Financial Planning: A Beginner's Guide
by Marc Beaudoin, Philippe Beaudoin, Pierre-Luc Bernier
Publisher: Smashwords 2015
Number of pages: 190
This book deals with topics of personal finance (investments, life insurance, retirement planning strategies, etc.) in a warm and humorous manner. Topics are clearly defined and presented in the context of a father and son chat. The reader is able to listen in on the conversations shared between an eager-to-teach father, and a not-so-ready-to-listen son.
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by Ashley Riordan - Smashwords
In November of 2009, I decided to get out of debt. It was really as simple as realizing that I could do it myself. I could stop waiting for a miracle or a disaster, and I could take control of the situation I had created.
by Wallace Delois Wattles
The book is about getting rich - not only in terms of money but in every possible way, including relationships and health. The book is quite short and the language is simple. The author doesn't get into philosophies or theories.
by Steve Kanney - Integrated Financial Education
The book teaches one how to deal with dangerous or life-threatening circumstances. The approach entails relaxing in the face of danger so you can correctly perceive the problem. Then you use certain technical skills to deal with the problem.
by David Thyfault - Smashwords
This book is dedicated to anybody who has ever been evicted, or had the misfortune of foreclosure, job loss, poor money management practices or personal tragedy. If you would like to get a better handle on your finances, then this book is for you.