"Easy Money" by Gail Vaz-Oxlade

Wouldn't you love to have more money? Then you wouldn't have to worry about it so much. Well, what if you could have less worry with the same amount of money you currently make? Gail Vaz-Oxlade says that is very possible.


On the television show Til' Debt Do Us Part (Slice), Gail Vaz-Oxlade shows in-debt couples how to take control of their money and erase their debt forever. She has also written numerous best-selling books on the same subject. In Easy Money, Gail provides you with the basics you need to know about managing your money, saving and paying down debt.


In the book, Gail covers the topics of needs versus wants, budgets, credit, debt, planning, saving and choosing bank accounts. The book is short (86 pages) so Gail gets straight to the point in her typical no-nonsense way.


If you are currently in financial trouble this is the best place to start. If you're looking to trim your budget or save a little extra money, you'll find help here. Let Gail Vaz-Oxlade show you how easy it is to take control of your money.


Easy Money is a part of the Good Reads series. Good Reads books are a partnership of ABC Life Literacy Canada and Grass Roots Press, with support from Human Resources and Skills Development Canada.


Good Reads allows you to discover Canada's best authors. Good Reads authors write stories using clear language, creating enjoyable and accessible books for adult learners as well as a wide range of readers. Good Reads are:

Short: Less than 100 pages.

Fast-paced: Stories you can't put down

Easy-reading: Clear language and layout

Good looking: Terrific covers

Canadian: Written by Canada's best authors.


Check out Good Reads books and ABC Life Literacy Canada at www.goodreadsbooks.com

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  1. Sounds like a good, snappy read!

    Cxx

    PS I've namechecked you for an award on my blog, I hope you like it.

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