Money Wit New Book

This book needs to be in every single high school curriculum. It has the ability to teach our youth everything from taxes to getting your first credit card.


Money allows us to enjoy some of the benefits that life has to offer – it does not define us. That is why you should manage your money and it should not manage you.

But the truth is, we actually don’t get taught much about money while growing up, and if we knew a little bit more about managing our funds, we could have more funds to manage!

Money Wit has just launched and the book seeks to give simple, easy-to-use advice to anyone hoping to plan for their futures and just aren’t sure how to do it or where to start. From investing your money to understanding a bond, to setting up a monthly budget – read up on all the easy ways you can start today, in paving the way to a financially secure future!

Nola Rae, the author of the new guide says that her approach to finance has always been a little different. She always wanted to be the “no grey shoes allowed” accountant, and that is exactly what she has become.

Money Wit New Book

Finance is not always seen as the most interesting topic, and often it is because it can get so complicated. It is, however, a critical part of our day-to-day lives.

“I have been in this field for over 25 years. My roles have varied from accountant to financial director of one of the country’s leading Public Relations companies, after which I ran my own financial services business for 10 years. I wanted to share some of the knowledge that I have gained, that I believe can assist in achieving a better understanding of some of the general financial terminologies that play such an important role in our lives.”

Too often, we try to treat the symptoms of poor money management when we should be focusing on preventing it – this book was inspired by her journey to deal with just that.

Knowledge is the most powerful tool in managing your money. The purpose of this book is to get you thinking and asking questions about your finances.

Managing your money is something that will be a part of your life forever, whether it’s your first pay check, your third job or even when you retire, knowledge and an enquiring mind should always be the basic tools that you use to make your money work for you.

To get more info or to order a copy for yourself… or a young person you feel could benefit from Money Wit, click here.

Sources: Money Wit
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1 comment

  1. Hi

    Are you able to answer some basic tax related questions?

    If yes please let me know how to be in contact with you and if no, do you have anyone you could recommend.

    It’s literally 2 queries.

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