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The “People Power” Job Superbook: Book 45. Europe Job Guide (Covers Western & Eastern Europe, Includes Tourist Websites) By Tony Kelbrat
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This is a book of websites and contact information about working in Western and Eastern Europe. There are some complicated rules about working in the European Union if you're not a citizen of it. ... More > It gets complex when you start dealing with income tax and unemployment benefits in countries you're not native to. Before you embark on a job anywhere, contact the country's embassy or consulate in your home country about entry requirements for working there. Non-EU citizens need a work permit to work legally in Europe. The process is that an individual cannot apply for a work permit on his or her own. The prospective employer must do this for you. There is some discrimination in Europe to non-natives looking for work but on the other hand, the tourist industry likes to hire English speaking people for their English tourists.< Less
The “People Power” Job Superbook: Book 44. Britain Job Guide/ Ireland Job Guide By Tony Kelbrat
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This is a book of websites and contact information about working in the British Isles and Ireland. There's plenty of work in London but renting a place to live is expensive. It's cheaper to live in... More > other parts of England. Look at hostel notice boards. Look in the Yellow Pages.< Less
The “People Power” Job Superbook: Book 46. Australia - New Zealand - Pacific Islands Job Guide By Tony Kelbrat
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This is a book of websites and contact information about working in Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Islands. Most countries have too many people. Australia doesn't have enough. Australia is... More > unlike most countries in that it's relatively easy to go there to work legally or bum around if you want, living off temporary jobs. It's good for them to attract young, college educated type people there curious about the world because a few will stay and help by providing educated people for the workforce plus it brings in money through the tourist industry. Even budget travelers have to spend money. On top of that, they need workers for the farm harvests and other basic, temporary jobs. Australia has a liberal feature for young people from certain countries aged 18 to 30 called Working Holiday Makers/ WHM which is a visa good for 12 months to work there.< Less
The “People Power” Money Superbook: Book 4. Family Money Guide (Women - Youth Money, Financial Planners, Financial Assistance, Social Security) By Tony Kelbrat
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Don't let yourself be caught out in the cold. If all the divorced women in the world could give you one piece of advice, they'd say live as though you alone are responsible for your life and no one... More > else is paying the bills even if you got some rich husband because he could leave you in a snap and eat you up in divorce court leaving you with almost nothing. It's happened thousands of times before. You're not that special that you're immune. So what if you get a house you can't afford. Nobody is divorce-proof or tragedy-proof so you'd better do two things outside of the marriage to protect yourself in case something happens. Firstly, start a bank account for yourself by yourself and put some money away. You can either keep it a secret or tell your spouse, it doesn't really matter. Secondly, don't end up like countless women who sit at home and raise kids while the husband is out there and then decides to trade you in for a younger model and you have no marketeable skill.< Less
The “People Power” Money Superbook: Book 8. Investment Guide (Stocks, Mutual Funds, Bonds, Precious Metals, Oil, Collectibles, Antiques) By Tony Kelbrat
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Let's say I'm an old veteran of the market. I've watched it for a lot of years now. I used to watch the stock shows on TV. I don't anymore but I finally figured it out. All those claims that... More > virtually everyone who is involved in the stock business make including financial planners are lying. Some are being deliberately fraudulent but I suspect most are just spewing the myths they were told like the stock market eventually always goes up. Of course, over long periods of time the market will rise but will it rise more than keeping your money safe in a savings bond or CD not to mention the risks? The stock market climbs slowly over five years then all the gains are wiped out in a week. That's reality. I still see them hyping stocks up on the money shows.< Less
The "People Power" Money Superbook: Book 11. World Immigration - Real Estate Guide (Relocation, Live In a Foreign Country, Retirement Haven) By Tony Kelbrat
