These titles were recently added to the collection of the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County.
April 24, 2017
Santa Barbara, California : Praeger, an imprint of ABC-CLIO, LLC, 
xix, 196 pages ; 25 cm
Money matters : retirement expenses, savings, and fiscal decision-making -- The benefits of community living -- Help with money, care, and home management -- Essential legal planning -- Driving while elderly -- Care coordination : treating the patient, not diseases -- Long-term care -- Exit strategies : maintaining control at the end of life.
"Using an interdisciplinary approach, Aging win a plan...develops recommendations for building sustainable social, legal, medical, and financial support systems that can promote a good quality of life throughout the aging process" --Inside jacket.
April 21, 2017
Sincero, Jen, 1965- author.
New York, New York : Viking, 
xii, 269 pages ; 22 cm
Allowance -- Why you ain't rollin' in the cheddah. Yet. -- A tiny but mighty chapter about universal intelligence -- Show me the money -- Best practices for busting yourself -- The hollering of your heart -- Your mental moneymaker -- Faith and gratitudinal gold -- Decisive action: the choice of champions -- Movin' on up -- And now, a word from my accountant... -- Your inner wealth -- Tenacity -- Change loves company.
Shares step-by-step guidelines for overcoming blocks, moving past fear, and making real-world money, revealing how personal perceptions and bank accounts reflect obstructive beliefs that can be rendered lucrative through strategic concept changes.
April 18, 2017
Foster City, CA : IDG Books Worldwide, c1996-
v. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Vols. for 1996-<2017> by Eric Tyson.
Imprint varies: 2003, New York : Wiley Publishing ; 2006-<2017> Hoboken, N.J. : Wiley Publishing.
April 17, 2017
Santa Barbara, Califfornia : Praeger, an imprint of ABC-CLIO, 
xii, 178 pages ; 25 cm
Going to college -- What does money mean to you? -- Setting your goals -- Where should you live? At home? On campus? Off campus? -- Necessary expenses -- Optional expenses -- Borrowing, credit, and debt -- Saving and investing -- Setting budgets and making financial plans -- Changing habits and behavior.
April 17, 2017
Smith, Andrew O., 1962- author.
Santa Barbara, Calif. : Praeger an imprint of ABC-CLIO, LLC, 2016.
xx, 194 pages ; 24 cm
Acknowledgments -- Prologue: a tale of two teens -- Financial planning -- Careers -- Business and entrepreneurship -- Savings and banking -- Budgeting and spending -- Credit and debt -- Bankruptcy -- Investments -- Avoiding financial scams -- Insurance -- Taxes -- Government benefits -- Legal issues -- Growing older -- Appendix 1: Website content -- Appendix 2: Takeaway tips -- Appendix 3: Curriculum planning -- Index -- About the author.
A modern primer on consumer finance and personal money management intended for readers aged 15 to 30, this guide can also serve as a primary text for high school, college, or adult education courses on personal finance. --Publisher.
April 6, 2017
Edelman, Ric, author.
New York : Simon & Schuster, 2017.
xli, 346 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Foreword / Peter H. Diamandis -- Prologue: Why Yogi Berra was right -- Part one: A tour of exponential technologies. Connecting with each other ; Big data ; Robotics ; Nanotechnology and materials science ; 3D printing ; Medicine and neuroscience ; Energy and environmental systems ; Innovations in education ; The future of leisure and recreation ; Financial services innovation ; Safety and security ; The dark side -- Part two: What exponential technologies mean for personal finance. The financial plan you need now for the future you're going to have ; Career planning ; College planning ; Protecting your privacy ; The investment strategy you need for the future ; Where you'll live in the future ; A second home ; Long-term care in the future ; Estate planning for the family of the future -- Epilogue: Welcome to the greatest time of your life -- The other side of money / by Jean Edelman.
"Award-winning financial advisor Ric Edelman reveals how exponential technologies will alter virtually every aspect of your life-with profound implications for your personal finances. Ric radically upends traditional financial planning, showing that you need not just one financial plan, but three--one for now, one for later, and one for much later. You'll learn: why you're likely to live and enjoy good health much longer than you realize--and the impact on your financial future; how you must alter your plan to shift from the familiar linear lifeline (school-job-retirement-death) to the new cyclical lifeline; the importance of Career Planning--even if you're in your 50s or 60s--and how to manage this transition without damaging your savings and investments or incurring debt; the one investment strategy you need in the 21st century, including how to invest in companies that are leaders in exponential technologies and how to generate income from your investments; why nursing homes are becoming obsolete--and with them, long-term care insurance policies, and what this means for you; how to deal with new complexity in estate planning--including the handling of such issues as protection of digital assets; how you'll spend your time--and money--in retirement, and why the future will be the happiest time of your life."--Jacket.
