Review Faithful Finance: 10 Secrets to Move from Fearful Insecurity to Confident Control
by EMILY G. STROUD
The majority of us do not know how to handle finances wisely, as money management and budgets are proven to be daunting tasks. Such brings us frustration whether we’ll figure out finances well enough to experience financial freedom. And though we have this desire to have an organized and planned out finances allocated to things of great importance, we are oftentimes left without any idea of how to fully execute it.
Faithful Finance was written by Emily G. Stroud, a financial advisor with twenty years of experience in providing people with financial solutions. From her years of experience, she concluded that financial management entails stress, but this does not always have to be the case. On another note, finances can also bring happiness and a sense of security.
Through this book, one will:
- Strategically create a framework for a savings plan that suits personal objectives
- Allocate budget wisely
- Minimize debt
- Organize and plan kids’ college life
- Confidently insure life
- Create a legacy in estate planning
- Determine and discover the essence of real wealth
Through a conversational approach, this book will allow readers to understand and imbibe life secrets and tips that are guaranteed to be effective in every financial situation. With humorous insights and inspirational advice, the author leads you to take another chance to decide which will eventually lead to your desired financial life and stability.
About the Author
Emily G. Stroud voices out her financial secrets through her book titled Faithful Finance. She established an investment company called Stroud Financial Management, to which she works as the head manager. With over two years of experience in the field of finance, she managed to land an MBA and Chartered Financial Analyst license. Her work involves giving out lectures and professional advice, which concerns finances and money management. Currently, she is living in Fort Worth, Texas, together with her husband and two loving children.
Table of Contents
- Let a Professional Worry about Your Money So You Don’t Have To
- Cash Is King (or Queen)
- God Is a Good Gift Giver
- Do Not Borrow from Peter to Pay Paul
- Pay Yourself First
- Is Your Life Insured?
- Nobody Got Rich Paying Too Much for a House
- When Can I Transition from Making Money to Spending It?
- My kids Want to Go to College, Now What?
- Proper Estate Planning Is a Great Legacy
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