Making the Most of Your Money NOW

Quinn’s guide to personal finance covers the usual terrain: budgeting, consumer debt, mortgages, college funds and investments. However, not every financial writer is blessed with Quinn’s charm-a blend of Pollyanna and Mary Poppins with a snappy wit thrown in-and her sensible approach to streamlining one’s financial life make this a stellar entry in the genre.—Publisher’s Weekly



“There is no more trustworthy figure in all of American journalism.”– Joseph Nocera, author of A Piece Of The Action

“A practical tour de force from the maven of money. This is simply the best handbook for managing personal finances that I have ever seen. It belongs on every bookshelf — or best yet, on every desk near every checkbook or computer.” – Rosabeth Moss Kanter, Harvard Business School, author of World Class

“The class book for practical financial advice – encyclopedic in scope and written with clarity and style.” – Burton G. Malkiel, author of A Random Walk Down Wall Street

“No one is smarter about money – or easier to read or clearer or more conscientious — than Jane Bryant Quinn.” – Andrew Tobias, author of The Only Investment Guide You’ll Ever Need



Smart and Simple Financial Strategies for Busy People

Are you too busy to pay much attention to your money? Do you worry that maybe you haven’t been doing the right things? This book is for you, from Jane Bryant Quinn, the most trusted voice in personal finance today. Her classic bestseller, Making the Most of Your Money, guided a generation toward smart and sensible financial choices.


Making the Most of Your Money (first edition)

This classic book of solid and practical financial advice has been completely refocused to address new tax laws, new ways of paying for higher education, new forms of health insurance, and the completely new investment climate.

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Jane’s Bio

Jane Bryant Quinn is a nationally known commentator on personal finance, with books and columns read and trusted by millions.
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