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Personal Finance For People Who Hate Personal Finance Kindle Edition

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Length: 171 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled

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My Personal Finance articles have appeared in publications such as The New York Post & Financial Planner Magazine. My work is important to me because it's personal, I have gone through many of these money issues myself and have had personal experience seeing them affect others, including friends and relatives. It pains me to see so many people going down the wrong track. Around that curve is potential bankruptcy or other money miseries. I want to see everyone---from my friends and relatives to my readers--avoid financial crashes. I love this writing genre as it is a direct, simple way to state a clear message of financial independence.

You can visit my Personal Finance blog at www.gregorybresiger.com

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Cricket Webber on January 23, 2012
Format: Kindle Edition
Most of us think we know what we need to about personal finance. Unfortunately, since we're almost all self-taught, there's a lot of information that gets lost in the cracks. This book is broken down into easily digestible bits of information that you can read when you have a few minutes here and there. My favorite part is that the sections are so easy to navigate. You don't have to read this book from cover to cover in order to get what you need from it, but you certainly can. I easily see this as a book that I can go back to time and again when I need to reference a different aspect. The insurance suggestion reminded me that it's about time for us to take a look at our car insurance to make sure the policy is still a good fit.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Aimee Elizabeth on February 19, 2012
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First of all, you gotta love the cover of this book - that alone made me want to peak inside...! And what a great inside this book has! It really brings finances to life in a story-like fashion. Anyone who can take a dry subject like finances and make it interesting and fun is a true hero in my book. I hope many people read this great informative guide - you will learn and then earn so much from it! Highly recommended!
- Aimee Elizabeth, Author of Poverty Sucks! How to Become a Self-Made Millionaire.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Rachel Aderholdt on August 28, 2012
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Do you often feel overwhelmed at your personal finances? Do you struggle with making ends meet? Do you loathe feeling like you don't know what you're doing when it comes to managing money? Gregory Bresiger's new book, "Personal Finance for People Who Hate Personal Finance" is just the book you need. It is loaded with information on personal budgeting, financial planning, financial advisors, loans, debt consolidation, types of insurance, and investing. Practical and easy-to-read, this book will teach you how to spend and save and it will give you the strategies you need to take control of your finances. There is no need to be bogged down with complicated figures or to be trapped in an endless cycle of debt. "Personal Finance for People Who Hate Personal Finance" can empower you to achieve the financial freedom you've always wanted. Like the author said, "At the price of $2.99, it is probably the BEST INVESTMENT you'll ever make!"
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I'm currently trying to learn about investing and stocks and etf's this book really didn't quench my thirst for knowledge in that category or any other about finances just a tie bit information about lots and lots of subjects...looking for a book to target one subject and teach me all I need to know... easy read and light read but just not enough information
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This ebook is a nice summary of key topics of personal finance. It does not go to great depth of any topic and much of the discussion is on a very generic level, which is just fine, given the title of the book.
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