Money sense starts with responsibility and confidence and attitude. You first must realize your money is your responsibility. Then you must learn enough about money matters to gain confidence to do what must be done. The right attitude is essential. Young professionals in their 20's and 30's already should have a good foundation of knowledge about money. Many do. Unfortunately, many do not.
The goal of this audiobook is to help young people start (or continue) moving in the right direction with money issues. The articles are short and informative. Listen to them and learn. Then pass on, by example, what you have learned to your peers and to your children.
Bill Stanley is the Money Coach. He educates and trains; he congratulates and encourages. He teaches accountability and common sense to help you manage your money world. Bill is a fiduciary, someone who puts the client first. He does not sell financial products. Bill helps people of all ages. His dog, Zorro the Money Dog, does one-minute videos for elementary school children. Bill works with high schoolers and young adults to point them in the right direction. His Money sense is used by those in the middle of their careers as well as those approaching and in retirement.
In this audiobook, Bill provides solid, easy-to-understand advice to Young Professionals who are starting and building careers after formal education. Money Sense for Young Professionals will help the listener enjoy a successful money life. And have more for life's priorities.