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Money Basics for Tough Times

$29.99

$29.99

Get the money basics right and get back on your feet after financial disaster. Australia hasn't had a recession in 30 years - so how can you recover from it? The COVID-19 pandemic has thrown the global economy into chaos and stock market on a wild rollercoaster ride. But what about your finances? Whether you've lost on shares, your property or your job, this is a frightening time for everyone.

Getting the money stuff right has never been more important.

Money Basics for Tough Times is about having a plan to recover from financial disaster. Packed with tips and strategies on money management, from negotiating with your landlord to buying groceries on a shoestring budget to investing in crashing markets to starting a side hustle for extra income, pioneering consumer finance journalist David Koch offers Australians hope in an unprecedented era by taking things back to basics.

This is a clear, comforting, concise guide for how individuals and families, despite economic hardship and uncertainty, can turn their fortunes around.

Book Information

  • ISBN: 9781760781750
  • Format: Trade Paperback
  • Pub Date: 27/10/2020
  • Category: Economics, finance, business & management / General
    Economics, finance, business & management / Entrepreneurship
    Health & personal development / Personal finance
    Health & personal development / Self-help & personal development
  • Imprint: Macmillan Australia
  • Price: $29.99

Get the money basics right and get back on your feet after financial disaster. Australia hasn't had a recession in 30 years - so how can you recover from it? The COVID-19 pandemic has thrown the global economy into chaos and stock market on a wild rollercoaster ride. But what about your finances? Whether you've lost on shares, your property or your job, this is a frightening time for everyone.

Getting the money stuff right has never been more important.

Money Basics for Tough Times is about having a plan to recover from financial disaster. Packed with tips and strategies on money management, from negotiating with your landlord to buying groceries on a shoestring budget to investing in crashing markets to starting a side hustle for extra income, pioneering consumer finance journalist David Koch offers Australians hope in an unprecedented era by taking things back to basics.

This is a clear, comforting, concise guide for how individuals and families, despite economic hardship and uncertainty, can turn their fortunes around.

Author Information

David Koch is a highly respected business and finance commentator, best known as the co-host of the Seven Network's Sunrise program. Kochie is credited with starting consumer finance journalism in Australia when he created Personal Investment Magazine in 1983 and went on to launch similar magazines in New Zealand and the UK. Kochie and his wife Libby are weekly columnists for the Money Saver HQ section of News Ltd newspapers. Kochie is also executive chairman of his family business, Pinstripe Media. He is chairman of the Port Adelaide Football Club and patron of the Koch Centre for Youth and Learning, which is operated by Father Chris Riley's Youth Off The Streets.

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