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by Grace W. Weinstein
Author: Grace W. Weinstein
Publisher: Signet (January 5, 1988)
Category: Proper Nutrition and Fitness
Subcategory: Psychology and Counseling
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Men, Women, and Money book.
Men, Women, and Money book.
Men, Women, and Money : New Roles and New Rules. by Grace W. Weinstein. Select Format: Hardcover. Mass Market Paperback. ISBN13:9780453005265.
Weinstein, Grace W. Publication date. Business & Economics, General, Finance, Personal, Life skills guides, Women, Psychology. New York : New American Library. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded on March 29, 2012. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata).
Grace W. Weinstein is the author of eight books on personal finance, including The Lifetime of Money Management, Children and Money: A Parents Guide, and Men, Women & Money: New Roles, New Rules.
For much of my life, I dismissed personal-finance books. If I needed specific financial advice, there was Google, and I definitely didn’t want to get caught reading a self-improvement book on the subway (don’t even get me started on the cheesy covers). But the following books have made rethink my snobbery. First of all, they’re more thorough and trustworthy than most of the SEO-based advice you can find online. Second, they’re not boring; these books approach personal finance as a long-term project - with voice and humor and clarity. As far as I’m concerned they’re required reading for anyone.
Men, Women, and Money is a lost 1919 American drama silent film directed by George Melford and written by Beulah Marie Dix and Cosmo Hamilton. The film was released on June 15, 1919, by Paramount Pictures.
Since men and women have different experiences regarding earning money, they will feel differently about it, in general. For example, both men and women may shop to fit in with others and maintain a certain status or image
Since men and women have different experiences regarding earning money, they will feel differently about it, in general. Men, on average, still earn more money than women in many job fields. As a result, women may feel like their work is less valued, creating a desire to protect their incomes and succeed in earning money. Even in two-income homes, women may feel somewhat dependent on their spouses who earn more money. For example, both men and women may shop to fit in with others and maintain a certain status or image. The main difference in emotional spending between men and women is in what they’ll spend their money on. Weinstein shows readers how to avoid the stress of doing their taxes-while saving money. With this step-by-step, month-by-month guide, learn the easy way to:, Pay the least amount of tax, Take advantage of tax breaks, Fight the IRS by filing an appeal, Document a home office, Make end-of-year gifts, Cut taxes on investment income, And mor. he sooner you start,.
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