by Sukey HowardJanuary, 1999
Audio versions of the Dummies guides are a rather recent phenomenon and a most welcome one. Now, there's a boxed set bonanza, Time and Money Management for Dummies, that includes three separate cassettes to tell you how to manage your personal finances, investing, and precious time. Time may fly, march on, and run out, but Jeffrey Clutterbuster Mayer has the strategies, tips, and techniques that let you save some and, in the process, get organized and more productive. Take that extra time to listen to financial counselor Eric Tyson. He's the man who can set you straight on making the decisions that will let the money you work for work for you. No matter what your income level, you need to become financially literate, make informed decisions, and take control of your fiscal affairs.
Tyson shows you how to stretch your dollars, make the most of what you've got, start or buy your own small business, understand the risks and returns of stocks, bonds, mutual funds, and real estate. Follow the no-nonsense advice on these audios and you'll have the money, honey, and the time, too.
Audio Dummies keep coming there are more than 20 guides to everything from buying a car to closing a deal, alternative medicine to dating, sex, and parenting.