Organizer Kit Named Book of the Month by Michelle Singletary in “The Color of Money”

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Syndicated Washington Post personal finance columnist Michelle Singletary names the Financial Planning Organizer Kit as her October book of the month pick. The kit is also included in her year-end wrap up article, Â?Giving Gifts That Make Good Financial Sense.Â?

Syndicated Washington Post personal finance columnist Michelle Singletary names the Financial Planning Organizer Kit as her October book of the month pick. The kit is also included in her year-end wrap up article, “Giving Gifts That Make Good Financial Sense.”

In the October 17th article, Singletary writes, “The fact is, our financial lives have become too complicated and too full of paper for us to continue being disorganized.” The article, which includes an interview with Mary Martin, the author of the Financial Planning Organizer Kit, discusses the real problem of disorganized files and how it can cost you money.

The Financial Planning Organizer Kit is one of several home filing solutions published by Homefile Publishing. Each easy-to-use kit divides important personal financial papers into categories and shows, on a series of file divider cards, what to keep in each category, what not to keep there and how long to keep those papers. Homefile’s kits are written by husband and wife CFPs Mike and Mary Martin and have been recommended by the Wall Street Journal, Money Magazine, and MSN Money.

For additional information please visit the website at http://www.homefile.net or call 800-695-FILE (3453).

The Financial Planning Organizer Kit ($24.95, 48 page handbook + 24 file divider cards, ISBN: 1-882584-55-4)is available from Homefile Publishing at http://www.homefile.net or by calling 1-800-695-FILE (3453). It is also available at The Container Store.

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