Die broke : a radical, four-part financial plan

A spectacular national bestseller, "Die Broke" has changed the way millions of people think about their money. Controversial and revolutionary, the book redesigns personal finance strategy, urging readers to spend money while they are alive; consider themselves first in the workplace; and...

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Príomhúdar: Pollan, Stephen M.
Údair Eile: Levine, Mark, 1958-
Teanga:English
Eagrán:First paperback edition.
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Achoimre:A spectacular national bestseller, "Die Broke" has changed the way millions of people think about their money. Controversial and revolutionary, the book redesigns personal finance strategy, urging readers to spend money while they are alive; consider themselves first in the workplace; and pick a new career after retiring.
Cur Síos Fisiciúil:x, 305 pages ; 21 cm
Bibleagrafaíocht:Includes bibliographical references and index.
Foilsithe: New York : HarperBusiness, 1998.
ISBN:0887309429
9780887309427
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