March 31, 2017
Morduch, Jonathan, author.
Princeton, New Jersey : Princeton University Press, 
xii, 233 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Worlds of uncertainty: Earning ; Spending ; Smoothing and spiking -- How families cope: Saving ; Borrowing ; Sharing -- New ways of seeing: Sometimes poor ; Secure and in control.
Drawing on the groundbreaking U.S. Financial Diaries project, which follows the lives of 235 low- and middle-income families as they navigate through a year, the authors challenge popular assumptions about how Americans earn, spend, borrow, and save-- and they identify the true causes of distress and inequality for many working Americans.
March 29, 2017
Kobliner, Beth, 1965- author.
xvi, 330 pages ; 22 cm
Crib notes -- Taking stock of your financial life -- Dealing with debt -- Basic banking -- All you really need to know about investing -- Living the good life in 2070 -- Oh, give me a home -- Insurance: what you need and what you don't -- How to make your life less taxing -- Making the most of military benefits.
"A completely revised and updated fourth edition of the New York Times bestseller, designed to guide younger adults through the world of personal finance. More than ever before, people in their twenties and thirties need help getting their financial lives in order. And who could blame them? These so-called millennials have come of age in the wake of the worst economic crisis in memory, and are now trying to get by in its aftermath. They owe record levels of student loan debt, face sky-high rents, and struggle to live on a budget in an uncertain economy. It's time for them to get a financial life"-- Provided by publisher.
March 21, 2017
Harzog, Beverly Blair, author.
New York, New York : DK, 2017.
255 pages : color illustrations ; 24 cm
Money Basics -- The evolution of money -- Profit-Making and Financial Institutions -- Corporate accounting -- Financial instruments -- Financial markets -- Financial institutions -- Government Finance and Public Money -- The money supply -- Managing state finance -- Attempting control -- Why governments fail financially -- Personal Finance -- Worth, wealth, and income -- Investments for income -- Wealth-building investments -- Managing investments -- Pensions and retirement -- Debt -- Money in the digital age.
A guide to key financial concepts relies on bold, clear infographics to easily explain economics and finances.
March 20, 2017
Booth, Danielle DiMartino, author.
New York : Portfolio/Penguin, an imprint of Penguin Random House LLC, 
viii, 326 pages ; 24 cm
"Groupstink" -- Who would buy that crap? -- Saint Greenspan -- Inside the black box -- The first tremors -- Front-running the Fed -- The maverick -- The inner sanctum -- "Luddite!" -- Helpless -- Slapped in the face by the Invisible Hand -- Heads must roll -- Breaking the buck -- Breaching the zero bound -- The walking dead -- Dr. Ben pulls a bait and switch -- A turning point -- Insider trading? -- Spinning Fedwire -- The taper tantrum -- The new sheriff in town -- Culture shock.
"An insider's unflinching expose of the toxic culture within the Federal Reserve. In the early 2000s, as a Wall Street escapee writing a financial column for the Dallas Morning News, Booth attracted attention for her bold criticism of the Fed's low interest rate policies and her cautionary warnings about the bubbly housing market. Nobody was more surprised than she when the folks at the Dallas Federal Reserve invited her aboard. Figuring she could have more of an impact on Fed policies from the inside, she accepted the call to duty and rose to be one of Dallas Fed president Richard Fisher's closest advisors. To her dismay, the culture at the Fed--and its leadership--were not just ignorant of the brewing financial crisis, but indifferent to its very possibility. They interpreted their job of keeping the economy going to mean keeping Wall Street afloat at the expense of the American taxpayer. But bad Fed policy created unaffordable housing, skewed incentives, rampant corporate financial engineering, stagnant wages, an exodus from the labor force, and skyrocketing student debt. Booth observed firsthand how the Fed abdicated its responsibility to the American people both before and after the financial crisis--and how nobody within the Fed seems to have learned or changed from the experience. Today, the Federal Reserve is still controlled by 1,000 PhD economists and run by an unelected West Coast radical with no direct business experience. The Fed continues to enable Congress to grow our nation's ballooning debt and avoid making hard choices, despite the high psychological and monetary costs. And our addiction to the "heroin" of low interest rates is pushing our economy towards yet another collapse. This book is Booth's clarion call for a change in the way America's most powerful financial institution is run--before it's too late"--Provided by publisher.
March 15, 2017
Sandberg, Bobbi, author.
New York : McGraw-Hill Education, 
xvi, 560 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
March 10, 2017
Hurme, Sally Balch, author.
