BOOKS: Three of a Kind - Write your budget with confidence

BOOKS: Three of a Kind - Write your budget with confidence - Fast Thinking Budget; Richard Templar; Prentice Hall pounds 7.99

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Last Updated: 31 Aug 2010

Fast Thinking Budget; Richard Templar; Prentice Hall pounds 7.99

A short and snappy offering that presents the basic guidelines for a first-time budget writer on a tight deadline. Includes some interesting pointers on the sloppy thinking to be avoided at all costs.

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Managing Budgets; Stephen Brookson; Dorling Kindersley pounds 4.99

This is another concise book, with the benefit of clear illustrations showing how your completed budget sheets should look. Extremely practical, and probably the most helpful for anyone looking for a handy budget refresher.

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The Essential Guide to Financial Management; Brian Helweg-Larsen and Robert Cinnamon; Kogan Page pounds 9.99

Tackling more than just budgets, this book is one of a new series aimed at shedding light on areas where managers may lack confidence. The information is comprehensive and offers a good grounding in everything from reading a profit-and-loss sheet to writing a budget.

Best of its kind.

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