25 Myths You’ve Got to Avoid If You Want to Manage Your Money Right

In a lively, irreverent style, award-winning Wall Street Journal columnist, Jonathan Clements, debunks these and other money management myths. He contends that yesterday’s rules no longer work and have instead become a recipe for disaster.

Clements addresses myth after myth by exposing their flaws and helping you rethink your financial strategies. For example, do you, like many people, think hard assets like gold, silver, antiques, or baseball cards, are a good investment? Clements, in response, points out the pitfalls and generally low return of such assets.

In this savvy, personal finance guide, Clements offers clear, practical advice and a reliable action plan for helping you achieve four major investment goals: owning a home, financing college, preparing for emergencies, and retiring in comfort.

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