Money Doctors 2021 Paperback

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This book is for everyone living in Ireland or who aspires to living in Ireland, and who wants to better manage and structure their personal finances.

• You will find this book relevant regardless of your financial position, age or gender.
• This guide – Ireland’s best-selling personal finance reference book – concentrates on ‘how to’ information: how to manage your mortgage, how to get rid of your debts, how to build up savings, how to save tax and how to protect your family.
• If there is a particular subject you want to learn about, then check the detailed contents pages and index at the back of the book.
• The book is written in plain English and contains plenty of:

• case histories
• real-life examples
• checklists and
• action-orientated advice.

• The book is divided into nine sections plus Appendices, covering every aspect of personal finance. An annual handbook, the information it contains will always be up to date and includes latest budgetary and legislative changes.
• Each chapter begins with a summary and ends with a list of action points.

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Publisher – Providence Press, Providence House, 61 Lower Kilmacud Road, Stillorgan, Co Dublin.

Money Doctors 2021 – the 16th edition covering the A to Z of personal finance and a # 1 best-seller, known irreverently as Ireland’s financial Bible, is well endorsed by

  • Joe Duffy … “Readable, Reliable, Accessible – This is one doctor that will save you money”
  • Pat Kenny..  “Explains complex financial issues in a readily understandable way”
  • Brendan O’Carroll … “If in your financial life you value prevention rather than cure, then ‘Money Doctors 2021’ is essential reading”
  • Economist Jim Power…. “This is strong financial medicine from John Lowe of Money Doctors and a must-read that I regularly refer to”
  • Gay Byrne (RIP)“A terrific book that you can dip in and out of – and written in a very user-friendly way…”

 plus this year the book has several new features

  • COVID-19 .. the Facts and the Tax ( many PUP & EWSS recipients will be worried about their tax liability when the payments stop )
  • 100 Ways to Save Cash
  • Budget 2021 – the synopsised version
  • Mortgages for first time borrowers

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