Get Rich Slow

How to Grow Your Wealth the Safe and Savvy Way

Get Rich Slow

"You can't get rich quickly without taking risks that could also make your poor quickly. I prefer to accumulate wealth in a safe but savvy way." Most of us lack the nerve to be entrepreneurs, but award-winning finance writer Mary Holm shows how you can get richer - slowly but surely - and still sleep soundly. What's more, you can do it simply. Read this lively, jargon-free book, set up a straightforward strategy that suits you and your budget, then sit back and watch your wealth grow while you get on with the rest of your life.

Don't Just Do Something, Sit There: A Manifesto for Living the Slow Life

Don't Just Do Something, Sit There: A Manifesto for Living the Slow Life

Popular TV and radio personality Wallace Chapman is on a mission. A mission to chill us all out. He's thought a lot about the syndrome of modern life and thinks he has a few answers. Ranging over such subjects as careers, technology, health and well-being,food,sex and relationships, and employing a captivating mix of pop psychology,science, philosophy and humour, Chapman distils the many mixed messages we receive on a daily basis into a self-help book that's not actually a self-help book. For fans of Daniel Kahneman's bestselling Thinking, Fast and Slow, and anyone else feeling the ravages of time-poorness, Don't Just Do Something, Sit There is a profound yet populisttake on considering life as we live it. A balanced life won't happen overnight and if it does, seek help. Because slow living takes time.

The Savvy Investor's Guide to Building Wealth Through Traditional Investments

The Savvy Investor's Guide to Building Wealth Through Traditional Investments

Would you like to be a millionaire? While alternative investments are an option, this easy-to-read guide focuses on traditional investments – stocks, bonds, and cash or cash equivalents. Especially written for novice investors, if you want to become a millionaire and don’t have the luck to buy a lottery ticket, this is the guide for you.

The A to Z Money Book from Armchair Millionaire

The A to Z Money Book from Armchair Millionaire

Since 2002, Lewis Schiff has published his hit column, "Ask the Armchair Millionaire" in both ArmchairMillionaire.com and CNNMoney.com, Money Magazine's web site, each week. This column regularly features the collected wisdom and homespun tales of ArmchairMillionaire.com's most savvy community members alongside Schiff's own expert advice. Its easy-to-browse format offers step-by-step solutions so the reader can put their plan into action right away. Published from 2002 to 2004, these 172 columns cover every important financial topic under the sun, from "automobile leasing" to "wills and inheritances." With The A to Z Money Book from Armchair Millionaire, you've got fingertip access to the very best insights, expertise and advice in one place -- a complete solution on your road to financial freedom!

Get Rich Quick?

Earning Money

Get Rich Quick?

Describes ways a person can make his or her money grow and how to build businesses out of interests or hobbies.

Grow Your Money!

101 Easy Tips to Plan, Save, and Invest

Grow Your Money!

Money manager Jonathan D. Pond has taught countless Americans in his series of bestselling books and PBS specials how to do the seemingly impossible: grow their money while still living the life they'd like to have. Whether planning for children, trying to afford the ones you've already got, buying a house, investing for retirement, or just learning not to live from paycheck to paycheck, Jonathan's energetic, warm, and no-nonsense financial advice has made him a regular on The Today Show and CNN as well as on PBS. In Grow Your Money, Jonathan unpacks the best of his decades of financial advice to create a cornerstone compendium. Includes: Using debt to your advantage Why collecting Social Security early is (usually) a mistake Dual-income homes: does that second paycheck help as much as you think? Getting rich slowly Give Uncle Sam his due at tax time—but not one penny more Whether you're working on your third million—or your third year out of college—take advantage of this all-time best collection of financial tools and tips from one of America's most-loved money managers and advisers.

Investing Made Easy

South East Asia, especially Malaysia and Singapore

Investing Made Easy

Everyone knows that money is essential and that without money, many wishes cannot be fulfilled. There is, however, a widespread misconception that high-income earners have an unfair edge to gain wealth and that ordinary wage earners will lose out in the race. In fact, these are just ridiculous fallacies, because as long as young people adhere strictly to the delayed gratification lifestyle, resist the attraction of "keeping up with the Joneses" and make good use of savings to invest wisely, they can become rich before they reach old age. Always remember that it's not rocket science that is the secret to getting rich, but it's just common sense. As the saying goes, "Investing is not about getting rich overnight, but to amass wealth gradually and steadily." For anyone perpetually living in a state of anxiety for the future, struggling to meet ends, worrying about immediate debt settlement, or simply committing to financial freedom, I believe this book is a godsent gift to help you. Not only does it serve to get you out of the abyss of mounting debt, but it also guides you to open the door of riches. Gaining financial security is just a matter of time if you are committed to understanding and harnessing the insights covered in this book.

Get a Life

You Don't Need a Million to Retire Well

Get a Life

Get a Life shares with readers sensible ways to ensure a fulfilling retirement -- ways that have little to do with accumulated wealth and everything to do with the quality of life. Although a sensible savings plan makes good horse sense, many other habits and decisions will determine whether people enjoy their retirement years. Author Ralph Warner stresses the importance of: -- developing family relationships -- maintaining and creating friendships -- improving health -- keeping active -- developing a robust curiosity for the world Conversations with a variety of active, older individuals are also featured.

The Joyful Frugalista

Grow your cash, be savvy with your money and live abundantly

The Joyful Frugalista

Who knew frugality could be so much fun? Australians are amongst the wealthiest people on the planet, but for some reason we don't like to think or talk about money. Once upon a time, thrift and frugality were celebrated as virtues - not anymore. When did 'frugal' become such a dirty word? It's time to reclaim it! When you respect and understand money, it almost magically transforms itself into something that grows exponentially. In The Joyful Frugalista, Money Magazine's Serina Bird shares myriad practical tips for saving money in small ways every day for a better, brighter future. Discover inside: *Ideas and resources for saving on everything from energy bills to weddings, clothing and eating out *Clever ways to cut down your waste *Tips for embracing the joy of minimalism *Ways to wring every drop of pleasure from the money you have *Challenges to help you live life better, including how to feed your family well on $50 per week. The Joyful Frugalista is the essential handbook to living frugally, mindfully and with real joy on any budget.

What's Money Got to Do with It?

The Ultimate Guide on how to Make Love and Money Work in Your Relationship

What's Money Got to Do with It?

Written from both the male and female persepective, this powerful, yet fun to read book shows how you can win at the game of love and money. It is filled with proven principles of money management and provides you with practical step-by-step tools to uncover the deeper, often hidden meanings of money and conquer the problems it raises in your relationship.