Financial Books

The Great Recession that started in 2007 has thrown millions of families into financial disarray.  I have been looking for a timely book to recommend to people to provide the tools, motivation, learning, change and inspiration people need.  The wait is over. Mary Hunt, one of the top 3 greatest personal finance writers of our […]

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I stumbled upon this blog article about the Best Investment Book Recommendations. These books look to be great reads for those who want to be engaged in the investment process, whether doing it themselves or having a professional help them. Financial planning is more of a partnership today, with clients becoming more educated about financial matters. […]

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Did you know that our Federal lawmakers are exempt from insider trading laws? According to the report on 11/13/11 CBS 60 minutes lawmakers can and do buy stock and real estate based on secret inside information, in some cases information that they are privy to because they serve on special private committees. If anyone else traded stock based on […]

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A good friend of mine suggested that I read or recommend the book “When Spending Takes the Place of Feeling,” by Karen O’Connor, she updated it “A Woman’s Place is in the Mall . . . And Other Lies” from Harvest House Publishers. For various reasons this friend of mine had a lot of emotional issues to […]

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Managing God’s Money by Randy Alcorn is an excellent easy-to-read book for getting down to the brass tacks of what the Bible says about money. This book hits on the most important issues that people deal with day-to-day, so that they have the right spiritual foundational principles. Randy Alcorn, as you may know from writing Heaven, is known […]

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Clark Howards book of 250+ suggestions of Living Large in Lean times is getting pretty good reviews. Visit back for a complete review.

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