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    • 282 pages
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  • Keywords
    • personal finance,
    • stocks,
    • self-help,
    • investment,
    • money,
    • mortgage,
    • crypto

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Mo' Money, Mo' Problems
How to avoid the mistakes people make with money & build the life YOU want
by Ian Saciuk

Dwayne is trying to make sense of life after high school. What does he want to do? Should he go to college? Who does he want to be? Why does everyone else know the answers to these questions right now? Luckily, as he navigates through this new phase in his life, Dwayne’s older sister, Gabrielle, is around to give him some real-world advice about work, school, managing finances, and planning for the future. Written as a coming-of-age story and packed with important, life-changing messages, Mo' Money, Mo' Problems will enable anyone, regardless of where they are in life, to make better decisions about their future and their relationship with money. If you want to become successful, you must be willing to think differently, to learn and try new things, and make mistakes. If you want to learn how to focus on the things that are truly important to you, then this book is for you.

Ian S. Saciuk has always been fascinated by the ways that money affects people, both in the material and emotional sense. During his youth, he made very costly mistakes—some of which stemmed from ignorance, some from assumption, and most from dumb luck. Nevertheless, he has learned from all of them, and hopes that you do too. Ian has a degree in Military and Strategic Studies and devotes much of his spare time to studying and learning more about personal finance. He discovered a passion for motorcycles during the pandemic, and likes to ride as fast as he can, as often as he can. But, when the weather doesn't allow him to, Ian and his spouse Mary-Anne enjoy exploring the outdoors with their friendly bulldog, Pope.


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