Witty, well-written, and entertaining, “What’s the Deal with Bitcoins?” uses real life examples and situations to make this new and largely unknown topic more accessible to everyone.
[Mike Padawer’s] delivery of pertinent information is direct and speaks to the root of issues surrounding the inevitable epidemic we face as the populous ages.
This book provides excellent guidance to children of men and women approaching and in the early stages of retirement.
Could there be a more timely book for those of us struggling with insane college costs? Freedman is comprehensive, clear, fun to read. He’s like your friendly wise uncle who’s been working in the University Admissions office for 40 years. Spend $15 and save yourself massive headaches and (tens of) thousands of after tax dollars!!!
“I highly recommend this book! I am so happy and impressed with the amount of valuable content in “What’s the Deal with Teens and Time Management?” Leslie incorporates her professional and personal experiences throughout her book, as she takes you on the journey of learning time management skills that work for teens.”
If you have to make and keep only one New Year’s resolution, I recommend you have “the talk” with your parents about their safe retirement.
Jack Tatar’s holistic, “four keys” approach to retirement—one that will cover not only your parents’ finances, but also their heath and well-being, their mental attitude, and their involvement with family and friends and the outside world [will] help them have that safe retirement they deserve and provide yourself and your family with peace of mind for, hopefully, years to come.
It does a great job highlighting all of the important information you need to know about this new digital currency without bogging you down in boring terms and dry writing.
“I absolutely LOVE the new book titled “What’s the Deal with Teens and Time Management?” With great expertise, Leslie the author provides a wealth of excellent knowledge and exceptional resources to help parents teach their teens time management skills to succeed in life.”
It is one of the very few works that clearly recognizes that a fulfilling retirement depends on a combination of finances, physical health, mental attitude, and involvement with others.