So far, there are only 16 entries for our book giveaway. That means you’ll have a better shot at winning my review copy of “,” by Zac Bissonnette. I’m also extending the deadline to enter because I’m taking Monday off. See below for details!
Bissonnette writes about finances in a form that is easy to understand. It’s a must for young adults who want a secure, stable and happy life. Who doesn’t, right?
The 23-year-old is also the author of the popular “Debt-Free U“ which I reviewed back in 2010. Now he’s back to guide young adults through the traps that await them in their post-college years. He writes:
The point is this: Managing your financial life is not about spreadsheets and compound interest. It’s about your life. The financial decisions you make can give you freedom or make you a slave.
The 240-page book offers insight on everything from job hunting to saving for retirement. A must for everyone who has received advice from parents and others who simply don’t know much about money, but are great at dispensing advice.
Though this book is written for the younger generation, most of the information is useful for those past their twenties. If you don’t mind irreverent humor, then this book is for you.
If you would like to win my review copy of “How to be Richer, Smarter, and Better-Looking than Your Parents,” by Zac Bissonnette leave a comment by Monday, May 28, 2012 at 11:59 p.m. EST, telling me what’s the worst money advice you’ve given your kids or have receive from your parents. I’ll announce the winner on Tuesday, May 29!
If you can’t wait to start reading, you can order the book on for $11.56.