Guelph, Ontario (PRWEB) November 03, 2013
While people know they need to be planning for their financial futures and making good decisions with their money, sometimes forming these habits seem overwhelming. In his new book “The Lake of Two Rivers,” financial advisor Rolf Eliason presents this information clearly and in a way that is not overwhelming to his audience.
“The path to financial security is living within your means and to retire personal debt in a deliberate manner, one bit at a time,” Eliason said. “People need to know themselves well to adequately prepare for a future that is one way or another coming their way.”
Eliason shares financial truths through personal stories in his book, which he believes people remember much better than straight facts. “The Lake of Two Rivers” he speaks of is personal wealth, which will grow only by choosing an appropriate lifestyle, based on income available. He shares insights for making sure the income river contributes more to the lake than the river of lifestyle.
“Money does not buy happiness,” Eliason said, “but a lack of it can bring a great deal of angst.”
Eliason also focuses on helping people prepare for their inevitable retirement today. When a friend died unexpectedly, he was inspired to share his knowledge with others through a collection of plain, simple truths in story form. While many think they have time to get their finances in order, this is not always the case. Eliason believes his book will inspire people to take control of their finances today and start planning for their future retirement needs.
“Although most people are interested in the topic of money, many do not handle it well and by the same token, take little thought about their management skills,” he said.
“The Lake of Two Rivers”
By Rolf Eliason
ISBN: 978-1-4836-8782-7 (sc); 978-1-4836-8783-4 (hc); 978-1-4836-8784-1 (e)
Approximately 150 pages
Available at http://www.amazon.com and http://www.barnesandnoble.com.
About the author
Rolf Eliason is a financial advisor living in Guelph, Ontario. He and his wife have two grown sons. Eliason is in his fifteenth year counseling others on personal finance after completing nineteen years of industrial sales. His passion is passing on plain simple truths given him in mentorship and having conversations with people about their finances.