Author of Munny Journey is offering free copies of his first book “Let’s Save America.”
Coeur d’Alene, ID - Author and financial consultant Brad Dugdale wants to change the financial culture in America. Almost ten years ago, Dugdale wrote a book entitled “Let’s Save America” with the singular goal of teaching Americans about compound interest. In Dugdale’s experience, so many people are afraid of doing the wrong thing with their money that they end up doing nothing.
“The power of compound interest is life-changing,”
So, Dugdale is giving away the book, in order to help change the financial landscape of America. If someone is interested in obtaining a free copy of the book, all they have to do is visit http://munnyjourney.com/
Let's Save America is a book dedicated to financial literacy, particularly the simple but extremely powerful concept of compound interest. Compound interest is the key to help every individual achieve financial security and independence. You do not have to live a life of debt! You can achieve wealth by putting into action a proven formula - a formula that has been around for thousands of years.
About the Author
Brad Dugdale is a veteran financial consultant with over 25 years experience. He is the senior partner on a team that manages over $300 million in assets for clients throughout the United States. Brad is a financial literacy expert, speaker and author of two books.
His latest book is titled “Munny Journey, a Keepsake Journal for Baby’s First Money.” The book is modeled after traditional baby journals and records money “firsts”, such as baby’s first dollar, first savings account and first investment. It is also an educational tool, providing information on saving and investing and how compound interest can create wealth.
Brad’s life was changed in his second year of college when realized that small sums of money invested over time can make a family financially secure. He wants to change the way America thinks about money and stop the generational debt spirals that occur when parents aren’t able to pass on good financial skills to their kids.
Brad has appeared on numerous television and radio programs and writes columns for websites, newspapers and magazines throughout the country. His first book “Let’s Save America, 9 Lessons to Financial Success” was published in 2000 and in 2007 he produced a documentary on the credit card industry called “U.R. Pre-approved”