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Reviewed by Romuald Dzemo for Readers' Favorite
Money Matters: Everything You Should Have Learned in School, but Didn't by Veronica Karas is a non-fiction business book that will appeal to fans of Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki, a book that speaks about money and the wisdom that is not taught in schools. In this book, the author lets readers in on secrets that drive success, explaining what the rich do right that those who are financially struggling don’t get. The book offers tips on how to build a winning attitude towards money. In this book readers will learn how to start it right, what they need to be able to save money properly, to choose the right investment programs, to file taxes properly, and a lot more. In a nutshell, this book outlines the right financial attitudes to develop and unveils secrets to financial security while exposing some of the common pitfalls that people get trapped in.
In language that is clear and conversational and in a manner that is concise, Veronica Karas shares powerful tips on financial management and growth with readers. The book is filled with practical and actionable tips, insights into behaviors that can assure financial stability or leave readers broke. As I read this book, I could identify those mistakes I have been making all along and missed opportunities. The author uses real life examples to drive home the message to readers. Money Matters: Everything You Should Have Learned in School, but Didn't is filled with wisdom, a companion for readers who are seeking tools to properly and efficiently manage their financial life and make it prosper.