I am so excited to announce the launch of an awesome new e-book, Alan Akina’s The Super Duper Simple Book on Money! Akina, who started the financial education company 101 Financial, has provided a very simple yet comprehensive book about getting started with managing your finances. After a very touching introduction in which Akina details some of the difficult aspects of his childhood which led to his interest in helping others with their personal finances, the book is divided into five informative parts: Money In, Money Out, Money We Owe, Money We Grow, Money We Give. Each section provides different details about each of the five fundamentals of personal finance. The information is straightforward and is never dry. I especially liked the Money We Give section because I think we all have a tendency to get so caught up in saving and paying off debt that sometimes we forget to think about giving back. This section of the book was a wonderful reminder that giving is an important cornerstone of personal finance and I really enjoyed reading through it.
This book is geared towards the financial novice – it is super, duper simple – and I know that my readers have many different levels of financial knowledge. But even personal finance experts need a little refresher every now and then, so whether you’re a total personal finance newbie or a seasoned “professional,” I highly recommend that you check this book out. It will take you less than an hour to read and will keep you engaged the whole time!
Just to be clear, this is not a sponsored post. I was lucky to read an advanced copy of the book and really did love it. Seriously, download it and read it as soon as you can – you won’t be disappointed!