Chicago, Illinois : American Bar Association, 
xvii, 294 pages : illustrations, forms ; 26 cm
"AARP real possibilities.''
Ready ... set... retire! 15 key steps to getting the most out of your retirement -- Adjust to changing relationships -- Get organized and clean out the clutter -- Work with your retirement team -- Welcome your new adventure -- Decide where to live -- Retiring abroad -- Take control of financial maters -- Manage retirement plans and benefits -- Insure a sound retirement -- Deal with legal matters -- Take care of yourself.
March 9, 2017
Bradley, Claire, 1974- author.
384 pages : illustrations, some color ; 23 cm
Revised edition of the author's 101 ways to score higher on your series 7 exam, ©2010.
Introduction -- Studying and testing strategies -- Equity securities -- Debt instruments -- Municipal securities -- Packaged securities -- Direct participation programs (DPPs) -- Derivatives -- Investment information : taxation -- Explaining security markets and functions -- Economics, securities, and the business cycle -- Analyzing securities -- Evaluating your customer's financial needs -- Transactions and account management -- Special customer accounts: margin -- You passed! Now what? -- Conclusion.
March 7, 2017
Berkeley, CA : Nolo, c2005-
v. ; 28 cm.
Vols. for <2008-2016> by Melanie Cullen with Shae Irving, J.D.
"Organize your records so your family won't have to."
March 6, 2017
Cohan, William D., author.
xxx, 154 pages ; 20 cm
What is Wall Street? -- The beginning -- What are banks? -- Crises -- The story of the central bank -- What we can learn from the Great Depression -- The problem with going public -- Innovation -- Why Wall Street matters.
"Anti-bank sentiment has reached a boiling point in America. What started with Occupy Wall Street and Bill Maher satirically calling for the death of Wall Street bankers has culminated with Bernie Sanders pushing the dissolution of the big banks into the official 2016 Democratic platform. But in Cohan's estimation, that sentiment is not only woefully ill-informed, but dangerously naive. Starting with what Wall Street literally is and what it actually does, Cohan swiftly debunks all of the misinformed arguments against it while acknowledging the problems that fuel those feelings. We can be mad at the greed and excess, but at the end of the day, Wall Street is the capital in capitalism, and when its working right, is the invisible engine that powers the ideas we have and the lives we love"-- Provided by publisher.
March 6, 2017
Robbins, Anthony, author.
xxiv, 231 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Section I. Wealth: The rule book -- Unshakeable: power and peace of mind in a world of uncertainty -- Winter is coming . . . but when?: these seven facts will free you from the fear of corrections and crashes -- Hidden fees and half-truths: how Wall Street fools you into overpaying for underperformance -- Rescuing our retirement plans: what your 401(k) provider doesn't want you to know -- Who can you really trust?: pulling back the curtain on the tricks of the trade -- Section II. The unshakeable playbook -- The core four: four principles that can help guide every investment decision you make -- Slay the bear: how to navigate crashes and corrections to accelerate your financial freedom -- Section III. The psychology of wealth -- Silencing the enemy within: the six biggest mistakes investors make and how to avoid them -- Real wealth: making the most important decision of your life.
Guides readers on the path to financial freedom, discussing how to not only weather but gain from fluctuations in the stock market, how to get more out of a 401(k), and how to avoid paying hidden fees.
February 14, 2017
Kobliner, Beth, 1965- author.
256 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
14 rules for talking to your kids about money -- Save more -- Hard work pays -- Drop debt -- Better, smarter spending -- Get insured -- The plain truth about investing -- Give back -- Your kid's most important financial decision: college -- Financial advice for you, the parent.
"From Beth Kobliner, the author of the bestselling personal finance bible Get a Financial Life--a new, must-have guide showing parents how to teach their children (from toddlers to young adults) to manage money in a smart way. Many of us think we can have the 'money talk' when our kids are old enough to get it...which won't be for years, right? But get this: research shows that even preschoolers can understand basic money concepts, and a study from Cambridge University confirmed that basic money habits are formed by the age of seven. Oh, and research shows the number one influence on kids' financial behaviors is mom and dad. Clearly, we can't afford to wait"-- Publisher.
February 3, 2017
Currie, Stephen, 1960- author.
San Diego, CA : ReferencePoint Press, 
64 pages : color illustrations ; 24 cm
Why save? -- How to save -- Banks, credit unions, and CDs -- The stock market -- Bonds and mutual funds.
