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VIDEO: Plan Your Financial Future in ’15 Minutes’ with Altair Gobo, Author of ‘Getting To The Green’

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Watch our inspirational interview with Altair Gobo, financial planner and author of Getting to the Green: Golf, Financial Planning, and Life, Not Necessarily in That Order (Highpoint Executive Publishing). Gobo talks with BookTrib about financial planning, saving money, planning ahead for all of life’s hiccups, and, last but certainly not least, golf. Gobo demystifies investing and long-term savings with practical steps that everyone can use, regardless of where they are in their financial journey. This is one you won’t want to miss, especially if you are looking to make 2018 the year you reach your goals! Getting to the Green: Golf, Financial Planning, and Life, Not Necessarily in That Order is now available for purchase. Read  a free preview below!   ABOUT…

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Millennials Are ‘Climbing’ Toward Success with Rosell’s New Guide

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Depending on your generation, you may have different views on what millennials are today. What are their spending habits? How do (or don’t) they keep it all in check? If you are like most millennials, struggling to figure out what exactly “financial planning” is and how you can do it without being overwhelmed, this book is for you. David Rosell makes difficult financial concepts easy to understand in his new book Keep Climbing: A Millennial’s Guide To Financial Planning. Rosell believes that millennials, with their spending habits and lack of thought for retirement, are setting themselves up for financial disaster. Millennials have more power than ever before. They are bigger than any other generation, more diversified and have more influence…

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Capturing the Wall Street Corruption of Showtime’s Billions in Books

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If you’re not watching Billions on Showtime, you are absolutely missing out. It’s like if Wolf of Wall Street and House of Cards had a corrupt little baby. And, honestly, we can’t think of anything that sounds better than that! The star-studded show is nearing the end of its second season, which concludes on May 7, and if you haven’t been watching, we’re promising you that you’re going to want to binge Billions immediately. Haven’t heard of it or want to know more? Written by American journalist and author of Too Big To Fail, Andrew Ross Sorkin, TV series creator and filmmaker Brian Koppelman and American screenwriter and novelist David Levien, author of the Frank Behr novels, including City of the Sun, Billions certainly has…

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