Raeford, N.C. (PRWEB) October 08, 2014
In an astute analysis of America's economic climate in the last 100 years, author Kory T. Morris bares strategic insights as to how one can better cope with the status quo of stagnating wages in the modern economy. His debut book "Virtuous Cycle Economics: The Soldier’s Guidebook" (published by Xlibris) provides an overview of the US economic evolution from 1913 to the present in order to address what 99 per cent of Americans consider as the tough game of smart financial management.
"This book covers past and present situations, occurrences, and fundamentals of our capitalistic society," says Morris, "and is intended to reveal flaws, fixes and methods of coping with the status quo."
The author breaks down the intricacies of the current credit system to reveal tips on how to take advantage of strategies that can be beneficial to the middle-class citizen. He also proposes tips on how to live above the means of one's salary, demonstrating ways to accurately predict a rate of tax return and allowing for a monthly additional budget using a credit card. Morris further explains the interconnectivity of one’s security clearance and perceived level of risk when an individual is carrying a large amount of debt. Ultimately, he tackles the complex process of filing for bankruptcy and the tactics one could use to emerge more financially stable.
Building wealth and securing a better financial future, Morris believes, are the primary aims of a vast majority of working class Americans. Through this book, he hopes to incite a better understanding on the oft-deliberated subject and help the 99 per cent achieve their ultimate goal of financial independence.
“Virtuous Cycle Economics: The Soldier’s Guidebook”
By Kory T. Morris
Hardcover | 6x9 in | 56 pages | ISBN 9781499058055
Softcover | 6x9 in | 56 pages | ISBN 9781499058062
E-Book | 56 pages | ISBN 9781499058079
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Kory T. Morris was born in St. Thomas, Jamaica on November 13, 1981. His childhood and middle school education was spent in Jamaica, until his family migrated to the US when he was 14.
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