Every day thousands of consumers spend their paychecks in the same way they have always done itapoorly. Instead of making wise decisions about their money their spending plan is non-existent. You Don't Own Money is written to help bring the paycheck-to-paycheck living to an end. Using an engaging style of writing, simple to understand examples, and humor, the author seeks to teach the fundamentals and the principle of wise financial decision making. The dreaded six-letter wordaBUDGETais revealed to be an easy to build, simple to implement, and wonderful method of creating a financial roadmap for your success in moving closer to financial freedom.As I mentioned, it is only in the last 50 years that credit has become the money of choice for people to make their purchases. The current ... By 1992 consumer debt (including credit cards, auto and personal loans) reached $720 billion. 4.
|Title||:||You Don't Own Money|
|Publisher||:||iUniverse - 2001-06-01|