Finance Personal Great Britain Early Works To 1800 : The trades-man's jevvel: or a safe, easie, speedy and effectual means, for the incredible advancement of trade, and multiplication of riches; : shewing how men of indifferent estates, may abundantly increase both their own and other mens trading and riches, without parting with money, or any stock out of their own hands: by making their bills to become current instead of money, and frequently to revolve through their hands, with as much in money as the sums therein mentioned do amount unto.; Potter, William.
Finance Personal Psychological Aspects : Financial planning and counseling scales [electronic resource] / John E. Grable, Kristy L. Archuleta, R. Roudi Nazarinia, editors ; foreword by Dorothy Bagwell Durband.
Finance Personal Study And Teaching : A cycle of disadvantage? : financial exclusion in childhood : implications for consumer education of research carried out by the Centre for Research in Social Policy, Loughborough University / [by Julia Loumidis and Sue Middleton].; Loumidis, Julia.
Finance Public England London Early Works To 1800 : London's account: or, A calculation of the arbitrary and tyrannicall exactions, taxations, impositions, excises, contributions, subsidies, twentieth parts, and other assessements, within the lines of communication, during the foure yeers of this unnaturall warre. : What the totall summe amounts unto, what hath beene disbursed out of it, and what remaines in the accomptants hands.