Take control of your money no matter how much (or little) you have
Planning your financial future isn't exactly a barrel of laughs. Then again, neither is going broke. And to avoid one, you just might have to do the other.
"I Hate Financial Planning" takes an entertaining approach to one of today's most seriously dull subjects. Packed with no-nonsense information that can help you bring your financial future into focus, it removes the intimidation factor that prevents most of us from making progress with our money. From saving for a house to managing your 401(k) or other retirement accounts, "I Hate Financial Planning" may help you reach your goals--or set some in the first place. This guide also contains: Strategies for pulling yourself out of debt and properly managing "good" debtStep-by-step guidelines on boosting your credit rating, protecting your identity, and writing a willEasy explanations of investing and insurance conceptsWorksheets and other procrastination tools for calculating your net worth, creating a budget, and more
If you can relate to the title of this book, you're not alone. Three in four Americans would rather get a root canal than meet with a financial professional. "I Hate Financial Planning" will give you what you need to take the dread out of managing your money.