Credit, Taxes and Budgeting

How to Be Financial AF: A Beginner's Guide for Millennials & Graduates, Book 1
By: Sam Woke
Narrated by: Joseph J. Kent
Length: 1 hr and 36 mins
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Having financial hardships? That's the frightening reality of adulthood. Sometimes it's best to go back to basics. Instead of buying something that will fade, break, or go out of style, get something that will help you now and in the future.

How to Be Financial AF is a light-hearted, funny audiobook with the fundamental parts of finance. It has real-life advice, examples, and actionable tips we were never told. With these tips and strategies shared in this book, you'll be able to take action immediately and make instant impact in your life. In the end, you'll know where you stand, and exactly how to move forward with your financial goals.

©2017 Samuel Coicou (P)2017 Samuel Coicou

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Like any other generation, millennials are just trying to survive amidst the messes that decades prior left them. It has never been harder to afford rent or car payments or health insurance than it is now. And that’s certainly not the fault of millennials. If you’re a young adult trying to save money for your future, but don’t know how or if it’s even possible for you, here’s a selection of audiobooks featuring budgeting tips to help you get started.

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Good basic info.

I liked the info and how it was presented. I had a basic understanding of credit and taxes but I still found some valuable tips and info i didn’t know. The over use of millennial slang was a bit annoying, but tolerable.

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Perfect guide for recent grads

For obvious reasons the title alone caught my attention. I’ve been saying since I️ graduated, “there needs to be a transition counselor from school to real world.” With this book I️ feel like that is exactly what I️ got. Sam made the information easy and digestible. I️ can’t wait to read the rest of the volumes.

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Must have.

I love this book! Very easy to follow and understand. I recommend this book to anyone who wants a clear understanding of finance.