Give yourself a raise by Gordon Bennett Bleil
Introduce the book. This is the 2nd edition of this book. This book I simple enough and practical enough that you can take charge of the money in your own life. The benefit is getting rid of the stress and conflict that being out of control with your money puts into your daily life. The goal of this book is to give you financial habits that work. This book will show you an incredible simple and powerful way to take charge of our money and get rid of the financial stress in your life.
Tell about the book. Part 1, entails eight chapters, which provide a how to do it approach for taking control of your financial life. It gives steps and a system you need to put in place to eliminate financial garbage, get rid of stress caused by money issues, and put your financial life on a positive path. In Chapter one you take a quiz to find out what needs to change in your financial life. Part 2, will give a series of short essays, on a variety of topics that impact your financial existence.
Tell about your favorite part of the book. Factors that are important to know:
- Do you have an emergency fund?
- Do you have financial goals?
- What is your debt ratio?
- What is the estimated value of your house?
- How much do you spend on housing including your mortgage?
- What bills do you have to pay each month?
- How are you protecting your assets?
- How are you preparing for retirement?
- Do you have a Will?
After taking this assessment, you will be able to know if you are living beyond your means or not. Give yourself a raise will lay out a financial stem and give a financial plan with admirable goals of reducing your financial stress. The author gives examples and charts to help you along your journey to financial freedom which will in turn give you a “raise.”
I recommend this book to anyone who likes… The concepts set forth in this book are fundamental and will serve anyone. This book I for anyone who wants to regain control of their financial lives. © 2014 Jackie Paulson