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Multiply Your Money

The Easy Guide to Savings and Investments

By Nick Louth

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Multiply Your Money

The Easy Guide to Savings and Investments

By Nick Louth

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Fully revised and updated second edition!

Multiply Your Money offers an easy-to-follow route through the money labyrinth, cutting through jargon and showing that controlling your financial destiny is not just rewarding, but easy and fun too!

Start early, and for the cost of a large takeaway coffee or lunchtime sandwich a day you can create a stream of savings that will grow and grow, providing you with financial independence and security into retirement.

Learn how to:

– Start saving for your own destiny
– Make compound interest work hard for you
– Invest sensibly in the market for long-term gains
– Turn the tables on debt
– Beat the investment experts at their own game
– Gain confidence dealing with your money
– Choose the right pension
– Get on top of taxes

About the author

Nick Louth is a bestselling thriller writer, award-winning financial journalist and an investment commentator. A 1979 graduate of the London School of Economics, he went on to become a Reuters foreign correspondent in 1987. It was an experience at a medical conference in Amsterdam in 1992, while working for Reuters, that gave him the inspiration for Bite, which was self-published in 2007 and went on to become the UK no. 1 Kindle bestseller for several weeks in 2014 before being snapped up by Sphere. It has sold a third of a million copies, and been translated into six languages.

The terrorism thriller Heartbreaker was published in June 2014 and received critical acclaim from Amazon readers, with a 4.6 out of 5 stars on over 100 reviews. Mirror Mirror, subtitled 'When evil and beauty collide', was published in June 2016. The Body in the Marsh, a crime thriller, was published by Canelo in September 2017, with The Body on the Shore following in 2018.

Freelance since 1998, he has been a regular contributor to the Financial Times, Investors Chronicle and Money Observer, and has published nine other books. Nick Louth is married and lives in Lincolnshire.

Reviews

“For anyone thinking that they would like to have a nice retirement (i.e. all of us) or would like to save for their child’s house deposit but haven’t ‘taken the plunge’ with investing this book will not only convince you why, but will also give you the confidence to how you can begin Multiplying your Money.”

– Owen Jones, Fidelity Personal Investments

“Nick has written a comprehensive, practical and above all understandable book about personal finance that is strong not only on the detail of various products, but more importantly the principles that all investors should understand before they commit to anything.”

– Jonathan Eley, Financial Times personal finance editor

“If personal finance is a Gordian knot – Nick Louth has just undone it. It’s clear, it’s straightforward and tells me not only what I should do, but also what I shouldn’t. This is vital reading for us all.”

– Justin Urquhart Stewart, Head of Corporate Development, Seven Investment Management

“What I particularly liked is that the book covers a wide range of the financial management subjects which affect most individuals at various times of their lives. Also it is written in language that makes finance as straightforward as possible to understand…Most useful of all is the final chapter which explains 10 Common Investing Mistakes â?? essential reading for all of us!”

– SixtyPlusSurfers

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From SixtyPlusSurfers:

Multiply Your Money offers an easy-to-follow route through the complexities of managing your personal finances, cutting through the jargon and showing that controlling your financial destiny is not just rewarding but can be easy and fun too. With an increasing proportion of the population above retirement age, it is essential that we take responsibility for… Read more »

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From Fidelity Investments Book of the Month:

Multiply Your Money – The easy guide to Savings and Investment is very much a ?does what it says on the tin? style book. It takes the inexperienced investor through the most common strategies for multiplying their money. However, its most powerful message is not how to invest but why you should do it. The… Read more »

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From Fidelity Investments Book of the Month:

Multiply Your Money – The easy guide to Savings and Investment is very much a ?does what it says on the tin? style book. It takes the inexperienced investor through the most common strategies for multiplying their money. However, its most powerful message is not how to invest but why you should do it. The… Read more »

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Contents

About the author

1. Introduction
2. The Incredible Savings Machine
3. Finance for Life
4. The Pensions Minefield
5. The Briefest Possible Guide to Choosing a Pension
6. Finding the Money to Multiply
7. Turning the Tables on Debt
8. Organising Your Savings
9. Taking on the Markets
10. The Simple Way to Multiply Your Money
11. How to Buy Shares
12. Understanding Companies
13. Choosing the Right Shares
14. Mania and Depression: Profiting from Market Moods
15. The Neglected Art of Selling Gracefully
16. The Employee Shareholder
17. Taming Taxation
18. Making Money From Bonds
19. Multiply Your Money with Rental Property
20. Margin-based Investments
21. Ten Common Investing Mistakes
22. Conclusion

Glossary
Index



Published: 27/03/2015
Edition: 2nd
Pages: 264
Formats: paperback - ISBN 9780857194657
ebook - ISBN 9780857194664
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