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Book Reviews and Interviews

Book reviews and author interviews from IndexCreditCards.com's Adam Jusko. Are you an author or publisher of a book in the business, financial, or life skills area and want to be reviewed? E-mail mac@indexcreditcards.com for information on where to send materials. We can not guarantee a review of every book sent, but will try our best!

 

Book Review: The Millionaire Zone by Jennifer Openshaw

Book Review: Who's Afraid To Be A Millionaire? by Kelvin Boston

Book Review: The Wall Street Journal Complete Personal Finance Guidebook and The Wall Street Journal Personal Finance Workbook by Jeff Opdyke

Book Review: Revolutionary Wealth by Alvin Toffler & Heidi Toffler

Book Review: The Richest Man Who Ever Lived: King Solomon's Secrets to success, Wealth, and Happiness by Steven K. Scott

Book Review: Generation Debt: Why Now Is A Terrible Time To Be Young by Anya Kamenetz Also: Interview with author Anya Kamenetz

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Reviews & Interviews

Tuesday,14th December, 2010
Review: The Wall Street Journal Complete Personal Finance Guidebook and The Wall Street Journal Personal Finance Workbook A former co-worker of mine used to throw all her bills in a pile and pay them whenever she had extra money--her idea of personal finance savvy was pulling from the bottom of the pile in order to pay the most overdue bills first. While it's easy to shake our heads at such ghastly money decisions, most of us are still making our own financial blunders. Two new books from The Wall Street Journal aim to get us on the right track. Authored by .......

Book Review: Generation Debt by Anya Kamenetz

Tuesday,07th September, 2010
Review: Generation Debt: Why Now Is A Terrible Time To Be Young Things are tough all over, but Anya Kamenetz, author of Generation Debt, thinks they may be toughest for young people. So much so that Generation Debt carries the ominous subtitle "Why Now Is A Terrible Time To Be Young." In writing this book, Kamenetz understands that others may perceive her (or her generation) as children who whine "not fair" when things don't go their way. While she occasionally slips into this voice ("those of us between eighteen and thirty-five have somehow been cheated out of our inheritance" "it's not too .......

Book Review: Revolutionary Wealth by Alvin and Heidi Toffler

Tuesday,07th September, 2010
Ever since Future Shock made waves in 1970 with its vision of a future moving faster than our ability to cope with it, the husband and wife team of Alvin & Heidi Toffler have become .......

Book Review: The Millionaire Zone by Jennifer Openshaw

Tuesday,07th September, 2010
The word "millionaire" has always conjured up images of the good life---sitting by the pool sipping margaritas, having our driver Charles bring the car around for our Sunday drive in the country. Of course a million hasn't really bought you this life since the days of The Great Gatsby, but nevertheless few of us would turn our noses up at being millionaires. Given the negative savings rates in this country, a million dollars is still significant wealth to most of us, and a goal worth pursuing. Financial writer and successful entrepreneur Jennifer Openshaw's new book The Millionare Zone aims to .......

Book Review: The Richest Man Who Ever Lived by Steven K. Scott

Tuesday,07th September, 2010
Review: The Richest Man Who Ever Lived: King Solomon's Secrets to Success, Wealth, and Happiness Each year hundreds of books hit the market designed to help you achieve greater success, get richer, and find happiness. You would think .......

Book Review: Who's Afraid To Be A Millionaire? By Kelvin Boston

Tuesday,07th September, 2010
Review: Who's Afraid To Be A Millionaire?Are you afraid to be a millionaire? Maybe you are and you don't even know it. At least that's what Kelvin Boston, host of the PBS show Moneywise, is saying in his new book titled--wait for it--Who's Afraid To Be A Millionaire? You may not be afraid of having money, of course. But you may be afraid of doing what it takes to be a millionaire, even though the potential is there for just about all of us, regardless of our salaries. The world is a financial game, and if you're not playing, you're losing. .......

Interview: Anya Kamenetz, Author of Generation Debt

Tuesday,07th September, 2010
Interview: Anya Kamenetz, Author of Generation Debt: Why Now Is A Terrible Time To Be Young Last week I reviewed Generation Debt by Anya Kamenetz, a 25-year-old-writer for the Village Voice. In the book, Kamenetz describes the sorry .......