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The average person does not know how to handle their personal finances. They often overspend and under save. They do not understand the value of compound interest. They hope they will survive in the future, but they do not put in the effort to increase their finances to ensure their future will be enjoyable. Enter Nancy O’Hare with her book From Wages to Riches. Nancy understands finances. She authored this book to help simplify the often-complex world of finances. It is not so much that people don’t desire to save; they usually just don’t know how. This book presents an eight-step strategy for moving from livable wages to a life of plenty. Nancy deals with the golden rule of personal finances: don’t spend more than you make. This book will take you on a trip that will secure your future.
Nancy O’Hare was a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) for nearly twenty years. She gave up her license when she decided to devote her life to writing. With her life experience and her MBA from Cass Business School in London, she is well qualified to lead others down the path of financial freedom. Forget the technical jargon. Nancy writes in plain English, so the too-often complicated principles of finances can be understood by all. The different types of financial vehicles are explained with both their benefits and dangers. While no book can guarantee millions, if you follow the plan, putting the steps in this book into action will help you be more financially successful. While From Wages to Riches does not replace professional advice, it does help you understand what they are talking about.