Financial Planning: A Beginner's Guide
by Marc Beaudoin, Philippe Beaudoin, Pierre-Luc Bernier
Publisher: Smashwords 2015
Number of pages: 190
This book deals with topics of personal finance (investments, life insurance, retirement planning strategies, etc.) in a warm and humorous manner. Topics are clearly defined and presented in the context of a father and son chat. The reader is able to listen in on the conversations shared between an eager-to-teach father, and a not-so-ready-to-listen son.
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