Personal Finance for Busy People-The Book to Use When There is No Time to Lose

As the author states, “the dollars roll in and they roll out again. Despite raises and bonuses there is always more month than there is paycheck.” This highly informative book deals with finding the answers to questions about how to squeeze more income out of what you make on a monthly basis. In a comprehensive format, Robert A. Cooke suggests new areas where people might find savings when they thought or believed there were only added expenses. 

For example, should you buy or lease a car? The right answer might save a significant amount of money. In addition, the author defines, in relatively easy terms, the basics of credit debt negotiation. What’s a better deal, and when is spending extra money on such things as maintenance contracts really worth it?

Cooke also compares many relatively safe investments so that people who cannot afford or may be intimidated by risk can still put money aside. This book offers easy access to helpful financial information, a valuable “asset” in today’s fast-paced, demanding world.


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