In the financial markets, the “smart money” is sophisticated and savvy, and the “dumb money” is unknowing and exploitable. So why do high schools and colleges require students to take courses in English, math, science and history, yet have absolutely no requirements for students to learn about personal money management?
Unfortunately, books on the subject tend to be overly complicated, and lengthy. This book includes just the most important financial principles needed to quickly enhance any individual’s money management acumen. Unlike many of the personal money management books out there, this book is a quick and informal read.
The information provided is designed to help young people get a head start, but is just as applicable to adults who wish to understand how to navigate the complexities of the current financial system. This book is not like any other personal finance book, and will show you some proven finance techniques not available anywhere else.
Here are a few things you will be able to use right away….
-Ways to maximizing your earnings
-Simple savings and effective investment strategies
-The best way to analyze your projects
-Ways to utilize credit to increase your wealth and not your debt
-How to retire early
Buy this book and be the smart money.
John Endris is a business strategy advisor who specializes in helping people to achieve their fullest potential. He has worked in banking operations for almost a decade, and has also built a small business from scratch. John earned a Bachelor of Science in Business and an MBA from St Mary’s University.
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