We’ve added Soldier of Finance: Take Charge of Your Money and Invest in Your Future by Jeff Rose to NetGalley. Book reviewers, journalists, librarians, professors, booksellers, bloggers, or other book professionals are invited to download an e-galley. Click HERE to submit your request for Soldier of Finance.
Everybody knows the military can take the most ordinary of civilians and mold them into highly effective, battle-ready soldiers. What if the same principles taught in the military to survive combat and defeat enemy forces were applied to personal financial management? Could an ordinary civilian, struggling with finances, learn to evaluate the enemy (debt), set up a plan of attack, and not only survive financial difficulties, but conquer them efficiently and effectively? Could an ordinary civilian take an oath, complete the training and transform into a Soldier of Finance? The answer is yes.
Modeled on The Soldier’s Handbook, the 258-page standard issue to those who enlist in the US Army, Soldier of Finance is organized in module format, each section dealing with an essential element of financial success. Intended as a survival guide, it contains advice to navigate obstacles and provides the basic knowledge to engineer a winning strategy for building stable and enduring wealth.
A trained soldier knows that the key to success is action based on knowledge. To avoid sending unprepared warriors into unknown terrain, each section has hands-on Warrior Tasks and Go/No Go reports for the reader to complete before moving on to the following section.
Whether your financial life is in complete dire straits, or you’ve merely stumbled a little and need help finding your way back on track, the solid advice and simple step-by-step guidance laid out in Soldier of Finance will be sure to whip you into tip-top financial shape. Are you ready to take the oath?
Lace up your boots; welcome to Basic.
Jeff Rose is a Certified Financial Planner™ and an Iraq combat veteran. A regular contributor to U.S. News & World Report, MarketWatch, and Equifax.com, he is the author of two popular personal finance blogs, Soldier of Finance and the nationally recognized Good Financial Cents, which has been featured in Forbes, The Huffington Post, Kiplinger, and The Wall Street Journal.
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