Money Magic: Seven simple steps to true financial freedom

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Hodder & Stoughton, Mar 4, 2010 - Business & Economics - 128 pages
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The essential guide to handling your money from the nation's favourite money man - new for the Quick Reads series. Do you worry about bills?Are you finding it difficult to save?Is it hard to budget when you don't have much money?No matter how you handle your cash, or how little money you have, Alvin Hall's Money Magic is the first step to making money work for you. As he takes you through his seven steps to success, Alvin gives you advice that really works. Find out how to: -Track your money habits -Learn about your money personality -Get out of debt -Start to save -Make money work in a relationship -Become a money magic family -Chase your money dreams Based on years of experience, Alvin's Money Magic is full of easy-to-follow tips and advice. It will get you started on the road to financial freedom, whatever your current situation. A short, sharp shot of advice from the Quick Reads series.

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Very good book with easy and simple steps to save money and be debt free...did worked for me...worth more then 99p:-)...must buy won't go wrong!

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This book gives a basic overview of money management. Easy to read, but out of 140 pages I found about 10 to be useful. If you have limited financial knowledge you may find this book useful. Read full review

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About the author (2010)

Alvin Hall has his own rags-to-riches story. He grew up in Florida, did well at school and was the first person in his family to go to university. After that, he worked as a teacher. He was excited about earning a wage for the first time, and soon found it hard to control his spending. He ran up big bills that he couldn't afford to pay. But Alvin didn't hide from the problem. Instead, he took on an extra job and followed some basic rules. Gradually he got back in control and he hasn't had a single money problem since! Alvin now runs a financial services training company. He has presented many TV programmes including the award-winning Your Money or Your Life and The Apprentice You're Fired. His books include Your Money or Your Life (winner of the 2003 WHSmith People's Choice Best Business Book award) and What Not To Spend. He lives in New York.

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