Bloomington, IN (PRWEB) October 27, 2013
In the financial love story, "Findependence Day" by Jonathan Chevreau, young American couple Jamie and Sheena are featured on a financial reality TV show after finding themselves hopelessly in debt. The tension rises when unexpected life events get in the way.
The book follows the couple over 22 years, addressing the problems many couples face in regards to money including:
- Buying homes and raising children
- Job loss and retirement
- Investments and debt
Chevreau wants readers to understand that financial independence is a much more achievable goal than retirement. He weaves the major financial concepts into the text so seamlessly, the reader is barely distracted from the fast-moving plot. Even so, if readers take the financial lessons to heart and implement them -- these are conveniently summarized at the end of each chapter -- they would be able to achieve financial independence while they're still young enough to enjoy it.
“Life’s most significant events generally involve money in some way or another. Wouldn’t you like to learn all the expensive lessons in life an easier way—vicariously through others—everyday decisions that we make with our money, our jobs, education, hobbies, housing, and every aspect of our life? Fortunately, Jonathan Chevreau has brought us Findependence Day,” wrote Sheryl Garrett, Kansas City-based certified financial planner, in the foreword.