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Too much debt? Not enough savings? It's time to become a battle-ready financial warrior, prepared to tackle any money challenge.
Modeled on the Soldier's Handbook, which is issued to all new U.S. Army recruits, Soldier of Finance is a no-nonsense, military-style training manual to overcoming financial obstacles and building lasting wealth. Financial planner and experienced army veteran Jeff Rose has divided this book into 14 modules, each section covering an essential element of financial success. You will learn how to: Evaluate your position and commit to changeTarget and methodically…mehr

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Too much debt? Not enough savings? It's time to become a battle-ready financial warrior, prepared to tackle any money challenge.

Modeled on the Soldier's Handbook, which is issued to all new U.S. Army recruits, Soldier of Finance is a no-nonsense, military-style training manual to overcoming financial obstacles and building lasting wealth. Financial planner and experienced army veteran Jeff Rose has divided this book into 14 modules, each section covering an essential element of financial success. You will learn how to:
Evaluate your position and commit to changeTarget and methodically eliminate debtClean up your credit reportCreate tactical budgetsBuild emergency savingsInvest for the short and long term
Determine an affordable mortgage size, insurance needs, and more. Complete with tales from the trenches and useful tools including quizzes, debriefings, and more, Soldier of Finance is the survival guide you need to face down your finances and bring order and prosperity to your life.
Autorenporträt
JEFF ROSE, is a Certified Financial Planner(TM) and an Iraq combat veteran. A regular contributor to U.S. News World Report, MarketWatch, and Equifax.com, he is the author of two popular personal finance blogs, SoldierofFinance.com and the nationally recognized goodfinancialcents.com, which has been featured in Forbes, The Huffington Post, Kiplinger, and The Wall Street Journal.