When I ran across this article yesterday I thought, “Everyone must know someone who needs this book.”
There is a message in “The Cash in the Hat” for EVERYONE. As an author myself, occasionally I come across a book that inspires me and this is one. Aaand, I haven’t even bought it yet.
Mitch Anthony, financial planner and author, had taken part in a panel at Texas Tech when someone mentioned the 1950s and Dr. Seuss. And so, “The Cash in the Hat.”
There are sprightly illustrations and lines like: What is debt? You will ask. You ask your dog. You ask your cat. But if you’re smart you’ll ask your hat.
Anthony says the book’s message is: One, our eyes get bigger than our wallet; two, credit is too easy to get and too hard to turn off; three, a good life doesn’t mean it’s filled with stuff that puts you under stress.
You gotta see this video: The Cash in the Hat @ www.financialifeplanning.com
“The Cash in the Hat” will make a great gift for a birthday …
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