ACA Member Chuck Rylant’s Personal Finance Book Receives Top Ranking on Amazon.com

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Book receives ranking on Amazon.com as #1 for Introduction to Investing and #2 for Investing books

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“My intent was to create a personal finance resource that was not only informative but entertaining and relevant to today’s generation."

ACA, the only community of fee-only financial planners focused on holistic planning strategies, announced that the book How to be Rich: The Couple's Guide to a Rich Life Without Worrying About Money written by ACA member Chuck Rylant was ranked on Amazon.com as #1 for Introduction to Investing and #2 for Investing books.

“I'm beyond excited to see this project receive recognition of this nature,” said Chuck Rylant, CFP®. “My intent was to create a personal finance resource that was not only informative but entertaining and relevant to today’s generation. I am thrilled that readers are finding value from this book.”

The book uses an entertaining fable to illustrate key financial concepts, including:

  •     How to stop fighting about money
  •     Secrets many financial advisors don't want you to know
  •     Why budgeting doesn't work and what you can easily do instead
  •     How to set your finances on autopilot so you can stop worrying them
  •     5 Steps to easily and quickly kill credit card debt
  •     Immediately increase your paycheck with a simple tax planning strategy
  •     How much money you should be saving--it's not what you've been told
  •     Why investing too much in the stock market can be devastating
  •     How much to put in stocks, bonds, and other investments
  •     How to stop worrying about money

To order copies of the book, click on the following link: How to be Rich: The Couple's Guide to a Rich Life Without Worrying About Money.

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