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Getting on the Money Track Paperback – October 14, 2005
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From the Back Cover
"A true financial reality and investor education series featuring real people with real-life problems and solutions. . . . Well worth watching."
—Humberto Cruz, LA Times
In today's unpredictable financial world, achieving and maintaining financial security is a major concern for many people. Getting on the MoneyTrack shows you how to make the right financial decisions for you and your family. It provides a blueprint of what you need to do to ensure a well-funded life and covers topics such as:
- Common money management mistakes and how to avoid them
- How to get and stay out of debt
- New ways to work
- Investing in real estate
- Financial planning essentials for couples
- How to raise money-savvy kids
- The best ways to save for college
Filled with in-depth insights and practical advice, Getting on the MoneyTrack provides an accessible and honest look at how you can improve your financial well-being.
About the Author
He began his career in media over ten years ago as a business correspondent for Business Talk Radio. On the nationally syndicated show Stock Talk, Rob presented the stories behind the stories on Wall Street, and explained why stocks moved higher or lower. Stock Talk was the highest-rated show ever on CNET Radio and delivered a 600% increase in listeners. Rob donates nearly 100% of his media compensation to local and national branches of the Children’s Hospital, and he lives in San Francisco, California.
Pam Krueger Executive Producer/Anchor and Veteran Financial Anchor/Reporter As the coanchor of PBS’s MoneyTrack and former coanchor and producer of TechTV’s, The Money Machine, Pam Krueger has been imparting financial wisdom to viewers for ten years. Pam is also a regularly featured money reporter for the Emmy Winning show, Money Moves, seen on PBS. In 2001, she produced NETworth, a one-hour special that was broadcast on more than 70 PBS stations.
Pam has a passion for economics and has been a stockbroker for nine years.
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Top Customer Reviews
He provided consolidated financial investment stratgies in this book which includes Real estate, college savings plan, retirement and investing on stocks and bonds.
I would recommend this book
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Liked the book. Good solid points to live by. Bought the book because of rob blacks radio show which is exceptional. Read morePublished on March 12, 2013 by Bridgen1
Basic money management book that could have been cut and pasted from hundreds of other below average money management books. Read morePublished on May 8, 2010 by Kierin Doherty