Description of “Use Some Common Cents to Build Financial Independence” on cbsbook.com:
The book contains easy-to-read advice on how to achieve financial independence.
It highlights how people waste money and gives several ideas on how to save money.
It suggests ways to invest money and explains how investments like listed shares, unit trusts and ETFs work.
It deals with debt, insurance, retirement, equity and property investments and some general thoughts on building financial independence.
Chris Sloane qualified as a Chartered Accountant (SA) in 1986.
He has run his practice for 25 years, specialising in deceased estate administration and accounting and tax for individuals, small businesses and trusts.
He facilitates “Finance for non-financial managers” courses.
For more detail listen to the interview in the audio below.
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