Table of contents for Personal finance for dummies / Eric Tyson.


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Introduction.  
  Part I: Assessing Your Fitness and Setting Goals.  
  Chapter 1: Improving Your Financial Fitness.  
  Chapter 2: Setting and Achieving Goals.  
  Part II: Saving More, Spending Less.  
  Chapter 3: Determining Where Your Money Goes.  
  Chapter 4: Conquering Debt and Credit Problems.  
  Chapter 5: Reducing Your Spending.  
  Chapter 6: Taming Taxes.  
  Part III: Building Wealth through Investing.  
  Chapter 7: Important Investment Concepts.  
  Chapter 8: Choosing Your Investment Vehicles.  
  Chapter 9: Investing in Mutual Funds.  
  Chapter 10: Investing in Retirement Accounts.  
  Chapter 11: Investing Outside Retirement Accounts.  
  Chapter 12: Investing for Educational Expenses.  
  Chapter 13: Investing in Real Estate.  
  Part IV: Insurance: Protecting What You’ve Got.  
  Chapter 14: Insurance: Getting What You Need at the Best Price.  
  Chapter 15: Insurance on You: Life, Disability, and Health.  
  Chapter 16: Covering Your Assets.  
  Part V: Where to Go for More Help.  
  Chapter 17: Working with Financial Planners.  
  Chapter 18: Computer Money Management.  
  Chapter 19: On Air and in Print.  
  Part VI: The Part of Tens.  
  Chapter 20: Survival Guide for Ten Life Changes.  
  Chapter 21: Ten Things More Important than Money.  
  Glossary.  
  Index.


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