Author: Aluta Nite
ISBN 978-1-62137-399-5 (softcover)
ISBN 978-1-62137-400-8 (eBook)
This is a "how to" or "self-help" book for adults lacking financial knowledge, young adults starting to settle down and the youth so that they can all have something saved for their future and that of their children. This book is meant for ordinary people who are trying to make the best of their permanent, part-time or temporary jobs, laid off periods, in retirement and small businesses. It is meant for people who do not like figures, graphs and formulas that are contained in textbooks. It is for reading while waiting, traveling, reference whenever and wherever, E-book readers and libraries.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Aluta Nite is an author and writer. She has chosen to write this book because of numerous questions and comments she got from her clients, friends, neighbors, colleagues and relatives while she worked in the private sector for close to two decades; initially as a Management Trainee, then rising through the ranks to Assistant Manager and later Manager Corporate Finance. After graduating from college in BA Management and Administration (Accounting Option/Emphasis), she worked in the financial sector; became an entrepreneur and now does part time work and runs family errands.
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