College Secrets: How to Save Money, Cut College Costs and Graduate Debt Free
To properly manage college costs, you need to understand the real price tag of a higher education, including hidden fees that surprise students after they enroll in a college or university.
College Secrets and its companion book, College Secrets for Teens, reveal the true costs of earning a college degree – and then provides hundreds of money-saving ideas to help students and parents reduce or eliminate these expenses. College Secrets can save you $20,000 to $200,000 over the course of a four-year education.
College Secrets for Teens: Money Saving Ideas for the Pre-College Years
We all know that college is expensive. But what about the years before you — or your children — arrive at the college of your dreams?
Long before you or your offspring ever set foot on a college or university campus, you’ll face many thousands of dollars in pre-college expenses.
College Secrets for Teens is the book every 7th through 12th grader and their parents need to have!
Perfect Credit: 7 Steps to a Great Credit Rating 2nd Edition
Revised and fully updated 2nd edition!
If you have negative marks in your credit history, you already know what a pain it is living with bad credit: you get turned down for credit cards and loans, you pay sky-high interest rates when you do get approved, or you have to go (hat in hand) asking family or friends to co-sign for you or loan you money. The list of indignities you suffer with poor credit goes on and on..read more. Read this book if you have poor credit and want to boost your credit score.
Zero Debt: The Ultimate Guide to Financial Freedom 3rd edition
Would you like to be free from financial worries, rest at night knowing your bills are paid, and have peace of mind when it comes to money matters? Then you need Zero Debt– a 30-day action plan to fix your finances. Read this book if you are deep in debt and want to learn how to pay off your debt. Lynnette once had $100,000 in credit card debt and paid it all off without declaring bankruptcy. This is the completely updated 3rd edition.
The Money Coach’s Guide to Your First Million
The Money Coach’s Guide to Your First Million unfolds Lynnette’s unique, seven step plan with strategies to help you manage money, pay off debt, build a great credit rating, and work towards growing and preserving wealth. Lynnette also delivers methods to find top-return investments in real estate and the stock market and protect new wealth with insurance. Read this book if you have a handle on your debt and want to know how to get to the next financial level.
Your First Home: The Smart Way To Get It And Keep It
In Your First Home: The Smart Way to Get It and Keep It, Lynnette Khalfani-Cox, The Money Coach, offers a no-hype personal finance guide that will help you prepare for, find and finance the home of your dreams – and not lose it to foreclosure.
Zero Debt for College Grads: From Student Loans to Financial Freedom 2nd Edition
In Zero Debt for College Grads 2nd Edition, Lynnette provides a reassuring roadmap for stress-free living that will allow you to pay down your debts and save for your future, while cutting your costs and fattening your bank account. Read this book if you are struggling with student loans.
The Identity Theft Recovery Guide: What to Do When Your Social Security Number or Personal Information Have Been Stolen
This easy to understand ebook contains detailed information about each one of the steps you should take if you are a victim of identity theft.
The Identity Theft Recovery Guide book tells you how to notify the IRS when your Social Security number has been misused; specific contact information of all the agencies you need to contact; and it includes two sample letters you can use, with credit bureaus and businesses, to help you recover from ID Theft.
Investing Success: How to Conquer 30 Costly Mistakes and Multiply Your Wealth
With a foreword from investing legend Charles Schwab, Investing Success is a practical, easy-to-understand guide that helps people take control of their financial lives, and avoid or fix common money management and investing mistakes.
By reading Investing Success, you will discover:
- Whether you’re truly ready to invest in the stock market – or if you’re investing “prematurely”
- How to determine if a potential investment is right for you
- Which simple rules of investing work, and which don’t
- The biggest buying and selling blunders that investors make – and how to avoid or fix them
- Tried-and-true ways to help overcome your emotions and make smarter investing decisions
- The do’s and don’ts of dealing with financial advisors (such as stockbrokers, CPAs, and financial planners)
- How to minimize your worries about investing and start multiplying your wealth!
The Millionaire Kids Club – Garage Sale Riches
When Isaiah’s mom asks him to clean out the family garage, she promises her son that he can keep all the money he makes from a garage sale.
Sorting through all those boxes, however, proves to be a very big job. So Isaiah enlists the help of his friends, Sandy, Dennis and Stephanie.
When the four pals start dreaming of what they’ll do with all the money they will earn, they name themselves The Millionaire Kids Club.
But after all their hard work, will they quickly waste their money with a trip to Mega Mall or will they learn a valuable lesson about spending and saving?
About the Millionaire Kids Club Series
The Millionaire Kids Club is a series created to help children understand various financial topics and concepts about money. Each book in the Millionaire Kids Club series addresses the following topics:
- Garage Sale Riches – Saving money, financial choices, frugality (Book 1)
- Putting the Do in Donate – Charitable giving, helping others, civic duty (Book 2)
- Home Sweet Home – Spending wisely, relocating/moving, foreclosure (Book 3)
- Penny Power – Building wealth, investing, compound savings (Book 4)
The Millionaire Kids Club is recommended for children age 5 – 12.
Read the books in the Millionaire Kids Club series together with your children and build a discussion around each topic. This is a great way to start a conversation about money with your children!
A Washington Post Color of Money Book Club selection
Winner of the 2009 EIFLE Award
The Millionaire Kids Club – Home Sweet Home
In Social Studies class it’s time to talk about current events from the newspaper. Three members of The Millionaire Kids Club– Isaiah, Sandy and Dennis- have agreed on a topic.
They want to explain why so many homes in the community have “For Sale” signs. But their buddy, Stephanie, doesn’t want to talk about the subject. After all, her family may have to sell their home too – and that has Stephanie terribly upset.
Stephanie’s dad has lost his job and can’t pay for their home any more. So will Stephanie’s family be able to save their house? Or will they have to move out, and will Stephanie have to leave the neighborhood and her closest friends?
The Millionaire Kids Club – Penny Power
Mrs. Berry’s weekend math assignment is one of the toughest ever. In fact, she seems to have gone a little overboard – she thinks pennies have incredible powers! Powers like curing diseases, building schools, and delivering food and medicine.
Mrs. Berry wants the class to explain how this can be. Isaiah, Sandy, Dennis and Stephanie decide that as members of the Millionaire Kids Club, there’s no money problem they can’t solve.
They’re up for the challenge! But as they start their research, they also discover that Sandy has a money concern of her own – her mom has lost her job. Can the pals solve their crazy penny homework and help Sandy feel a little better at the same time?
The Millionaire Kids Club – Putting the “Do” in Donate
Dennis can’t wait to get to school on Monday to tell his friends about the amazing event that happened at church.
On Sunday, Dennis was one of 50 people at church who received $100 from his pastor. But there’s a catch: Dennis has to use the money to help someone less fortunate.
With advice from his friends, Isaiah, Stephanie and Sandy, Dennis is sure to think of someone in need.
With a little creativity and hard work, the four pals might even figure out a way to turn Dennis’ $100 into an even bigger donation.