“Don McNay is an original, provocative voice taking on all of those who would get rich off our ignorance and feelings of financial desperation.”
--Gary Rivlin, Newsweek/Daily Beast, author of BROKE, USA
“Don McNay understands money ... how to make it and, better yet, how to hang onto it. Read his book. It goes down easy, and it will do you a world of good.”
--Ed McClanahan, author of The Natural Man, Famous People I Have Known and other books
“At last, a road atlas to wealth for those of us who don’t like driving on Wall Street.”
--Byron Crawford, award-winning columnist, author, broadcaster, and member of the Kentucky Journalism Hall of Fame
“Don’s road map to financial security is a must-read for all Americans searching for practical, long-term solutions to debt reduction and elimination, entrepreneurship, and wealth-building minus the high-stakes gamesmanship of Wall Street.
--Renee Shaw, producer/host, Kentucky Educational Television
Don’ understands money, but his real strength is understanding people. He has real insight into what motivates the players and he explains it well to my audience. He’s one of my favorite guests.”
--Joe Elliott, Louisville, Kentucky; The Joe Elliott Show
“You don’t have to study the labor disputes in professional sports, or the politics in Washington for very long to see there’s a shortage of common sense. That’s exactly what I found when I started reading Don McNay’s columns several years ago. We brought him on our radio show to talk about financial issues in a way that connected with people more than someone looking to come up with a great sound bite.
The first couple of pages sounded promising but the remainder of the book was more a complilation of anecdotes from the author's experiences. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Mindimoo
Ordered the book thinking it would be a practical guide to "getting money out of wall st", however little information of worth. Mostly what is already common knowledge.Published on January 4, 2012 by J. P. Enfield
This book is no more worthy of a purchase then a blog statement on the internet.I feel like the 1% got me again.Published on December 19, 2011 by Frank H. Curtis