Write Now Literary is pleased to be organizing a two-week book tour for A Beginners Guide to Wealth Building by R. LaMont. W. The book tour will run August 10-21, 2020.
Book Title: A Beginners Guide to Wealth Building
Genre: Financial Literacy
Meet R. LaMont W.
Retired: Partner at the Institute for Fiduciary Education (www.ifecorp.com). Event planner: International investment education seminars for large institutional pension and endowment funds.
Retired: State of California for 28 years (16 years at the California State Teachers’ Retirement System, Investment Officer II).
13 years — Trustee for the Sacramento County Employees Retirement System (SCERS) Retirement Board...6 years — President, African and African American Alumni Association (5A)...3 years — Trustee, Cal Aggie Alumni Association, University of California, Davis...3 years — Trustee for the Cosumnes River College Foundation...3 years — Mortgage Broker, Summit Funding, Currently — Board Member and Financial Education Consultant, Greater Sacramento Financial Literacy Group.
Adjunct Professor, “Essentials of Personal Finance” — University of Phoenix, Sacramento Valley Campus, Teacher of the Year).
Passion: To share his knowledge of financially literacy through the Art of Storytelling.
About The Book
“A Beginners Guide to Wealth Building ” is a book on the Fundamentals of Money Management.
It is written in simple English to demystify the cryptic world of investments including, the importance of income tax deductions, the importance of budgeting, how to construct a stock, bond and mutual fund investment portfolio. You will learn to do a Spending Personality Assessment Review, a technique used successfully for more than 20 years to teach you how to better manage your money.
This book is transformational. It will empower you to be your own champion and master of your financial universe. You will find this book informative, at times funny and very rewarding.
Investing Today for a Secure Tomorrow
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25% of people have no savings (1 out of 4 save $0 for retirement).
More people are spending time thinking about vacations than about their retirement.
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