Suggested Reading:


  • Glossary

    March 23, 2019

    Our official IFS Glossary, to help decode the jargon of investing.

  • Your Complete Guide to a Successful & Secure Retirement

    January 7, 2019

    Uniquely comprehensive coverage of every important aspect you need to think about as you approach retirement, including: Social Security, Medicare, investment planning strategy, portfolio maintenance, preparing your heirs, retirement issues faced by women, the threat of elder financial abuse, going beyond financials to think about your happiness, and much more. These topics are explained with the help of specialists in each subject.

  • It Doesn't Have to Be That Way: How to Divorce Without Destroying Your Family or Bankrupting Yourself, Laura A. Wasser

    October 1, 2013

    If anyone ever had a platform to write a how to divorce book for today's generation, it's Laura Wasser. She has been practicing in her field for nearly twenty years, represented many of the country's top celebrities and has been celebrated for her unique style, her empathy and her expertise.

  • The Elements of Investing, Burton G. Malkiel, John Wiley and Sons

    January 22, 2013

    In the updated edition of The Elements of Investing, authors Charles Ellis and Burton Malkiel—two of the world's greatest financial thinkers—have again combined their talents to produce a straight-talking book about investing and saving. Written with every investor in mind, this reliable resource will put you on a path towards a lifetime of financial success.

  • The Little Book of Behavioral Investing, James Montier, John Wiley and Sons

    January 26, 2010

    A detailed guide to overcoming the most frequently encountered psychological pitfalls of investing. Bias, emotion, and overconfidence are just three of the many behavioral traits that can lead investors to lose money or achieve lower returns. Behavioral finance, which recognizes that there is a psychological element to all investor decision-making, can help you overcome this obstacle.

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