December 30, 2010
The Holiday Season—religious observances, Winter solstice, the New Year (per the Gregorian calendar, anyway)—brings into sharp focus the energy of spirit, community, reflection, and transformation. Humans really know how to celebrate, so feasting and gifting abound. To one degree or another most of us experience a cycle of giving, receiving, and, of course, spending. This all makes January an opportune time to take stock.
This is the best user-guide to personal finance I've found, and I've probably read them all.
According to the reviewer, "Basically, Roth has read every book and blog on money managing, investing, saving, and earning and digests and integrates all this hard-won knowledge into an amazing selection of smart, practical ideas for today....a day-to-day operating manual for your money. Specific details, sources, methods, tricks. Dip into it when you are stuck, check it before trying something new, re-read it when you think you know it all. I've done pretty well financially, and if you were to ask me my practical advice -- like what to do tomorrow -- I would simply give you this book."
No time like the present.
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