WHAT EVERY WOMAN DOESN'T KNOW by Gustave Simons

WHAT EVERY WOMAN DOESN'T KNOW

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KIRKUS REVIEW

ould, not only fill a book such as this which runs to almost 500 pages, ot will help any woman exercise her ""financial suffrage"" more intelligently for her own interests and those of her family...This is not just a basic primer on how to handle whatever money you have outside of your check book; there have been many of these. Actually it is an extensive analysis, by a tax attorney, of various problems in connection with having money or earning money: tax avoidance (not to be confused with evasion); tax laws, and how they indirectly discriminate against women; career planning in terms of your aggregate earning power (and the importance of company pensions, ringe benefits); the choice of a place to live and a home as an investment; insurance -- all kinds; investment -- all kinds; banks; will, trusts and estates; divorce; and the many professional fields when choosing a career in terms of security. This and much more in a book which does not indulge the notion that women are helpless n managing their affairs. If they've learned to count (any supermarket checkout hows them performing at top efficiency) they can, with the indoctrination given here, take vigilant command at home.

Pub Date: Dec. 31st, 1964
Publisher: Macmillan