What’s your Financial Gameplan Book

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This book brings alive the story of foundational financial planning and why individuals and families need to have one for themselves. It simplifies and demystifies financial planning and shows you how to get the best out of your money. Learn Neala’s common sense principles for managing your money.

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This book brings alive the story of foundational financial planning and why individuals and families need to have one for themselves. It simplifies and demystifies financial planning and shows you how to get the best out of your money. Learn Neala’s common sense principles for managing your money.

About This Book

What does your financial situation look like?

What’s Your Financial Game Plan? –The book takes readers on a step-by-step journey to learn the principles needed to develop a fool-proof financial strategy for their situation, whatever that might be. It opens their eyes to the possibilities that money has to offer if they utilise it wisely and also show them what happens when they don’t.

Through the stories of four friends who have the same job with the same salary, we see how they end up in totally different financial positions. What happened? One used his money to his advantage and ended up financially successful, another was able to pay off her mortgage much earlier than expected, while the others ended up in debt – and very stressed and depressed.

Filled with in-depth insights and practical advice, What’s Your Financial Gameplan? will show you how to incorporate certain proven strategies to change the way you see and handle your finances. You’ll discover:

  • Financial planning
  • The power of compounding, positive and negative
  • The importance of a credit report
  • Debt, good and bad
  • A savings strategy
  • An investment-making approach
  • This book will hopefully inspire and lead you to financial success, whatever that might look like for you personally

Product Details

Paperback: 222 pages
Publisher: Brad and Adam Publishing
Language: English
ISBN-13: 978-0957504509

Product Dimensions: 13.3 x 1.3 x 20.3 cm

Chapters:
Chapter 1: Brad’s Story ‘The Here and Now’
Chapter 2: Brad’s Story ‘Debt Analysis: Stressed and Depressed’
Chapter 3: Jennifer’s Story ‘Breakeven Analysis: The Hidden Trap’
Chapter 4: Sally’s Story ‘Savings Analysis: Peace of Mind’
Chapter 5: Adam’s Story ‘Frugal Living’
Chapter 6: Adam’s Story ‘Wealth Analysis: Relieved and Happy’
Chapter 7: Action Plan ‘What Do We Do Now’
Chapter 8: Foolproof Your Financial Plan ‘Brad, Jennifer, Sally & Adam Demystified’
Chapter 9: A New Way of Thinking ‘Opportunities and Risks’
Chapter 10: Debunking Countries’ Finances ‘Global Analysis’
Chapter 11: Rise of the Consumer: ‘History Revisited’
Chapter 12: Conclusion: ‘Where do we go from here?’
Glossary
Useful Information
Index

About the Author

Neala Okuromade is the author of What’s Your Financial Gameplan? and the follow-up workbook What’s Your Financial Gameplan? – The Workbook, which deal with personal finance issues founded on a long fascination for implementing practical solutions to everyday money problems.

Neala’s aim in writing these books was to redefine the way individuals viewed their finances, bringing enlightenment and joy to what may seem a boring, challenging or even hopeless topic. She highlights the importance of having a personal finance strategy in order to survive and thrive in today’s society.Neala is a member of the Association of Certified Chartered Accountants and has over fourteen years’ experience in accounting. During this time she has been: Project Accountant for a large Property Company, where she supervised a multi-million pound project setting up the finance systems and procedures; a Financial Controller of a Property Exchange Service Company, which was later bought out by an American Nasdaq listed company; and the Associate Director of Finance for one of the most reputable charities in England and Wales at the time.

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2 Responses to “What’s your Financial Gameplan Book”

  1. Debbie Young

    Format: Kindle Edition Review taken from Amazon.co.uk
    This highly readable and accessible guide shows you how to make the most of your income, whatever you earn. It is an empowering and inspiring book, making it clear that no matter what you earn, the only person who decides how to spend it is YOU. If you make the right choices, how you handle your money can radically improve your happiness and well-being.

    Not only does the book advise you how to stay solvent, sane and happy, it also demonstrates how to go one step further by building up an investment fund and effectively becoming your own boss – something that would never occur to most people (I’ve never thought of doing that before), and if it does, most people would only ever dream of doing so. This book makes is sound achievable. I’d always wondered how rich people got rich, and now I know! As an added bonus, this book also made me understand basic principles of national and global economics for the first time.

    The pleasant, unpressured way in which the author presents the facts and advice makes managing your money effectively seem not only achievable but even enjoyable. The author comes across as knowledgeable and authoritative but also sympathetic, understanding, humane and passionate about her readers’ financial well-being – not at all the average person’s impression of a financial advisor. It’s more like having a chat with a friend than a consultation with a finance professional. I also liked the way that the author used four different characters to demonstrate different attitudes to money. This made it her advice much easier to take advice than if it was a set of instructions aimed at the reader.

    I wish I had read this book when I was starting out in the world of work. Following its advice could have radically changed my life, e.g. I might have paid off my mortgage much earlier – something that never occurred to me before, but there’s a feasible example in this book of how you can do so in just 10 years, flying in the face of our society’s standard acceptance that a mortgage must be at least a 25 year sentence (as was mine). Goodness knows what else I might have done by now if i’d managed to do that!

    I will certainly be hanging on to my copy to make sure my 10-year-old daughter reads it before she leaves home, and I’ll be recommending it to young relatives and friends as they enter the world of work – but you’re never too old to read it, I reckon. There are lots of times in your life when it would be worth reading it e.g. approaching retirement and life on a pension. If this book were compulsory reading for all, there would be far fewer hard-up and anxious adults in our society.

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