Just starting out and want to know how to manage your money? This handbook outlines what you need to know to make financially savvy choices—from emergency cash funds to reducing your investment fees.
Based on research and her own experiences after leaving home when she was eighteen and retiring at age forty-one, the author learned what choices matter most to your finances. This book reveals those insights.
In thirty minutes, this guide will teach you foundational knowledge on how to be smart with the money you earn, invest and spend.
Start now to get in control of your money.
Nancy O’Hare earned an executive MBA with distinction through the Cass Business School in London, United Kingdom. She held a Chartered Professional Accountant designation for nearly twenty years before she voluntarily gave it up in good standing when she became an author. Nancy lived and worked across five continents, leading finance teams in diverse locations such as Nigeria, Oman and Switzerland. In addition to being passionate about personal finance, she is equally fascinated about travelling to remote locales and learning about disparate cultures.