(HawaiiNewsNow) - Are you needlessly impoverished? Financial literacy can keep you from avoidably handling your wealth over to credit card companies and others. Alan Akina of 101 Financial has written a book called 'The Super Duper Simple Book on Money.' He wants to educate people about finances in a way that makes sense to everyone, not just mathematical geniuses that can calculate the compound interest formula without a calculator. So he created an e-book about money that anyone can follow. He breaks down personal finance into five basic principals:
1. Money in (income)
2. Money out (expenses)
3. Money we owe (debt)
4. Money we grow (investments)
5. Money we share (philanthropy)
He also incorporates worksheet links to help the reader calculate each section related to the principle.
You can download Alan's e-book for FREE! Just click HERE!