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A noted financial planner explains how to transform your finances. Here's how to organize, invest, save, and realize your dreams.

Are you treading water financially? Or worse, are you sinking? Do credit-card interest, loan payments, and the cost of living take too big a bite out of your income? Let professional financial planner Robert Pagliarini give you a six-day financial makeover.

Learn a great new system for identifying your dreams. Learn how you can save, even at your current income level, to reach your goals. Put your finances on autopilot. Identify your investment personality and invest with a purpose. Plan for the future so that even unexpected events find you well prepared. You'll learn all this, plus implement everything you've learned using the book's Web site.

The Six-Day Financial Makeover is simple, achievable, enormously satisfying, and incredibly easy to implement. It really will change your life in six days.

©2006 Robert Pagliarini (P)2006 Blackstone Audio Inc.

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  • Wayne
  • Norwalk, OH, USA
  • 01-07-07

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Excellent coverage on insurance, what papers should be in a safe and what should be in a safe deposit box. Say's budgeting doesn't work, but then basically has you create a budget under a different name. Which is fine, because budgets do work and are necessary. Worth a listen to even if you've read Orman, Bach, or Ramsey.

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