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Book details
  • SubGenre:Personal Finance / General
  • Language:English
  • Series title:Smart Books
  • Series Number:1
  • Pages:384
  • eBook ISBN:9780984387731

Money Smart

How to Spend, Save, Eliminate Debt, and Achieve Financial Freedom

by Ted Hunter

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Winner of the Eric Hoffer Book Award, Money Smart delivers a better approach to personal money management with a simple and accessible style. Author Ted Hunter shows readers that they are capable of managing their money better than anyone else, including financial professionals. He first exposes the destructive myths and system-wide incompetence that have dominated money management advice for decades. Hunter then empowers readers by providing the information they need to make their own decisions.
An award-winning book, Money Smart offers a thorough education in financial topics, to help readers achieve financial freedom, including setting up a financial plan, spending and saving, buying and selling a home or car, paying for an education, recognizing the importance of market cycles, and understanding the various investment and insurance options. Presenting easy-to-use tools and a clear list of rules to follow, Money Smart teaches readers how to make solid, educated decisions so they can effectively manage their money. With a direct approach and personal anecdotes to demonstrating his time-tested advice, Hunter reveals a comprehensive approach to personal money management. Readers will receive tools for getting out of debt now; learn to spend smart, save more, and take charge of their money; and they will discover how to balance enjoying life now with planning for the future, so they can achieve the ultimate goal of financial freedom. 2011 winner of the Eric Hoffer Book Award, Money Smart is supported by a rich and dynamic website resource ( and is America's go-to manual for personal money management.
About the author
Ted Hunter has been a successful businessman and entrepreneur for over 60 years, including several decades as an insider in both the real estate industry and on Wall Street. Thirty years ago, he built a successful real estate brokerage with over 100 agents, which went bust in the real estate crash of the late ’80s. Learning from this experience, he entered the world of Wall Street at the end of 1990. He helped his clients to consistently outperform the market, and then advised them to get out of the stock market in early 2000 before the market started to dive. In the fall of 2005 he did it again by warning all who would listen of the coming crash of the real estate market. He is passionate about exposing the problems with the current money management system and sharing a better approach.
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