Your Money Ratios: 8 Simple Tools for Financial Security (by Charles Farrell)
And here’s a clip from the press release:
“YOUR MONEY RATIOS offers tips and strategies for everyone from those just beginning to build a financial future to the savviest of investors. Regardless of age or income, this program helps to obtain financial security and provides a logical system to stay there. There is also an online calculator available to all who purchase the book that allows the reader to plug in their own numbers and receive an instant evaluation. Unlike needlessly complicated guides, YOUR MONEY RATIOS simplifies personal finance, providing readers with incredibly practical, no-nonsense tools for creating a healthy financial present and future and helps answer the basic questions of personal finance:
How much should I be saving each year?
How much should I have saved at my age?
How much debt should I carry?
How do I invest my savings?
What insurance do I need?”
Want it? Tell us about a simple tool or tip that’s been working well for YOU in the comments below, and you’ll be entered to win. We’ll pick the TWO winners this Sunday Night, and it’s open to both US & Canadian residents! I’ll go first…the easiest way I’ve been able to save money is by taking advantage of our company’s 401(k) plan. When you contribute up to your employer’s match you’re basically getting back FREE money! All for investing in your own retirement – something you should already be doing anyways ;)
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