"At my age, I can't
believe I didn't know this stuff. I'm recommending this book
to all my friends." Carol,
"I wish I'd read this
book 30 years ago." D.L., Philadelphia radio personality.
"What an education.
I'm buying a copy for each of my children. It will be the best
gift I can give them."
C.P., Oxnard, CA
"This is the easiest
reading book on finance that I've seen. Lynott has an informal
style that makes everything easy to understand."
R.A., Augusta, GA
Whether you're a student or an
executive, in an upper income bracket or operating on a tight
budget, you need this manual of personal financial management.
Building personal wealth requires a sound knowledge
of the 33 principles of sound money management covered in this
book. It will tell you in clear and colorful language the four
most important words you will ever hear about handling your personal
How to make credit work for you instead of
against you; how to beat the banks at their own game; places
you should NEVER put your cash; how to avoid costly scams that
are fleecing unwary victims every day; how to make every dollar
you earn work for you; how to minimize Uncle Sam's piece of your
pie; how to recognize "rules" that were made to be
broken; how to prepare for and enjoy a comfortable retirement.
You'll treasure this book as a valuable permanent
reference to help you travel the bumpy road to personal wealth.
In his years an independent business management
consultant, Bill Lynott counseled hundreds of small business
owners on their personal and business finances. More than 900
of his articles on business, personal finance, and other subjects
have appeared in newspapers, magazines, and trade journals. His
monthly trade journal column "Your Money" has been
running for more than 20 years.