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Book details
  • Genre:BUSINESS & ECONOMICS
  • SubGenre:Personal Finance / Budgeting
  • Language:English
  • Pages:200
  • eBook ISBN:9780982474648

The Smartest Way to Save More

Making the Most of Your Money

by Samuel K. Freshman and Heidi E. Clingen

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Overview
‘The Smartest Way to Save More’ is a refreshing addition to ‘The Smartest Way’ series. This book is inspirational and affirming, keeping you on the track to wiser money management. The book has essential “next steps” to save – whenever and wherever – that will increase your savings over time. It sparkles with brilliant, short paragraphs, divulging personal examples in a rare combination of brevity and warmth. Offering useful advice to help reign in unnecessary spending, this book will improve your overall financial health.
Description
‘The Smartest Way to Save More’ is a refreshing addition to ‘The Smartest Way’ series. This book is inspirational and affirming, keeping you on the track to wiser money management. The book has essential “next steps” to save – whenever and wherever – that will increase your savings over time. It sparkles with brilliant, short paragraphs, divulging personal examples in a rare combination of brevity and warmth. This book is enjoyable to read and will inspire you to start making a variety of small, easy and permanent changes that will increase your confidence in your ability to save money. Offering useful advice to help reign in unnecessary spending, 'The Smartest Way to Save More' will improve your overall financial health.
About the author
Samuel K. Freshman, formerly a principal in Freshman, Marantz, Orlanski, Cooper & Klein Law Corporation, of Beverly Hills, California, has lectured and written extensively on Real Estate Financing and Syndication. A graduate of Stanford University and Stanford Law School, he is a general partner in numerous real estate syndications. As a member of the California Real Estate Commissioner's and California Corporations Commissioner's Advisory Committees, he assisted in drafting state syndications legislation. Mr. Freshman has served as Chairman of the Legal Committee of the California Real Estate Association, Syndication Division; Secretary of the National Real Estate Securities Institute; and Chairman of the Real Property Committee, Beverly Hills Bar Association. Vice-Chairman of the American Bar Association Real Property Section Sub-Committees on Trade Associations and options, and a member of the Construction Industry Panel of the American Arbitration Association. He has been an expert witness in matters relating to real estate trade practice, fiduciary duties, due diligence, and lease interpretation of real estate law in both state and federal courts. He has lectured at Stanford, UCLA, Pepperdine, and Loyola law schools and was an Adjunct Professor of Real Estate at the Graduate School of Business of the University of Southern California He has more than thirty years experience in acquiring syndications and managing real property.
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