How to reclaim your financial freedom and the lost art of saving
I am representing Money Assassins by Chad Viminitz. It gives readers a comprehensive examination and explanation of why we are set up to fail financially. Learn who the Money Assassins are, how to reduce financial stress, and how to unlock the secret to the investor-saver confusion in order to live a life of financial courage.
Money Assassins gives readers a new and refreshing analysis on how to beat debt and increase wealth. It ultimately attempts to answer the question: Why are so many smart, hard working individuals breaking the most basic financial rule 'spend less than you make?'
This book strives to revive the lost art of saving and in doing so returns economic power to the middle class. Individual financial behaviour is paramount in the promotion of postivie social and environmental change, and yet this link is rarely, if ever, discussed. Ultimately, Money Assassins promotes an overhaul of consumptive patterns by providing real solutions on how to overcome debt and recapture financial stability.
Did you know that 1/3rd of individuals can’t remember what they gave their significant other for Christmas last year?(1) Why spend a lot of money and be financially stressed out at this special time of the year?
So what’s the answer to avoiding going into debt for the sake of a few forgotten gifts? Every child likes to see a big pile of presents under the tree, and more than a few adults do too, but that said, nobody likes a big credit card bill in January or February either.
“If you don’t want to still be paying for items the following summer you have to look at alternative ways to celebrate, be creative and demonstrate caring.,” says Chad Viminitz, whose book Money Assassins is about reclaiming your financial freedom.