Presents information and advice for teens about how to save money, covering credit unions, stock markets, and bonds and mutual funds. --Publisher
February 2, 2017
Thorp, Edward O., author.
xvi, 396 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations ; 25 cm
Introduction -- Loving to learn -- Science is my playground -- Physics and mathematics -- Las Vegas -- Conquering blackjack -- The day of the lamb -- Card counting for everyone -- Players versus casinos -- A computer that predicts roulette -- An edge at other gambling games -- Wall Street: the greatest casino on earth -- Bridge with Buffett -- Going into partnership -- Front-running the quantitative revolution -- Rise -- ... and fall -- Period of adjustment -- Swindles and hazards -- Buying low, selling high -- Backing the truck up to the banks -- One last puff -- Hedging one's bets -- How rich is rich? -- Compound growth: the eighth wonder of the world -- Beat most investors by indexing -- Can you beat the market? should you try? -- Asset allocation and wealth management -- Giving back -- Financial crises: lessons not learned -- Thoughts -- Epilogue.
Traces the author's experiences as a mathematics wizard, author, inventor, hedge-fund manager, and card-counter who revealed casino-beating strategies, invented the first wearable computer, and launched a Wall Street revolution.
January 24, 2017
Servon, Lisa J., author.
xix, 250 pages ; 24 cm
We're all underbanked -- Where everybody knows your name -- Bankonomics, or How banking changed and most of us lost out -- The new middle class -- The credit trap : "bad debt" and real life -- Payday loans : making the best of poor options -- Living in the minus : the millennial perspective -- Borrowing and saving under the radar -- Inside the innovators -- Rejecting the new normal.
Discusses the problems with American banking and investigates such informal banking alternatives as check-cashing businesses, payday lenders, and lending clubs.
January 13, 2017
Dent, Harry S., Jr., 1950- author.
xi, 345 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
"In this pressing book, you'll learn not only why a collapse is imminent, but how to identify bubbles and tune in to the cycles driving that drive booms and busts. Practical, accessible, and illuminating, The Sale of a Lifetime will protect you from the tough challenges ahead and help you cash in on the unique opportunities of the next few years. At stake is nothing less than your entire financial future."--Amazon.
January 10, 2017
Norcross, Ga. : McFadden Business Publications,
v. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Imprint varies: <Jan./June 2004-July/Dec. 2005> Skokie Il. : Thomson Financial Publishing ; Jan./June 2006-<2012> Accuity and SourceMedia, Inc. <2013-Jan./June 2017>- Accuity Solutions, part of BankersAccuity.
January 4, 2017
Krewson-Kelly, Stephanie, author.
Hoboken, New Jersey : John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 
xxii, 217 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
What is a REIT? -- Why invest in REITs? -- REIT dividends -- Leases -- REITs by property type -- Getting technical -- REIT performance -- Analyzing REITs.
"Betwen 2001 and 2015, real estate investment trusts (REITs) delivered average annual total returns of 11 percent -- significantly outperforming the five percent average annual total returns achieved by the S&P 500 and NASDAQ indexes. In September 2016, 'Real Estate' will become the eleventh investment sector tracked by Standard & Poor's -- a watershed event that is already attracting new investors and greater fund flows into REITs. Investors need to learn how to invest wisely in this unique, new investment class.. 'The Intelligent REIT Invenstor' is the ultimate, clear, and concise guide for achieving investment success"--Book jacket.
January 4, 2017
Sargen, Nicholas Peter, 1944- author.
[Switzerland] : Palgrave Macmillan 
xvii, 192 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Part I. Investment challenges in a high inflation era -- Part II. Easy credit breeds asset bubbles and instability.
"How should investors manage portfolios during crises? This question has surfaced since the 2008 global financial crisis, which is the latest of a series of shocks that began in the early 1970s. While crisis situations offer opportunities to outperform markets or to be engulfed by them, little has been written to guide investors when markets are not functioning normally. This book, which is written from a practitioner's perspective, fills the void by providing the reader with a toolkit and guiding principles to manage money when markets are in turmoil."--Provided by publisher.
December 8, 2016
Rickards, James, author.
New York City : Portfolio/Penguin, 
x, 340 pages ; 24 cm
Introduction -- This is the end -- One money, one world, one order -- Desert city of the mind -- Foreshock : 1998 -- Foreshock: 2008 -- Earthquake: 2018 -- Bonfire of the elites -- Capitalism, Fascism, and democracy -- Behold a black horse -- Conclusion.
"A drumbeat is sounding among the global elites. The signs of a coming financial crisis, one exponentially bigger than the last, are unmistakable. This time, the elites have an audacious plan to protect themselves from the fallout: hoarding cash now and locking down the global financial system when a crisis hits"--Provided by publisher.