There are some really wonderful financial columns out there, ours included, but sometimes nothing beats sitting down with a good book.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) June 02, 2013
FinanceSpectrum.com financial advice website today issued its recommendations for resources that Americans can use to increase their knowledge and education on personal finances. FinanceSpectrum.com chose to promote financial education after a significant portion of American adults polled recently flopped on a financial literacy quiz.
FinanceSpectrum.com advised its readers to take the quiz themselves and study up on the areas that they did not score well. And today, the financial advice magazine offered resources for Americans to turn to for financial schooling. FinanceSpectrum.com was impressed by the Modern Tokyo Times’ list of recommended financial reads, which was published Friday, May 31st 2013.
Of the Tokyo Times listed books, FinanceSpectrum.com encouraged its readers to pick up a copy of Dave Ramsey’s “The Total Money Makeover: A Proven Plan for Financial Fitness.” FinanceSpectrum.com is quoted as saying, “There are so many resources out there these days for financial advice and information, it can be difficult to know which are reliable and where to turn. There are some really wonderful financial columns out there, ours included, but sometimes nothing beats sitting down with a good book. We like Dave Ramsey because he has proven time and time again to be a financial whiz, authoring numerous books and being featured on television and radio shows for his incredible knowledge and understanding of finance. This book in particular is a great read because it deals with short and long term, senior or young, financial goals, as well as everything in between. It’s a great comprehensive, all-inclusive read. If you want to have a global life, flying around the world, it is time to get started now.”
FinanceSpectrum.com also advised its readers to turn to trusted advisors and finance gurus, both professional and otherwise. The finance column states that sometimes professional advisors can be expensive, but are generally quite knowledgeable. Another a good place to turn can be trusted family or friends who have a good grasp of finance.
FinanceSpectrum.com is an online finance and economic advice magazine designed to assist everyday American consumers in their financial pursuits. FinanceSpectrum.com focuses on featuring information, advice, and guidance relevant to everyday American adults.