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Book Review

Publisher's Note:

Give Yourself a RAISE: How to Have More Money, Less Stress, Financial Freedom Product Description Stress over money is bad for your health, and money conflict is a leading cause of divorce. Gordon Bennett's new book is a how-to-do-it guide for successfully managing your money. It starts with a 6-question Financial Freedom Risk Assessment to provide a quick look at your financial health. Everyone can benefit from the unique Freedom Money Management System (tm). You will improve the way you manage money using online banking for simple control. If your boss won't give you a raise, you need to do it for yourself! You can realistically give yourself a "raise" by ending money waste. Keeping a bucket around the house that leaks makes no more sense than having a money "bucket" that is leaking money. You will find and plug leaks in your money "bucket." Step by step examples lead you through, the Freedom Money Management System In the process you will learn a fail-safe method for ending internal…

Give Yourself a Raise

by Gordon Bennett

Overall Book Review:

Give Yourself a Raise is a comprehensive, easy to understand guide on personal money management. Author Gordon Bennett Bleil offers excellent information and sound advice on a myriad of important financial topics. While the book emphasizes debt management, it touches on other essentials like investing, retirement, credit scores, identity theft, and emergency preparedness. The book provides multiple money management worksheets and step-by-step directions on how to use them. My favorite part of Give Yourself a Raise was the Financial Freedom Risk Assessment Quiz. After answering a series of questions, I was able to easily identify a few areas where my family could become more fiscally responsible. Give Yourself a Raise will help readers have more money, less stress, and find sweet financial freedom. 

This book was sent to Compass Book Ratings for review by Cadence Group


Content Analysis:

Profanity/Language:  None

Violence/Gore:  None

Sex/Nudity:  None

Mature Subject Matter:

Debt and financial stress

Alcohol / Drug Use:

None

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About the Reviewer

My mother was the one who sparked my love of books. Long before school instruction, she sat me down and taught me to read. My childhood was filled with trips to the library and bookmobile to find great books. My first loves were The Little House series by Laura Ingalls Wilder and the Pippi Longstocking series by Astrid Lingren. Now as a mom and speech pathologist, I am constantly looking for good, clean books to use at home and in therapy. I enjoy reading many different genres, but my favorites are usually historical fiction. I married my best friend, the “boy next door”, and we have a beautiful little girl who we often find sprawled out on the floor, flipping through picture books. Together our family likes to swim, run and play tennis. Besides reading, I also love to bake, garden and travel.