The average citizen has a difficult time overcoming monetary illiteracy. Although a wealth of information is available from books and media outlets, much of it is laced with political sentiment.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (PRWEB) March 13, 2015
Dale K. Cline is a CPA, a CMA, a business owner, and a real estate investor and developer. It’s safe to say that he has a solid understanding of economics, financial systems and money. Yet, while money makes the world go around, too many people do not understand how it works—and they pay the consequences.
In his first book, “Banking on Confidence: A Guidebook to Financial Literacy,” Cline simply guides readers to a better understanding of the often-confusing world of economics, money and finances. Readers will leave with an understanding of basic accounting and financial statements and the role the government plays in economic cycles.
“The average citizen has a difficult time overcoming monetary illiteracy. Although a wealth of information is available from books and media outlets, much of it is laced with political sentiment. Separating the wheat from the chaff, so to speak, is difficult,” Cline said.
Cline focuses, in plain English, on the nuts and bolts of the economy including how: confidence, monetary policy and fiscal policy form the economy’s foundation; banks interact with each other, the Federal Reserve, and the US Treasury Department; prices for goods such as gold, oil and real estate are determined.
Through Cline’s use of simple language, readers will have the facts they need to transform their financial futures by “Banking on Confidence.”
“This book is not a full economics course by any means. It is meant solely to offer the average citizen a fundamental understanding of the economic world in which we live and work from an everyday point of view,” Cline said.
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“Banking on Confidence: A Guidebook to Financial Literacy”
By: Dale K. Cline
Available in softcover ($18.95), hardcover ($28.95), e-book ($3.99)
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and iUniverse
About the author
Dale K. Cline is a CPA in public practice, a CMA, a business owner and a real estate investor and developer. He holds an undergraduate degree from Lenoir-Rhyne College and an MBA from Wake Forest University. His experience in the recent recession, viewed from the dual perspectives of CPA and market participant, inspired the writing of this book.
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