It’s called Control Your Cash: Making Money Make Sense, and it’s a 326-page primer on how to avoid being poor.
It explains how to get your bank accounts and credit cards to work for you, not the other way around. Teaches you the right way to buy a car (with the salesman cursing your name as you drive away.) Shares the secrets of where and how to invest, and what all those symbols, charts and graphs mean. How to turn expenses into income, quit living paycheck-to-paycheck, realize whom the tax system is stacked against (it’s most of us) and use that to your advantage.
Read this book, and I swear it’ll pay for itself multiple times over. Heck, the tax chapter alone will do that. Because earning money is nice but building wealth is better
Here, I’ll even give you a free chapter:
That’s 10% of the book, right there.
Did I mention it’s available on Amazon? It’s also available on my companion site, ControlYourCash.com.
If you’ve got a Kindle, you could have downloaded it and started reading by now.
The book tour starts this summer. Consider this to be the series of intimate club shows before the stadium dates begin.