Personal Finance 101: From Saving and Investing to Taxes and Loans, an Essential Primer on Personal Finance
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Personal Finance 101: From Saving and Investing to Taxes and Loans, an Essential Primer on Personal Finance Audible Audiobook – Unabridged

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Listening Length 6 hours and 43 minutes
Author Alfred Mill, Michele Cagan CPA
Narrator Jake Austin Robertson
Whispersync for Voice Ready
Audible.com Release Date October 13, 2020
Publisher Simon & Schuster Audio
Program Type Audiobook
Version Unabridged
Language English
ASIN B08CYBTS55
Best Sellers Rank #113,254 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals)
#314 in Money Management & Budgeting
#867 in Investing & Trading
#1,605 in Budgeting & Money Management (Books)

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2.0 out of 5 stars Mill Disconnected from Target Audience
By Heather N. on December 4, 2021
Title reads less like an introduction to personal finance and more like the disconnected opinions of what Boomers think about the younger generations money management problems. Heavy emphasis in early chapters on “invest while young”, “shop off brand” and “skip the daily coffee” as if the every day 18-22 year old has money to invest at all. Jabs at Millennial/Gen X money decisions (minus point blank stating generation names) without any social context as to why Gen X and older Millen. are in the financial predicament that they are. Including 101 in the title indicates that this will be an introductory guide to personal finances, like the cover reads: A crash course in managing your money, however the rudimentary concepts Mill attempts to educate his young target audience on are concepts that they have been raised on (online banking, cash sharing applications, student loans). Beyond Mill’s apparent disconnect from the younger generations, he offers questionable if not blatantly unhelpful and potentially dangerous advise such as dropping collision coverage entirely on a vehicle over a certain age. Mill appears to have no qualifications in the field of finance that suggest he has the position to be offering such advise. With the exception of his short biography on his books, there is not much to be said about his experience or expertise other than he has a deep interest in the field. After reading half of the book, I’ve opted to put this title down to read one of Michele Cagan’s titles. Her technical review on this book has provided the few pieces of helpful information I could sift out.
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