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Everyday Finance: The Invisible Dollar by Bryon K. Sturgill is an informative book for all those readers who are looking to increase their income. The book has all the tools and techniques that help one achieve this goal and give them the freedom they deserve. If one has thoughts of why the neighbors or others around us who are earning the same money are enjoying a better lifestyle, this book is the perfect read. It has many tips on how to maximize our lifestyle and how discipline plays an important role in our lives so that we have a conscious control over the way we live.
It is an excellent book, especially for all those who on the threshold of starting their lives. The author keeps it simple, giving a lot of clarity on the topic, and making it easy for readers to understand about finance and money-making. The layout and presentation of the topic make it appealing to readers and the author makes everyday finance easier to apply to daily living. Readers also gain confidence by knowing that, no matter what they earn, they can lead comfortable lives and stop living from paycheck to paycheck.
I found the book very interesting and rewarding, and the author’s approach to topics related to money and finance is helpful. Readers will understand every facet of how money works once they finish reading this book. The journey to financial freedom is easier once the author’s suggestions are followed, and readers will be amazed to learn how much their quality of life can be improved.