Be Good to Your Money: And Your Money Will Be Good to You!

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LLQ Publishing, 2003 - Business & Economics - 112 pages
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This new and informative book shares with you a millionaire lifestyle that doesn't require you to be a millionaire. This book details easy-to-implement financial strategies for living like a millionaire on $25,000 or less. It is not the usual researched and technical, financial management book. The author shares her personal story of losing both parents in her teenage years and graduating from a prestigous university with a college degree and 15 credit cards. The author's dynamic and personal journey from financial disaster to financial freedom is filled with a wealth of savvy business smarts and financial wits. The lessons she learned were shared with clients, friends, and family, giving them a feeling of power, freedom, wealth, and choices. Now, she is sharing her life with you. She injects from her personal experience as an educator, real estate agent, insurance broker, entrepreneur, and investor to write on many diverse subjects. Getting control of her finances resulted in Lisa owning several businesses (including an elementary school), owning investment properties, becoming debt-free, possessing bank and investment accounts, and, most importantly, it taught her to "give." With 1000 copies sold in just under two months, hundreds have been able to begin creating a millionaire lifestyle. It proves that if you BE GOOD TO YOUR MONEY, your money will be good to you.
 

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Contents

Goals
21
Clothing
39
Automobile
47
Housing
55
Insurance
65
Investments
73
Travel
79
Giving
85
Kids
91
SelfEmployment
97
Acknowledgements
105
Suggested Reading
106
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About the author (2003)

Lisa Frye takes from her expertise as a Real Estate Agent, Insurance Broker, Real Estate Investor, Entrepreneur, and as a single parent to arrive at retirement at the age of 40.00, on an income of less than $25,000 a year and by being good to her money.

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