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Financial Management for Beginners

You Need a Budget to Manage Your Money. Personal Planning, Money Mindset and Discipline for Financial Independence (Personal Budgeting, Minimalist Budget)
by David Stokes  US United States

March 16, 2018   |    725 reads    |   0 comments

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Financial Management for Beginners - Book coverKnowing you buy only important stuff and can’t stop asking yourself where the heck did your money go? You know the best way to get an answer is to make a budget but where to start?
Financial Management for Beginners not only can make you start but finally get ahead. Experience a life free of financial stress, debts, bills and late payment fees and transform your relationship to money into something stabile and pleasant. 
Man or women, young adult or a elderly person you are - it doesn’t matter. Regardless of how much your income is we’ll find a way to budget, save, and increase your net worth. This is not a get rich quick book. But if you won’t stop, day-by-day, month-by-month, you’ll budget better and become richer as a consequence.
You can turn a blind eye on your financial problems but they won’t go away. Start getting financial awareness in your life today so you can live a financial independence life in the future. Being better with money changes the rest of your life. Follow the tips presented here and you get your awaited freedom. 
Money management is an essential skill for everybody who earns, shops or consumes. Financial education is not part of our educational system. It is normal that we don’t know how to budget but it is not normal to stay ignorant about a field of life that guarantees our material survival. 
Leave money struggles for yesterday. Start budgeting today and make your financial as good as you want it to be.

About The Author

A long time ago I worked for a prestigious company. I did earn a great amount of money, but always there was something I lacked money for! I forgot to pay for rent, accident expenditure on repairing the car, or best friend's wedding and where you can’t come empty-handed. Credits were my compulsory companions. I were extinguishing them, but they still grew like a snowball.
At some point, I got tired of it. Set myself a goal once and for all to deal with my finances, and I reached it. Many mistakes were made. I looked for advices, asked friends for help, read and studied a lot.... more

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