Everyone’s Money Book on Financial Planning

It’s no wonder that, with all the financial planning options available, the thought of creating a financial plan can appear to be overwhelming to most of us. However, that does not mean the task should be avoided. If anything, the increase in options demonstrates the demand that exists for individuals to prepare for their financial welfare. Jordan Elliot Goodman’s book, Everyone’s Money Book on Financial Planning, may be just the guide you need to help you create a sound financial strategy. 

An accomplished financial commentator, television personality, and Wall Street correspondent, Goodman offers readers more than thirty years of financial experience. Using the Internet ranks high on Elliot’s list of priorities. His book introduces—to even the least Internet-savvy individual—how helpful web tools and website addresses may be for all types of financial planning endeavors. He rounds out his resources with a series of simple worksheets that allow you to see your plans on paper. 

If you know you eventually need to establish a financial plan, then why not start now? Goodman’s book, Everyone’s Money Book on Financial Planning, may help you prepare for your financial journey.

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