Little choices are just pebbles on the trail to where you want to go, and where you want to go is what you have to decide
(PRWEB) August 15, 2012
ORANGEBURG, N.Y. – Every three years, the Federal Reserve releases statistics from its Survey of Consumer Finances. In data presented in June 2012, the survey’s results were grim, if not unsurprising. The information gathered showed that as of 2010, the median American family had no more wealth than in the early 1990s, erasing almost two decades of accumulated prosperity. Here to help those struggling to make ends meet comes “Choose to Get Out of Brokeville: Simple Steps to Improve Yourself and Your Life” (published by iUniverse), the practical new financial guide by Misty D. Rains.
“Many people are living above their means and stay in the red and need to know how to get above water,” Rains explains. “Many people get in a rut of not having enough and this book is to inspire them to want to get out of the rut and make their life worthwhile.”
An excerpt from “Choose to Get Out of Brokeville”:
“Choices. Choices. Choices. That is the bottom line. That is what we will consider in this book: choices. We will see how the choices you make today will affect everything from you to your family and from today to many tomorrows. Little choices are just pebbles on the trail to where you want to go, and where you want to go is what you have to decide. Will you take the trail to Brokeville or to a life of success and financial freedom?”
Filled with useful tips and straightforward advice, Rains sets readers on the path to solvency in this comprehensive, timely new book.
About the Author
Misty Rains is originally from Virginia and now resides in New York. She has been happily married for 12 years. She is a life insurance agent and has dealt with the public on many levels for many years.
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