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Making Sense Of The Dollar

Author : Marc Chandler
ISBN : 9780470885383
Genre : Business & Economics
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Has the greenback really lost its preeminent place in the world? Not according to currency expert Marc Chandler, who explains why so many are—wrongly—pessimistic about both the dollar and the U.S. economy. Making Sense of the Dollar explores the many factors—trade deficits, the dollar’s role in the world, globalization, capitalism, and more—that affect the dollar and the U.S. economy and lead to the inescapable conclusion that both are much stronger than many people suppose. Marc Chandler has been covering the global capital markets for twenty years as a foreign exchange strategist for several Wall Street firms. He is one of the most widely respected and quoted currency experts today.

Making Sense On The Dollar

Author : Cfp Ea Scott K Anderson Jr Cpa
ISBN : 1477576673
Genre : Business & Economics
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Thanks to the Internet, all of us have too much information about financial, investment and retirement planning. Every alternative has an apparent rationale and success story, so it is difficult to know what to do. Without a basic understanding of what is really involved in such planning, it is even harder to set and keep realistic goals in those endeavors. Using client experiences and situations, Scott discusses the pot holes, pitfalls, and conflicts that many people encounter in even the most basic efforts in financial, investment and retirement planning. Making Sense on the Dollar is an easy to read resource for straightforward discussions about the financial, investment and retirement planning processes and the trade-offs involved in those processes. It should be the first book anyone interested in financial, investment and retirement planning should read before seeking professional guidance in those areas.

Making Sense Out Of Dollars

Author : Brian Shellabarger
ISBN : 1435701933
Genre : Business & Economics
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Making Sense Out of Dollars is designed to help the average American understand the basic principles of economics that make this country work. Most people don't have the patience or the time to sit through the complex theoretical textbook approach that's traditionally used to teach economics. Topics covered include the stock market, inflation, the U.S. Dollar, the national debt, the federal reserve, and more. Even if you think you already know these concepts, you'll find additional insights by reading these pages. The book can be read and understood in an evening and uses a combination of basic diagrams and real-world, simplistic examples to help make complex topics easy to understand. Students, parents, and anyone else with a desire to understand the impact of the evening headlines will benefit from this book.

Making Sense Of Federal Dollars

Author : Paula Duggan
ISBN : 1882061357
Genre : Business & Economics
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Talking Dollars And Making Sense

Author : Brooke M. Stephens
ISBN : 0070613893
Genre : Business & Economics
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Offers advice on money management that will help readers take control of their finances and plan more effectively for the future, in a guide that focuses on the African American experience

Begging For Change

Author : Robert Egger
ISBN : 9780062013224
Genre : Business & Economics
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You are a good person. You are one of the 84 million Americans who volunteer with a charity. You are part of a national donor pool that contributes nearly $200 billion to good causes every year. But you wonder: Why don't your efforts seem to make a difference? Fifteen years ago, Robert Egger asked himself this same question as he reluctantly climbed aboard a food service truck for a night of volunteering to help serve meals to the homeless. He wondered why there were still people waiting in line for soup in this day and age. Where were the drug counselors, the job trainers, and the support team to help these men and women get off the streets? Why were volunteers buying supplies from grocery stores when restaurants were throwing away unused fresh food every night? Why had politicians, citizens, and local businesses allowed charity to become an end in itself? Why wasn't there an efficient way to solve the problem? Robert knew there had to be a better way. In 1989, he started the D.C. Central Kitchen by collecting unused food from local restaurants, caterers, and hotels and bringing it back to a central location where hot, nutritious meals were prepared and distributed to agencies around the city. Since then, the D.C. Central Kitchen has been named one of President Bush Sr.'s Thousand Points of Light and has become one of the most respected and emulated nonprofit agencies in the world, producing and distributing more than 4,000 meals a day. Its highly successful 12-week job-training program equips former homeless transients and drug addicts with culinary and life skills to gain employment in the restaurant business. In Begging for Change, Robert Egger looks back on his experience and exposes the startling lack of logic, waste, and ineffectiveness he has encountered during his years in the nonprofit sector, and calls for reform of this $800 billion industry from the inside out. In his entertaining and inimitable way, he weaves stories from his days in music, when he encountered legends such as Sarah Vaughan, Mel Torme, and Iggy Pop, together with stories from his experiences in the hunger movement -- and recently as volunteer interim director to help clean up the beleaguered United Way National Capital Area. He asks for nonprofits to be more innovative and results-driven, for corporate and nonprofit leaders to be more focused and responsible, and for citizens who contribute their time and money to be smarter and more demanding of nonprofits and what they provide in return. Robert's appeal to common sense will resonate with readers who are tired of hearing the same nonprofit fund-raising appeals and pity-based messages. Instead of asking the "who" and "what" of giving, he leads the way in asking the "how" and "why" in order to move beyond our 19th-century concept of charity, and usher in a 21st-century model of change and reform for nonprofits. Enlightening and provocative, engaging and moving, this book is essential reading for nonprofit managers, corporate leaders, and, most of all, any citizen who has ever cared enough to give of themselves to a worthy cause.

Dollars And Sense

Author : Dan Ariely
ISBN : 1432850180
Genre : Business & Economics
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Modern Political Economics

Author : Yanis Varoufakis
ISBN : 9781136814747
Genre : Business & Economics
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In 2008, not only did the financial system collapse, and send the real economy into a tailspin, but it also revealed the great gulf separating economics from a very real capitalism. Modern Political Economics has a single aim: To help readers make sense of how 2008 came about and what the post-2008 world has in store.

Mom S Money Lessons

Author : teneshia Lafaye
ISBN : 0741476568
Genre : Business & Economics
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Mom's Money Lessons takes you on the author's journey from being considered a rich kid to being a broke award-winning sports writer to being a financially secure insurance agent. By exposing her financial struggles and triumphs, Teneshia LaFaye helps you make sense out of your dollars. If you want to get your money right, this book is for you. You will learn: A simple budget rule to live a good life no matter how much you make How much car you can really afford How to establish an excellent credit rating How to avoid the tricks credit card companies play to make lots of money off you How to save $500,000-1 million for your retirement

Making Sense Of Social Security Reform

Author : Daniel Shaviro
ISBN : 0226751171
Genre : Business & Economics
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The Social Security Act of 1935 must be counted among the most monumental pieces of legislation ever passed by Congress. Today, sixty-five years after its enactment, public support for Social Security remains extremely strong. At the same time, there have been reports that Social Security is in grave danger of financial collapse, and numerous groups across the political spectrum have agitated for its reform. The president has put forward proposals to rescue Social Security, conservatives argue for its privatization, and liberals advocate increases in its funding from surplus tax revenues. But what is the average person to make of all this? How many Americans know where the money for Social Security benefits really comes from, or who wins and loses from the system's overall operations? Few people understand the current Social Security system in even its broadest outlines. And yet Social Security reform is ranked among the most important social issues of our time. With Making Sense of Social Security Reform, Daniel Shaviro makes an important contribution to the public understanding of the issues involved in reforming Social Security. His book clearly and straightforwardly describes the current system and the pressures that have been brought to bear upon it, before dissecting and evaluating the various reform proposals. Accessible to anyone who has an interest in the issue, Shaviro's new work is unique in offering a balanced, nonpartisan account.

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