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Monday, May 15, 2017

How to Manage Your Monkey: Book Review:The Financial Briefing

We were sent a copy of The Financial Briefing in PDF form by the publisher so that we could write a review.

TheFinancial Briefing takes a good all-around view of planning your finances, especially when looking towards retirement planning. This would be a great book for young people just starting out on their financial journey. 

If one were to read this book along with Master Your Cash Flow by AlbertJ. Zdenek, Jr., they would have most of what they need to navigate their life in our turbulent economy.  

This combination of books would have been a lifesaver for us when we started our lives together.  The Financial Briefing is well-written and encompasses most of the financial advice we seek to provide via our How to Manage Your Monkey blog.

It would be great for people to give this combination of books, Master Your CashFlow and The Financial Briefing, to any young person graduating high school or especially graduating from college.  These two books combined would make a great wedding gift. 
We give The Financial Briefing all five stars.  We wholeheartedly recommend it and think you will like it.





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2 comments:

  1. I wish someone had gifted me with a book like this when I graduated.

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    1. Well, I think this would make an outstanding gift for a graduate. You may still want to read it. You might see if your library has it or can get it. Have a great day.

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