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"Amassing wealth and becoming financially independent is a slow process..." says financial planning expert Joseph C. Newtz and author of MoneyRX: Your Prescription for Financial Success. The average person is unaware about basic money management and the standard practices of the financial services industry. So Newtz's open and honest approach is mind altering. Newtz achieved financial planning mastery by emulating the little-known techniques used by his affluent clients. If you are a middle-class American, you are probably living within your means versus living according to your values -- a big mistake that can derail your financial future. Complex financial terms are explained in layman's terms. You will learn about inflation, taxes and other "erosion factors that are directly related to retirement." As Newtz attests, money issues are not always about money. Most importantly, the purpose of the money determines where you put it.
I loved MoneyRX: Your Prescription for Financial Success. Joseph C. Newtz's expertise is broad and in depth. He has a bachelor's degree in business administration and is a Certified Financial Education Instructor and Certified Life Coach. Previously, he was an officer in the U.S. Army Reserves. He has an affable, but no nonsense style that resonates with his readers and followers of his weekly blog, Moneyrx.net. I enjoyed the insider secrets about the financial services industry that only a seasoned veteran could provide. The graphics, charts and appendices strengthened my understanding of key lessons. The Foreword written by his uncle was endearing and revealed Newtz's lifelong dedication to helping people with their finances. MoneyRX: Your Prescription for Financial Success is an exceptional book and is highly recommended.