Household Finance: Frugality is not Enough!

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During this economic downturn frugality has rightly become all the rage. Families are well-advised to reevaluate their spending habits to stem the tide. However, it is virtually impossible to make fully-informed personal finance decisions without first considering a hidden piece of information about how money works. That missing piece is the role played by the monetary system and how it affects us directly.

Author and consultant, Susan Boskey, has taken off her gloves when it comes to advising her clients in today's uncertain economic environment. While the Fed and the Treasury hasten to reverse the current economic downturn, frugality has become all the rage. However Boskey warns her clients that they are still likely to be behind the eight ball if "belt tightening" is the only measure they take going forward.

"Frugality alone is not enough during this economic crisis. For everyday families to enjoy similar financial security as in times past, something more is needed." Boskey shatters conventional wisdom saying that traditional household finance strategies are basically outdated given today's economic environment. She states that the current environment requires access to a new personal finance formula for success; one that not only reevaluates how we spend but also how we earn, save and invest.

Her book, The Quality Life Plan: 7 Steps to Uncommon Financial Security sets out to reveal why this is critically important by proving how it is virtually impossible to make fully-informed personal finance decisions without considering a hidden piece of information about money. That missing piece is the role played by the monetary system and how it affects us directly.

Those seeking to increase their financial IQ and who want a genuine way out off the vicious hamster wheel of credit and debt will be both encouraged and empowered. Financial data is written in simple terms for real people in a step-by-step workbook style. Readers are able to take immediate steps to reverse course and regain control over their finances. Self-defeating habits naturally shift once money is seen in a new light. The Quality Life Plan leads the way to an entirely new and needed personal finance paradigm.

"We cannot solve problems with the same thinking we used when we created them." Albert Einstein

About the Author: Susan Boskey co-produced the last leg of R. Buckminster Fuller's 1983 speaking tour in Northern California. Bucky directly inspired her understanding of systems thinking leading to two decades of independent education and training about the monetary system, its personal impact and long-term solutions. She has been educating and empowering clients since 2001 as an Alternative Financial Consultant.

To find out more about Susan Boskey and The Quality Life Plan: 7 Steps to Uncommon Financial Security, go to http://www.alternativefinancialnow.com

To book an interview, contact Bobbi Van Riet at 250-858-0664

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