Alan M. Williams, Peter R. Jeppson, Sanford C. Botkin
Based on a people-tested and time-tested system, this book gives you detailed strategies to show you how to master your money by budgeting effectively, reducing debt, and investing wisely. It examines the reasons why we struggle with spending, borrowing, and saving, and how to get these habits under control. The book is based on 10 step-by-step principles that build upon each other, culminating in an entire system that gets to the heart of: why we spend, and how to track and control spending; the factors that keep people perpetually in debt, and how you can eliminate debt completely (including mortgage) in nine years or less; why you may not be saving as much as you'd like, and how you can velocitize your money for future wealth. Also included is a section on tax reduction which dispels the myths surrounding taxation that keep people paying more than the law actually requires.
Unlike any other Money book
This is an amazing book. No other book has made a deep and lasting difference on my finances because they all missed something. This book teaches both principles and practical steps, and uses real-world examples (from people they have worked with) to drive the points home. I understand more, and as a result, I'm actually living better. My money can no longer kick me around.
The authors have told me how (and why) to control my money, and it's fun! No budgeting, because budgets are negative and don't work in the real world. Instead, they have shown me how to spend my money well. Their preferred spending method has a nice side-effect of also tax-proofing me along the way. It's very rewarding.
The further I get in the book, the more exciting it gets. Their taxinformation is ethical, easy, audit-proof, and will save me a ton of money (and effort) on my taxes.
The authors are passionate about helping people control their money instead of being slaves to it. As I have read and used their methods, money has become a tool instead of a slave master. I haven't "arrived" yet, but my power to control money growing, and it's a good feeling.
Best Kept Financial Secret In America.
WOW: As a working mom, I like to read finsncial books to help my family. This is clearly the best financial and tax planning book that I have ever read, as the other reviewers have also noted. It is clear, concise, simply written, and chuck full of financial and tax planning strategies. There is an especially good tax section by an IRS attorney that was immensely helpful for my small business and for people who are thinking of starting a small business. For example, I didn't know that I could deduct all my dry cleaning and laundry expenses after a business trip. The discussion on deducting my entertainment and golf was particularly interesting.I have read many financial books including the Rich Dad/ Poor Dad series and "The Millionaire Next Door" by Stanley, and this book blows them all out of the water.Trust me: This book is one of the better kept financial secrets. Its too bad these authors don't promote it more because it is fabulous. If there is any one financial book that you should read and give to your children, this one is it!
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