Author Roger Wilson Shares Eye-Opening Advice on Money Handling

Compelling book encourages readers to take full responsibility of their financial success

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United Kingdom (PRWEB) April 14, 2014

“Money is the root of all evil,” as they say. While this is true, it is also important not only to understand what money can do, but to gain a greater sense of value on how money works and how to use it wisely. In Money: A Self-serving Programme, a specialist in wealth management, Roger Wilson discusses how people can make money work for them through various easy-to-follow disciplines and practices.

In this informative self-help, Wilson leads his readers to understand and apply the basics of money handling, which is a number one area that many individuals do not quite manage well. Through Wilson’s book, emphasis on future financial freedom is greatly upheld through self discipline.

By saving today, people will no longer live in fear of unexpected circumstances that may hinder them in enjoying their days ahead. Through the principles found in this useful book, readers will learn to understand money, how to use money wisely and how to become successful in building wealth. It also allows individuals to take note of the risks that are inevitable when handling their own investments, leading them to a realistic vantage point of what generally happens in investment scenarios and how they can avoid oversights.

A must-read for anyone interested in achieving financial independence, Money: A Self-serving Programme allows readers to reach their full potential in allowing money to work for them, their children and their future.

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About the Author
Roger Wilson is married with two children. So when Roger sold all his business interests at the age of fifty, there was only one place to go to continue earning a living, the financial industry. There he specialized in wealth management in the form of private portfolios, trusts and income generation in retirement.

Money: A Self-serving Programme * by Roger Wilson
Liquidity, Savings, and Investment
Publication Date: February 8, 2013
Trade Paperback; £ 9.99; 50 pages; 978-1-4797-8721-0
Trade Hardback; £ 19.99; 50 pages; 978-1-4797-8722-7
Ebook; £ 3.99; 978-1-4797-8723-4

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