Friday, October 8, 2010

Easy Money by Gail Vaz-Oxlade

Money. People want more money, but not everyone understands money. How can you make more? How can you save what you have? What can your money do for you? Easy money is usually an indication that something is too good to be true, but in this book, written specifically for people who struggle with literacy, Gail Vaz-Oxlade tells people how to start taking control of their money. The lessons in this book will be familiar to anyone who has seen Gail Vaz-Oxlade's TV shows (Til Debt do us Part and Princess) or has read any of her other financial books. This book, though, is short (86 pages) and direct - telling people how critical it is to take control of their finances, no matter how much money they make. I think that there are people out there who can find financial books overwhelming, and I hope that they find this book. This book is like a great little appetizer, introducing some of the important themes you'll need to know if you reader more on the subject.

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Read it with:
Debt-Free Forever by Gail Vaz-Oxlade
The Hangman by Louise Penny
The Ultimate TFSA Guide by Gordon Pape
397 Ways to Save Money by Kerry K. Taylor
Personal Finance for Canadians for Dummies by Eric Tyson

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