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Offers advice on financial planning and the psychological side of money management, and points out how to avoid common financial mistakes
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San Diego-based financial counselor Stolper and freelance writer Mattlin here offer guidance on acquiring and managing wealth in a style as comfortable and chatty as an hour with an old friend. Through the "magic of compound interest," the authors explain, $300 monthly put aside at 10% from age 30 will add up to $1 million by age 65 for those who adhere to a consistent, regular savings program--and who can find this high interest rate in today's economy. With the income from U.S. savings bonds, these new millionaires can maintain a comfortable lifestyle "without working," we're told, and at the same time continue to build surplus capital through long-term gains in stocks. This takes knowledgeable planning, caution the authors, who describe how to find a financial manager. Other vital areas covered include inflation and taxes, staying calm during stock market "adjustments," and such not unrelated money problems as dealing with divorce, problem children and jealous friends. ( May
Copyright 1992 Reed Business Information, Inc.
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