Wattle Grove, Australia (PRWEB) July 01, 2011
With the instability of the global economy, many are looking for answers on how they can survive; with the release of his newly published book, Economic Vision, author Kim Stedman hopes to provide the solutions they seek. Here, he serves as an educator who aims to make everyone an informed individual, instead of him just another professional adviser with another willing client who obligingly signs documents even without truly understanding the disclosures.
Economic Vision is written in a language that is easy to understand; it’s a pleasant and thought-provoking read, too. It provides sound insights, direction, and the mechanisms for creating and achieving financial objectives. It ensures a much more thorough understanding of the importance of properly structuring and maintaining financial resources. It provides direction, support and encouragement to achieve the ultimate objective of financial freedom and have the capacity to change lives, relationships, and communities.
“As a financial planner, he provided comprehensive, meaningful and creative solutions for clients whilst educating and thus empowering them. Many of us encouraged Kim to commit his wonderful vision of life to a book so that everyone could share this great man’s perception. From his experience came the educational platform that is now ‘Economic Vision’ and his book of the same name.” – Brett Davies, Brett Davies Lawyers (a private tax law firm)
Through Economic Vision, Stedman offers readers a foundation for personal financial freedom. It is a valuable companion in today’s unpredictable economic conditions.
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About the Author
Kim Stedman is an author, entrepreneur, and educator.
Economic Vision * by Kim Stedman
The Foundation of Personal Financial Freedom
Publication Date: February 15, 2011
Trade Paperback; $29.99; 200 pages; 978-1-4500-7170-3
Trade Hardback; $49.99; 200 pages; 978-1-4500-7171-0
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