Financial Guide To Life

| August 14, 2017


This book is better than FREE – it will pay for itself many times over. Get money-saving tips, easy-to-read examples, step-by-step explanations, practical checklists, and hard-learned advice to improve your financial future. Additionally, get links to the best internet sites, tools, calculators, comparison aids, databases, smartphone apps, and resources that will make it easier to manage, save, invest, and spend your money.

The Financial Guide to Life covers the key things you need to know and do to handle most aspects of your finances including investing, budgeting, paying student loans, getting married, raising money-smart children, paying for and getting into college, buying a home and car, saving for retirement, getting out of debt, making ends meet, saving money, avoid paying full price, raising your credit score, and joining the millionaire club.

Who should read The Financial Guide to Life?

•Young adults starting their financial journey
•Women who want financial tips for their unique situations
•Savers who want to make investing easy, less risky, or go to the next level
•New and future retirees
•Families planning for a new baby, kid’s money issues, college payments, buying a house, or saving for retirement
•People who want to simplify their finances, avoid paying full price, or get on the path to a sound financial future

Get answers, tools, and internet links to help with questions like these:
•Look Mom, I’m a graduate, now what?
•How can I simplify my finances?
•How can I get out of debt?
•What should I do with my savings, IRA, 401(k), or college savings that is safe and easy?
•How do I save money when buying a car, house, college, and more?
•How can I make my money go further?
•How can I raise my credit score?
•How can I join the millionaire club or at least retire early?
•How do I keep my future self from coming back in a time-machine and slapping me around for financial mismanagement?

Too many money management books are written by millionaires or seminar promoters, who may mean well, but do they really know what it’s like to stretch a dollar? Now get practical information and advice from a certified financial education instructor who has faced the same financial challenges as you for more than forty years.

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