Through May 27, take charge of your financial future with a free copy of the E-book “The $500 Cup of Coffee: A Lifestyle Approach to Financial Independence” from Amazon.
Here’s a synopsis of the book from the Amazon site:
Why are you paying $500 for a cup of coffee?
“Well, if you’re a baby-boomer like me, you’re not,” says author Steve Lome, “but if you’re 20-something, the future value of one week of gourmet coffee could easily exceed $500. When you invest, rather than ingest your coffee money, you can achieve financial independence one coffee cup at a time.”
Lome, a residential real estate developer, and co-author, David Kramer, a mortgage broker, nearly lost their shirts when the housing market crashed in 2008. Picking up the pieces, they wrote “The $500 Cup of Coffee” to inform and inspire others to build and hold onto their wealth.
Writing in a friendly style, they calm your money fears, explain financial jargon in simple English, and help you understand investing and why it is good for you. They demonstrate that managing money is not difficult, investment is not scary, and that financial independence is within your reach.
Though written primarily for millennials between 18 and 35-years old, “The $500 Cup of Coffee” has something for everyone:
- If you’re young, you can achieve your financial goals by investing your time and money wisely, even when you don’t make all the right choices.
- If you or your children are college-bound or paying off student debt, you’ll learn how to borrow for your education and repay your loans without breaking the bank.
- If you’re older, use this book to jump-start the ever-important money conversation with the millennials you love. When you do, they’ll make better-informed decisions about education, work, home, retirement planning, and even marriage.
No matter how young or old you are, how much your make or owe, or how you feel about money today, “The $500 Cup of Coffee” will help you take control of your money so that money worries stop controlling you.