ICFE eNEWS #19-19 - April 2019
he Nuts and Bolts of Cash and Credit -
The Book Every Graduate Should Own
By Jim Garnett, a/k/a Ask Mr.G, a member of the ICFE's Board of Educational Advisors
This year, why not give a graduation gift that not only pleases
the graduate, but also prepares him for the future. That's what
my new book, "The Nuts and Bolts of Cash and Credit: An
Encyclopedia of Financial Knowledge" will do.
After 20-years' experience speaking on high school and college
campuses, I know what today's young people need to know about
personal finances. I have put that information in an easy-to-use
reference book that works much like an encyclopedia, so you
don't have to read the whole book to get the answers to your
specific questions. Every topic is indexed by page number both
alphabetically and by subject matter.
College-aged young people cannot afford to step on a college
campus or enter the work force without a personal knowledge of
things like how credit cards work, or how to set up a personal
budget, of knowing about interest rates, or why it so important
to have an emergency savings account. Lack of preparation in
those areas is a sure formula for personal financial disaster.
Through the end of May I am offering this $19.95 book for only
$13.50 including tax and postage. That's a 50% discount!
You can preview
my book on Amazon.com but
this fantastic offer can only be made through me personally. I
can take credit cards by phone (515) 577-1799, or receive checks
or money orders. My contact information is below. Be sure to
include your return mailing address.
After ordering your first copy, you may order additional copies
for only $10.00 each, and I will cover the postage! Remember –
only through the month of May!
Order now and make this year's graduation gift one that will
count for years to come!
PS A college graduate
would benefit just as much from this book!
Get questions like this one answered in my new book, The
Nuts and Bolts of Cash and Credit: An Encyclopedia of Financial
Knowledge" on Amazon.com.
© Jim Garnett, The Debt Doctor
AskMrG Consulting, LLC
2216 SW 35th Street
Ankeny, IA 50023
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Paul S. Richard
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Institute of Consumer Financial Education (ICFE)
About the ICFE:
The Institute of Consumer Financial Education (ICFE) was founded in 1982 by
the late Loren Dunton (creator of the Certified Financial Planner (CFP)
designation and founder of the College for Financial Planning in Denver, CO.)
The ICFE is dedicated to helping consumers of all ages to improve their spending
practices, increase savings and use credit more wisely.
The ICFE is an
award winning, nonprofit, consumer education organization that has helped
millions of people through its financial continuing education courses programs
and resources. In addition to eight Certification courses covering identity
theft, credit files, credit repair and credit scoring, among others, it also
publishes the Do-It-Yourself Credit File correction Guide, which is updated
annually. The ICFE has distributed over one million Credit/Debit Card Warning
Labels and Credit/Debit Card Sleeves world wide.
The ICFE is a partner
with the national Jump$tart Coalition for Financial Literacy and the California
Jump$tart chapter. The ICFE staff is also active with San Diego Saves and
Military Saves, both offshoots of America Saves.
The ICFE is also an
on-line help for consumers who spend too much. ICFE's spending help was featured
in PARADE Magazine in the Intelligence Report section. The money helps and tips
are from the ICFE's Money Instruction Book, our course in personal finance.
The ICFE helps consumers and students with mending spending, learning about
the proper use of credit, budget and expense guidelines, how to set up and
implement a spending-plan and also how to access financial education courses and
how to teach children about money. Other ICFE services include: Ask Mr. G
library, a free eNews service, and an online resource center for students,
parents and educators, plus financial education learning tools in the ICFE Book