Even many business students who go through finance and economics classes are never really taught personal finance.
Southampton, NJ (PRWEB) January 23, 2014
According to the Gallup Economy and Personal Finance Survey, the average age of people retiring is 61. At first that may seem reasonable, but the increase is quite rapid when one considers the number has steadily increased in the last decade or two from 57.
In the dire economic times we live in today it is not surprising that the age of retirement is increasing; yet this is only one of the many negatives due to financial problems facing today’s youth. Author and financial expert Chris Simber has simplified his best personal finance tips and tricks in his new book, “Personal Finance Simply Understood.”
“Even many business students who go through finance and economics classes are never really taught personal finance,” Simber said. “Money management is something we often learn from our parents or unfortunately trial and error.”
Simber founded his own company around personal finance software that he engineered and designed. He has spent his career trying to find ways to help people better understand their personal finances. “Personal Finance Simply understood” is the culmination of that knowledge.
“There are plenty of guide books with quick tips,” Simber said. “I added the reasoning behind my advice, so people have a full understanding and ability to apply the lessons in their own lives.”
“Personal Finance Simply Understood”
By: Chris Simber
SC-Retail price: $18.95
HC-Retail Price: $28.95
E-Retail Price: $3.99
Available at barnesandnoble.com and amazon.com.
About the author
Chris Simber is the cofounder and president of Jazer Solutions, LLC. He has a bachelor’s degree in computer science and a master’s degree in management. He has researched personal finance for over a decade seeking out trends and transitions from the last century. He has culminated his research into the creation of Jazer 100 a personal finance software system, which helps people manage their money.