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Psych: The Psychology of Money ("Secrets" to help create the life you want.)

Rebecca D. Turner

Published by Cutting Edge Publishing
ISBN 10: 0983432465 / ISBN 13: 9780983432463
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Title: Psych: The Psychology of Money ("Secrets" to...

Publisher: Cutting Edge Publishing

Binding: Paperback

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Synopsis: If you have ever thought, "I can't afford to go through another recession again. I won't live long enough to make it up!" or "There has to be a place I can put my money and not lose but have the growth I need." Then this book is for you. The goal of this book is to help you think differently about money and learn how to protect more and keep more of what you have and what you make. It is also designed to help you find wise and trustworthy advisors to assist you on your journey. From this book you will learn: How to create "recession proof" retirement income. To understand your own humanness when it comes to your money. That becoming vulnerable can help you financially. To realize that whatever we are going through as a country, it is not different this time. To create a millionaire mindset even before you become one. To start these secrets sooner rather than later is a wise decision for you.

About the Author: Rebecca Turner is a business owner in Fort Worth, Texas for over 20 years. YWCA Tribute to Women in Business Honoree, 2008. Publicized author: Tattoo (2006), Virus (2008), Psych (2011), Chosen: An adoption story (2011). Recognized as one of the Great Women of Texas, 2003. Leadership Fort Worth, Class of 1999. American Cancer Society Sword of Hope Award, 1995.

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