Financing Your Twenties

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eBookIt.com, Sep 5, 2014 - Business & Economics - 23 pages
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It is important in these economic environments, that we respect our finances and handle them responsibly. You do not have to carry the stigma that "20-somethings" only know how to waste money. You can begin to build the foundation for your future by doing right by your wallet today. This e-book titled "Financing Your Twenties" outlines specific steps and best practices that can help you achieve complete financial independence at the ripe old age of "20-something."
A broad range of topics are covered, including budgeting, investing, managing credit, as well as quick and effective ways of getting rid of debt. The language is kept simple, so that readers of all backgrounds will be able to understand and apply the principles discussed. This text is not exclusively for people in their twenties. Any age group can benefit from this sound financial advice.
- Learn new and reliable ways to stay out of debt, save money, and still enjoy the fruits of you labor during these tough economics times
- Discover proven methods of how to save money for the future, and beat inflation
- Get advice from a person who lived through hard financial lessons so that you don't have to
There is no need to delay this investment into your financial future. Prepare to have you wallet be forever changed.
 

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Quick Life Lesson
This book gets straight to the point and give important lessons on how being an adolescent financially can either be easy or hard. The choice is yours.

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About the author (2014)

Jameson George is a young professional who has made many interesting financial decisions during his life. Upon graduation from college and entering the workforce, he decided to share his financial experiences with those in his age group - and now the world - in order to help people avoid some of the bad money decisions he made as a young adult.

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