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Publisher's Summary

Are you in a mess when it comes to your finances?  

Does money seem to fall through your fingers and you never have enough?  

Do you need help to manage your money so you get the most from it?  

Money is an important, if not vital, part of living. We use it to pay bills and rent, buy clothes and food, support our families, and to treat ourselves when we feel the urge. But making sure that the money you have goes as far as possible is a challenge that not all of us are up to.

In this audiobook Money: The Ultimate Guide To Get A Personal Finance Makeover, you will be treated to some of the best advice that is available that will help you to:

  • Understand priorities and where you stand
  • Keep track and set limits 
  • Fix the order of what gets paid
  • Find ways to save money

With the tips and ideas contained within these chapters, you could soon find that you have a lot more cash to spend than before...just by simply making sure you take care of it wisely.

Buy the audiobook to make sure that money doesn’t burn a hole in your pocket!

©2019 Zen Mastery (P)2019 Zen Mastery

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  • shankstab
  • 2019-08-13

makeover= save money end of story

this book didnt give any professional quality tips to do what the title said. R ather it was hey dont spend money if you dont have money and saving money is important. pretty basic stuff that even a highschooler with there first job could tell you the exact same advice