Like her book, Betty Kincaid is honest and uncompromising. “Most of us were never taught how to invest, the difference between fixed- and adjustable-rate mortgages, the way the stock marketoperates, or how (or even why) to buy a house. The result is a sea of uninformed consumers who are practically asking to be fleeced. We’re seeing the results of this financial ignorance in increased foreclosures, bankruptcies and small business closings,” she says.
“I’m excited about this opportunity to share with The Balancing Act’s viewers my top tips for
controlling your cash and, ultimately, your life.”
Part call-to-arms, part instruction manual, Control Your Cash goes beyond patently obvious
advice you can find anywhere. Instead, it shows what classic pitfalls to avoid and what quiet
opportunities to take advantage of. It impels you to be free – which of course, means being
responsible. Control Your Cash explains every financial concept you could possibly need to
know, and demonstrates how you only have to live hand-to-mouth if you want to. The book is
available in trade paperback and electronic formats on Amazon, BN.com, and at your local
bookstore. Or order directly from http://www.ControlYourCash.com.
Betty Kincaid is among the most accomplished women in American real estate. When naming her a founding member of the UNLV Center for Entrepreneurship, dean Richard Flaherty called Betty “the poster child for entrepreneurs.”
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