Reading the Forum’s Financial Fix-up blog, I am reminded of my own financial mortality. Yes, our family has some debt, as do probably the majority of families in our world. It’s practically become an accepted mode of living to carry some form of debt, whether it be a mortgage, auto loan, credit cards, shopping store cards, or even less formal debts such as borrowed money from family and friends. The problems arise, in my mind, when these financial burdens prevent us from enjoying our simple existential freedom, or worse, when we can’t repay them.
Most people aren’t enjoying their money. Trapped in boring jobs and weighed down with debt, they can’t seem to get ahead. Enjoy Your Money can help you
- get out of debt and accumulate wealth
- get ahead, even when the work you love doesn’t produce big bucks
- find your strengths and passions and make a living with them
- live a more fulfilled life.
Readers love its combination of solid research with an entertaining story line, making it the ideal financial book for people who don’t like financial books. One professor called it “A fast, fun read with practical and often remarkable insights.” A CPA observed, “It’s rare and refreshing to find a book so enjoyable, so accurate, and so life changing.”