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Each year do you resolve to improve your finances only to have something happen that pushes you back to the same place you were last year? Thrive In Five: Take Charge of Your Finances in 5 Minutes a Day will help you change that. With daily short tips that take five minutes or less, this book will help you improve your credit score, spend less, and save more money – all while getting organized!
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“Thrive In Five: Take Charge of Your Finances In 5 Minutes A Day” is a comprehensive, no nonsense book.
Jill’s direct, easy-to-understand style makes it Super Easy to take control of your finances TODAY. As someone who’s worked in a financial institution for 15 years, I’ve never seen everything so comprehensively laid out. This book should be required reading, and can be given to anyone at any age to help them save money. Jill truly understands that finances don’t have to be dull, boring and complicated. She even gives you days to ‘catch up’!
It sends chills up my spine to think about all of the people who don’t know these simple, doable steps.
READ this book and quickly take control of your finances. And get this— Each day the steps are written in a day-by-day, paint-by-numbers format, all EASY yet DOABLE!
Hey, it only takes five minutes or so each day — yet each step can take you one step closer to finally taking control of your finances!
I say get this book and get this book right NOW! It’s awesome!”
Tracey Fieber, Retirement Transition Expert
New Face of Retirement – www.NewFaceofRetirement.com
Praises for Thrive In Five: Take Charge of Your Finances In 5 Minutes a Day
“In the changing credit market, your advice has been in valuable. I have learned what factors make up a credit score and how I can help my clients to improve and avoid hurting their scores.”
Rick Bangs, CPA, Richard E. Bangs, Jr CPA 203-252-2100
“Jill is always up-to-date on the latest financial trends and has a stellar way of breaking it down so it’s easy to understand. Over the past three years I have followed her newsletter, I have learned how to better and easily manage my finances including budgeting and monitoring my credit report.”
ChaChanna Simpson, Owner, Twentity.com
“I have known Jill Russo Foster for several years and her knowledge of personal finances spans many areas such as credit, financing, debt reduction, budgeting and more. She can explain topics in an easy to understand manner so that you know what to do for your situation. Jill has real passion and concern for all she speaks to. She wants people to live better lives by gaining control of their finances.”
Marian Cicolello, WBDC, CTWBDC.org
“I have had the pleasure of working with, listening to, and relying on Jill Russo Foster and her deep knowledge of personal finance and credit for the past year. Jill’s wealth of experience and “easy to follow” advice is as important to young adults as are the basic educational requirements of Math, English, and Science.
I wholeheartedly recommend Jill’s books, seminars, and forums to anyone interested in clean credit, low finance charges, and a bright fiscal future.”
State Representative Fred Camillo, 151st District-CT, RepFredCamillo.com
“Jill Russo Foster’s book has had a profound effect on how we view our money situation and how we teach our children about finances. I would recommend her books and services to anyone who is serious about saving and responsibly spending their money.”
Michael LaMagna, Esq. 914-534-1048
“This year, far more than any other year, my husband Paul (the neat freak) and I (not so much) have both felt the need to “clean house”. In past years we haven’t been so aligned on this issue! Thanks to charitable organizations that will come right to your door and pick up unwanted clothing, home furnishings, and assorted tchotchkes and then put them to very good use, it’s easier than ever. We’ve both been feeling weighted down by the unnecessary clutter, and each time we schedule a pickup, it makes us more aware of the things that are not needed, and more eager to schedule another pickup – and more conscious about buying things that aren’t truly needed. We’ve also cut back on buying material gifts for the kids and opting for “experience” gifts such as skiing lessons, tickets to a show, and family outings. Truly, they don’t miss the gifts at all – the average toy captures their attention for literally about a week.”
Carolyn Aversano, Publisher / Managing Editor, Natural Awakenings Magazine, Fairfield County, ENaturalAwakenings.com
“Thanks to Jill Russo Foster, I balance my checkbook every day. It may sound time-consuming, but it’s the easiest thing I’ve ever done. My husband and I used to overdraw our account because we both use debit cards. Monthly balancing took forever, because we had a hundred tiny transactions and receipts. Jill recommended daily balancing, and that worked for us. I log into our bank account in the morning, balance our transactions, and it only takes a few minutes a day. Thanks, Jill!”
Valerie Crowley, Virtual Assistant, ValerieCrowley.com
“In today’s hectic world, it’s hard to keep everything in check. Working & raising a family can leave little time for much else. But, our finances are one thing we simply can’t let slide. Using her years of experience in the financial world, Jill has made it simple to take charge of your finances, by creating bite-sized pieces that anyone can follow. With something as critical as your finances, you can’t afford not to carve out 5 minutes each day to get yourself in gear!”
Kristin Andree, President – Andree Media & Consulting,
Author: Don’t Make Me Pull This Car Over: A Roadmap for the Working Mom
“Ready to quit worrying and start taking control of your finances? Get a copy of Jill’s book (or book title) and get started today!
Jill steps you through different priorities each month, one task a day. Rather than feeling overwhelmed, you’ll be amazed at how easy it is to take the things that you have been putting off and finally getting them done!”
Vicki Heise, Founder, Live Your Healthy Life, LiveYourHealthyLife.com
“Finances are a big part of everyday life and can be costly. My client, Jill Russo Foster, breaks down finances into easy to understand steps that will help you get a grasp of your finances.”
Steve Harrison, Bradley Communications, www.FreePublicity.com
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