $100 a month. It's facts like these that can convince you that, yeah, it might be a good idea to track your finances a wee bit more. By using simple but sensible organizational tactics and selected Web sites suggested by Handle Your Money the Lazy Way, you can finally get your financial life in order, whether you're too harried to balance your checkbook, haven't the foggiest when or if you'll be able to retire, or can't recall the amount of life insurance you have (or if you paid the last premium). Designed for the truly confused, Handle Your Money also covers credit control, savings accounts, planning for college and tax time, real estate, and estate planning. The sections on useful versus time-wasting tactics are gems.
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Book Description Macmillan Distribution, 1998. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX002862632X
Book Description Macmillan Distribution, 1998. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M002862632X