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Summary

The essential audiobook from top selling author Rob Parsons, relevant to anyone who wants to find happiness through financial freedom.

Practical and life-changing, The Money Secret will totally revolutionise your attitude to money and show how it can be either the source of freedom and happiness or a burden of guilt and debt. When you have finished this powerful story, you will want to cut up your credit cards forever and rid yourself of the power of the banks and lenders and advertisers who dupe us all into a spending frenzy based on false promises and slick delusions. As well as offering solutions, this book will challenge the status quo and question current spending habits.

Rich or poor, we have all at some time felt in despair about money and its power over our lives. Rob Parsons shows a new way forward which will change your life, focus your priorities and put you back in control.

The contents of The Biscuit Tin are available in the accompanying PDF.

PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying PDF will be available in your Library section along with the audio.

©2005 Rob Parsons (P)2005 Hodder & Stoughton

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Useful info buried inside

As someone that struggled with debt for years (debt free for 3), I wish I'd listened to this when things started going down hill. I can relate to so much of it. It's a pity that all the useful information is buried beneath a really lame and almost patronising story. If you need some finance help, and can deal with the condescending tone of one of the main characters, it's worth a listen.

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Best investment I've made.

Everyone looking to maximise their finances or struggling with debt needs to read this. What a book.

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Real life wake up for today.

Would you listen to The Money Secret again? Why?

Yey I would listen to it again as a reminder of why I do things.

What did you like best about this story?

Up to date and candid.

Any additional comments?

Really most people need to understand and practice this content.

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Already out of date?!?

Most of the info seemed out of date as PPI is now on the tip of everyone's tongue so I doubt banks are still selling it.

And I disagree that in this situation where someone just beginning to realise what a mess she is in that she shouldn't switch a high interest balance to an interest free balance she just needs to close the account she transfers

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A very concise message for an age old lesson

The use of narrative is a very imaginative way of of giving clear messages on financial advice.

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A Life-changing Secret

This was a great story that should, in my opinion, be on the curriculum of every high school.
The storyline was gripping from the opening line and did not disappoint, even though the secret wasn’t revealed until the final chapter.
The four readers were really engaging and I enjoyed every minute.
I can’t recommend this book too highly.