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"Great resource for individual investors and professionals." -- Morningstar

"Precision Information's tutorials are easy to read, accurate and straight to the point." -- Michael Gordon, New York Life

"Simple ... intelligent but not intimidating." -- Hartford Courant

"The Encyclopedia does a good job of presenting facts and information in a straightforward and unbiased manner." -- Humberto Cruz, syndicated columnist

"The information is digestible and written in language that the average person can understand. An excellent production--a winner!" -- Dalton Pen Award judges
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  • Series: Encyclopedia of Personal Finance
  • CD-ROM
  • Publisher: Precision Information, LLC (January 1, 2006)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0977632210
  • ISBN-13: 978-0977632213
  • Product Dimensions: 7.4 x 5.3 x 0.6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 3.2 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #14,498,444 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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By Michael G. Marcoe on January 12, 2006
Format: CD-ROM
The Encyclopedia of Personal Finance covers the whole spectrum of investing: from stocks and bonds to mutual funds and CDs, from long-term care insurance to estate planning, from investment strategies to retirement planning, from analyzing investments to analyzing company data, from economics to financial institutions. And then there are important tax laws, investment theories and models, and discussion of how to read stock tables and other displays.

The "Encyclopedia of Personal Finance: NBR Edition" is the award-winning financial education software product from Precision Information. The crux of the product is 260+ interactive tutorials that lead readers through dozens of important topics that will answer their questions and round out their knowledge of today's financial world. Along the way, readers can be tested with quiz questions if they so choose. The material is also available in the form of stand-alone articles that zero in on particular topics. Twenty quick-loading video segments from Nightly Business Report discuss a variety of topics from mutual funds to insurance to the stock market.

The Encyclopedia is written and edited in a down-to-earth format that is accessible to the average reader; most of it is written for beginning and intermediate investors. The authors also use humor where appropriate. Some tutorials are written for more advanced readers. Features of the Encyclopedia include:

* Over 3,500 interactive quiz questions

* Over 30 calculators

* 20 video segments from Nightly Business Report

* Links to related tutorials, articles, and calculators within

* A glossary of over 1,700 important terms

* "Getting Started" guides that group topics together for convenience.
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The Encyclopedia of Personal Finance covers the whole spectrum of investing: from stocks and bonds to mutual funds and CDs, from long-term care insurance to estate planning, from investment strategies to retirement planning, from analyzing investments to analyzing company data, from economics to financial institutions. And then there are important tax laws, investment theories and models, and discussion of how to read stock tables and other displays.

The "Encyclopedia of Personal Finance: NBR Edition" is the award-winning financial education software product from Precision Information. The crux of the product is 260+ interactive tutorials that lead readers through dozens of important topics that will answer their questions and round out their knowledge of today's financial world. Along the way, readers can be tested with quiz questions if they so choose. The material is also available in the form of stand-alone articles that zero in on particular topics. Twenty quick-loading video segments from Nightly Business Report discuss a variety of topics from mutual funds to insurance to the stock market.

The Encyclopedia is written and edited in a down-to-earth format that is accessible to the average reader; most of it is written for beginning and intermediate investors. The authors also use humor where appropriate. Some tutorials are written for more advanced readers. Features of the Encyclopedia include:

* Over 3,500 interactive quiz questions

* Over 30 calculators

* 20 video segments from Nightly Business Report

* Links to related tutorials, articles, and calculators within

* A glossary of over 1,700 important terms

* "Getting Started" guides that group topics together for convenience.
Read more ›
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