Wealth Without Wall Street: A Main Street Guide to Making Money gives Main Street Americans concrete ways to improve their finances and to reduce the power of Wall Street and Washington over their lives. Written by award winning syndicated columnist and Huffington Post Contributor Don McNay, Wealth Without Wall Street is an easy to read book loaded with common sense advice. Its call to action can be summed up in five steps: 1. Tear up your credit cards. Eliminate debt. Stay away from the "legalized loan sharks" such as payday lenders. 2. See if you have what it takes to be self-employed. 3. Get rich slowly. Think about money long term instead of week to week. 4. Move your money from a "too big to fail" Wall Street bank to a Main Street bank or credit union in your community. 5. "Think globally, act locally" is what Wealth Without Wall Street is all about. By the end of the book, you'll have a road map for doing both. Don McNay, CLU, ChFC, MSFS, CSSC BIO www.donmcnay.com An award-winning syndicated financial columnist and Huffington Post contributor, McNay has appeared on numerous television and radio programs in the United States and Canada, including the CBS Evening News with Katie Couric. He has been quoted in publications around the world, including USA Today and Forbes, Registered Representative, and Financial Planning magazines. McNay was a pioneer in structured settlements, the field of helping injury victims and lottery winners handle large sums of money. He founded McNay Settlement Group, which is part of the McNay Group (www.mcnay.com), in 1983. He is considered one of the nation's leading experts in structured settlements and qualified settlement funds. His company has been noted for its work with special-needs children, along with injury victims and lottery winners. McNay has a master’s degree from Vanderbilt University and a second masters from the American College in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania. A graduate of Eastern Kentucky University, McNay was inducted into the Eastern Kentucky University Hall of Distinguished Alumni in 1998. McNay is a Quarter Century Member of the Million Dollar Round Table and he has has four professional designations in the financial services field. Advance Praise for Wealth Without Wall Street: A Main Street Guide to Making Money “Don McNay is an original, provocative voice taking on all of those who would get rich off our ignorance and feelings of financial desperation.” --Gary Rivlin, Newsweek/Daily Beast, author of BROKE, USA “Don McNay understands money ... how to make it and, better yet, how to hang onto it. Read his book. It goes down easy, and it will do you a world of good.” --Ed McClanahan, author of The Natural Man, Famous People I Have Known and other books “At last, a road atlas to wealth for those of us who don’t like driving on Wall Street.” --Byron Crawford, award-winning columnist, author, broadcaster, and member of the Kentucky Journalism Hall of Fame “Don’s road map to financial security is a must-read for all Americans searching for practical, long-term solutions to debt reduction and elimination, entrepreneurship, and wealth-building minus the high-stakes gamesmanship of Wall Street. --Renee Shaw, producer/host, Kentucky Educational Television Don’ understands money, but his real strength is understanding people. He has real insight into what motivates the players and he explains it well to my audience. He’s one of my favorite guests.” --Joe Elliott, Louisville, Kentucky; The Joe Elliott Show “You don’t have to study the labor disputes in professional sports, or the politics in Washington for very long to see there’s a shortage of common sense. That’s exactly what I found when I started reading Don McNay’s columns several years ago. We brought him on our radio show to talk about financial issues in a way that connected with people more than someone looking to come up with a great sound bite. -Tom Leach,
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Descrizione libro RRP International LLC, 2011. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. book. Codice libro della libreria 979364485