Item description for Ahoy, Money!: How to Chart Your Course to Genuine Financial Freedom by Paul Lemon...
Paul wrote "Ahoy, Money!" to offer genuine financial freedom to anyone who is willing to honestly look at money and their life. It appeals especially to those who are worried about not having enough to retire or live out the 'American Dream.' What makes "Ahoy, Money!" unique is that it offers an entirely new paradigm or way of seeing money, along with practical guidance as to how to implement this new philosophy. The book truly teaches people how to give money their "attention" rather than their "energy." A few lines from the back cover: "Identify and break free of old money patterns; Discover a new, refreshing way to manage all ten aspects of your personal finances; Assess your overall financial condition; Calculate exactly what you need to save to retire comfortably; Find lasting relief from stress and anxiety over money issues."
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Dimensions: Length: 9.2" Width: 6.1" Height: 0.9" Weight: 1.05 lbs.
Release Date Oct 1, 2007
ISBN 1600372724 ISBN13 9781600372728
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More About Paul Lemon
Paul worked as a tax accountant and CPA both as an employee and an owner of his own firm from 1975-2007. After becoming a Certified Financial Planner Practitioner in 1996, he added financial planning services to his practice and eventually sold the tax practice, concentrating only on fee-only financial planning. Paul currently owns 100% of Integrated Financial Planning, P.C. in Durango, Colorado.
Paul Lemon currently resides in Durango, in the state of Colorado. Paul Lemon was born in 1954.
Reviews - What do customers think about Ahoy, Money!: How to Chart Your Course to Genuine Financial Freedom?
Finally, get peace of mind about your money May 15, 2007
Money is the leading cause of stress in America, so this book could be the best way for you to get some peace of mind.
Problem is, most 'serious' books on money are boring and unpleasant.
What Paul has done is take the mystery out of money and put in fun, spirituality, all while keeping the practical, hands on, day to day guidance that you need.
This is a wonderful book, it's uplifting, comforting, and liberating because it finally reveals how to solve the great money paradox: we're surrounded by lots of money, yet all we do is worry about it.
It's about time someone showed the way to genuine financial freedom.
Well done, Paul.
The American Dream? May 15, 2007
Worried about not having enough money to retire or to live out the "American Dream"? Then Ahoy, Money's unique paradigm with money and practical guidance as to how to implement this philosophy is the book for you. It truly teaches how to give money your attention rather than your effort (Not sure what that means? Then read the book!).
Great Financial Planner May 12, 2007
Another gem from Paul Lemon. What I liked about Paul Lemon's first book is his hands-on approach to personal finance. By that, I mean he actually shows you how to use Microsoft Money and overcome obstacles to sve money. This book continues that tradition. It is both practial and profound. Let me give some examples. First, unlike many other books that simply say "pay yourself first", he shows how you can actually find out to the dollar if you're saving enough to retire. Second, he lets you implement an effective budget in under 30 minutes. While this may seem like a short time, it is actually quite accurate. Moreover, he exposes common myths you hear every day about personal finance. This is particualrly useful, because many people have misunderstandings about savings, morgages, retirment planning. I would call him the financial planner's financial planner, in that he is a true professional. the only thing missing from his book is false promises and schemes. Bravo Paul. Another well written text with your customers in mind.