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Talking Dollars and Making Sense: A Wealth Building Guide for African-Americans
by Brooke Stephens



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    List Price: $14.95 (store prices may vary)
    Format: Paperback
    Classification: Fiction
    Page Count: 352
    ISBN13: 9780070613898
    Imprint: McGraw-Hill Education
    Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education
    Parent Company: McGraw-Hill Education

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    African-americans control more than $400 billion in income. But when it comes to managing money, like everyone else, they have been poorly educated in the basics. In Talking Dollars and Making Sense, noted African-American financial planner Brooke Stephens, offers prudent and sensitive advice on money mangement that will help you take control of your finances and plan more effectively for the future. Written within the social, cultural, and historical framework of the African-American experience, this book honestly examines the attitudes, beliefs and behaviors of African-Americans and their finances. Stephens handily covers the basics of wealth-building, including: Goal-setting Managing credit Home-buying Investing Insurance Tax strategies Educating children about money Talking Dollars and Making Sense goes beyond simple financial planning, discussing the specific financial dilemmas African-Americans often find themselves in. Filled with anecdotes, quotes, aphorisms, and profiles of contemporary and historical trailblazers who have had an impact on the economic life of their communities, this guide to financial freedom will help your sense of the intracacies of money management and to achieve your financial goals.

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