"Personal Finance For Canadians, For Dummies"
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The paper provides a review of Tyson & Martin (2001 - 3rd edition) "Personal Finance for Canadians for Dummies" that stresses the soundness of a volume that stresses everyone's ability to manage; how to avoid common errors as in consumer debt; the genuine nature of the financial services sector; how to avoid get rich quick schemes and especially, a false orientation of valuing income, savings and wealth, ahead of all else.
From the Paper:"Eric Tyson and Tony Martin have written a very balanced and easy to read volume for the Canadian reader who is expected to have no particular knowledge of finance. (2001: 3-4) "Personal Finance for Canadians for Dummies" seems excellent reading for late 2008, given the New York financial collapse that many Canadians did not foresee, the promise of a perhaps global recession forcing many Canadians to think about their financial situations, learn how to cope with losses, and prepare for a different kind of material future."
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