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People usually choose to live abroad for one of two reasons: They want to experience a new sense of freedom and adventure. They almost have to because of some extenuating factor such as being tired... More > of paying high taxes, being chased by the tax man, divorce, having a lawsuit filed against them, they are fugitives, refugees, their home country is politically unstable, economically poor, etc. America is touted as the promised land but if you look around, you would find that there are many beautiful, peaceful and inexpensive places to live on the planet. Just because you choose to live elsewhere, you don't automatically lose the citizenship in your home country. You can still vote by absentee ballot and unless you're a fugitive, you can return home anytime you want to. Obviously, unless you're extremely confident of your abilities to earn money anywhere, you have to have some money to move overseas.< Less
The “People Power” Money Superbook: Book 9. Insurance & Tax Guide (Insurance, Annuities, Insurance Crime, Tax Audit, Off the Books) By Tony Kelbrat
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Insurance to me is a capitalist invention of smart business people who gamble that most people they sell insurance to, a supposed security net should something happen, will not have to pay out and if... More > they do, they've got clauses, exclusions and high deductibles to minimize the claims against them. Study all manner of insurance. Decide what you need and what you can eliminate. Health insurance is generally the most important. Life, home and disability policies rarely ever have to be honored. It comes down to your tolerance for risk. In the old days, there was no insurance. You dealt with whatever happened when it happened and didn't get into all this over-cautious insurance buying. It's probably obvious that I don't own any insurance beyond what I have to buy for my car. I don't live by what could be, I live by what actually happens when it does. I know my house in a suburban area will probably never burn down so I don't waste money on home-owner's insurance.< Less
The “People Power” Money Superbook: Book 6. Car Guide (Buy - Sell - Lease, Repo, Insurance - Parts - Repair - Safety, Car - Law - Websites - Rentals, Green Cars, Motorcycles, Rvs) By Tony Kelbrat
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Over the years, I've read at least twenty articles and books which talked about buying cars. Not one says to buy a new car. They say buy a used, late model one from a dealer that doesn't specialize... More > in that type of car because they want to get rid of it. Most new car dealers also sell slightly used cars of the same model as their new ones. You'll save thousands of dollars buying one of these rather than a new one. Car values depreciate quickly. The best deal is probably buying a two to three year-old used car with a service warranty. Do not buy a more expensive car or a bigger one than what you realistically need. Do your research in advance, pick your car in advance then go to negotiate for the best price with the car dealers. Beware that car magazines are in business to promote cars and get a lot of money for ads so don't trust their car ratings tests. Trust only objective tests like those done by Consumer Reports, consumerreports.org. Sell your extra cars. Keep your cars longer.< Less
The “People Power” Money Superbook: Book 7. Consumer Guide (Protect Yourself When Buying Goods & Services, Get Help When Somebody Cheats You) By Tony Kelbrat
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Beyond function, what is it that makes people buy things. Off the top of my head, I'll list several things that I think make people buy things. People buy to make themselves feel good. I've harped... More > on this subject in my free spirit books, my money and business books and even my love book. I believe we have been sold a way of life that I'll call capitalist materialism which has made us seek happiness through the possession of material things. I believe the aspiration to possess material things to a modest level of comfort is good but beyond that, it cannot compensate for an empty soul. We have a societal problem of empty souls. People don't realize they have true natures they should try to follow in order to honor their true essences as human beings and try to stay inspired about their lives by day.< Less
The “People Power” Money Superbook: Book 12. Canadian Money Guide (Banks, Credit, Financial Services, Stocks, Bonds, Funds, Savings Bonds, Insurance, Taxes, Cars) By Tony Kelbrat
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This is a resource book to help Canadians with knowledge and contact information about all matters of money from opening a bank account to buying a car. Real estate is pretty indepth. I left that... More > section in the real estate book but this book still has almost 20 chapters of knowledge. If you want more, go to #332 of your local library and see the latest money books. For taxes, go to #344-346. Money is a boring subject but unfortunately it is the most important thing in most people’s lives, especially if you don’t have a lot of it which is why wise people educate themselves about it. Try #917 at the library for Canadian geography and #971.0025 or AY414 for Canadian reference and history. Books about Canadian jobs are at #331.124 or HF5382.75 at the library. A reference book about Canadian reference materials may be at #028.709, #31 or Z669.7 at the library. Many reference books include both the United States and Canada.< Less