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Smart Is the New Rich: If You Can′t Afford It, Put It Down (Anglais) Relié – 27 octobre 2010

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A practical way to think about money today

Author and CNN veteran money correspondent Christine Romans believes we should live by three qualifiers: living within our means, living with less debt, and being less vulnerable. While some may say this is old–fashioned, today it′s hard to argue with Romans′ view.

Smart is the New Rich explores how adopting a new approach to money can lead to a healthier financial lifestyle. Each chapter opens with a question about money to begin the conversation about earning, saving, spending, growing, and protecting your money. Using checklists and quizzes, Romans guides you through the "New Normal," helping you to think differently about your money and relearning good habits for prosperity.

  • Reexamines the money rules abandoned during the consumer bubble and poses the essential questions we should ask ourselves before spend our money
  • Provides an interactive, step–by–step guide to all things money, from credit, debt, and savings to investing, taxes, and mortgages
  • A companion Web site allows you to chat with other readers about jobs, mortgage rates, investing, and saving

For thirty years, the financial rules for life revolved around abundant credit. That bubble has burst. Smart is the New Rich addresses why these rules no longer apply, and reveals what it will take to make the right money choices moving forward.

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Smart Is the New Rich

Christine Romans makes a compelling case that if you want to be rich these days, you first have to be smart and she shows you how. For those who navigate in rough economic waters that s all of us this is a breezy, easy–to–understand but invaluable guide.
David Gergen, Professor, Harvard Kennedy School; Senior Political Analyst, CNN

Christine Romans is one amazing, super–smart woman who has written a seriously valuable book for everyone who wants to understand and benefit from the bewildering new world of money, jobs, healthcare, investing, and much more. Read it right now Romans can help you live a smarter, much much better life.
Alexandra Penney, author of The Bag Lady Papers and former editor of Self magazine

Who else could turn shopping for a $5 Barbie dress in 1977 into a practical lesson in family finance? Christine is close enough to Wall Street to understand the game. Yet she s far enough away to be plain spoken and practical. From jobs to retirement to mortgages to family, she puts the money picture together. This is a smart book that anyone can understand and put to work.
Pat Kiernan, Anchor, NY1 News; Host, The World Series of Pop Culture; founder,

Recharge your financial life with this comprehensive guide to smart money choices, from credit cards to housing to health care. Christine Romans reintroduces readers to the retro rules of financial well–being lost in a decade of boom and bust.
Laura Rowley, Yahoo! Finance Columnist, and author of Money and Happiness: A Guide to Living the Good Life

Enjoy a happier, healthier, and wealthier lifestyle by living below your means.

The economy today is full of uncertainties. Will it slowly expand? Fall back into a double–dip recession? Or worse? One thing is certain budgeting is back, and smart savers and planners are now taking a new look at their finances. They are discovering old–fashioned ways for getting more out of life by spending less. Smart is the New Rich: If You Can t Afford It, Put It Down shows you how to reboot to a more rational way of thinking, how to reset your goals, and how to repair your balance sheet. This will position you for whatever comes next and help you build real wealth instead of bubble riches.

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5,0 sur 5 étoilesA great money management book and financial guide for the younger generation.
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5,0 sur 5 étoilesFantastic resource for confused, newly-minted adults
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2,0 sur 5 étoilesI've hear Christine Romans speak on a radio show and I really love what she has to say
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