Personal Financial Management

This title identifies the most important issues in personal financial planning. The personal financial planning process, the assessment and measurement of personal financial performance, the time value of money and nine personal financial planning areas are discussed. These are career planning; income tax planning; estate planning; investment planning (financial assets, buying a house, investing in fixed assets, buying an existing business); protection planning; credit planning; productivity planning, health planning and retirement planning.
Author:
Nico Swart
Format:
Paperback

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This title identifies the most important issues in personal financial planning. The personal financial planning process, the assessment and measurement of personal financial performance, the time value of money and nine personal financial planning areas are discussed. These are career planning; income tax planning; estate planning; investment planning (financial assets, buying a house, investing in fixed assets, buying an existing business); protection planning; credit planning; productivity planning, health planning and retirement planning.

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Author:
Nico Swart
Subtitle:
(Rev)
Publisher:
Juta Academic
Imprint:
Juta
Edition:
2nd ed
ISBN:
9780702155147
Audience:
Academic
Pages:
423
Width (mm):
245
Length (mm):
165
Table of Contents:
Personal financial planning; measuring and assessing personal financial performance; the time value of money - some personal financial calculations; career planning; income tax planning; estate planning; investment planning; buying a house; buying fixed property; buying an existing business; protection planning; credit planning; productivity plan-ning; health planning; retirement planning.
Weight (g):
730

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Brilliant Book

This book was a required text book for a Personal Financial Management course for my BCom degree. It's the best book on the subject I've ever read, and I still refer back to it on a regular basis. Very thoroughly researched and if you practise a fraction of what's in it you'll be well on your way to financial independence. Very highly recommended, it'll pay for itself many times over.

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