Everyday Money for Everyday People Book

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What’s in the book:

Living Paycheck to Paycheck? Check This Out:

Front Cover of Everyday Money for Everyday People

$ Day-to-day money topics

$ Do’s for building financial stability

$ Don’ts for minimizing financial stress

$ Steps to breaking out of the paycheck-to-paycheck spiral

$ Scores of inspirational financial quotes, stories and illustrations for you to live by

Everyday Money for Everyday People stands on the shoulders of the great American tradition begun more than three centuries ago with Poor Richard’s Almanac. It’s a financial guidebook of the people, by the people, and for the people.

About The Author, Todd Christensen

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Todd R. Christensen, M.A., CPFFE® is Director of Education for Debt Reduction Services Inc., a nonprofit consumer credit counseling organization. Working with a nonprofit credit counseling agency, Todd facilitates hundreds of personal finance presentations annually, where he teaches thousands countrywide how to take control of their finances and find the motivation to reach their financial goals.

Words From the Author:

There are plenty of smart money people and money smart people writing books with great suggestions and ideas to help us improve our personal and household finances. Why yet another?

Because books written for “everyday people” are few. Some books are written for or by the rich and/or the wealthy (not the same thing, by the way) or the books look and read like college texts. They’re too heavy on theory and too light on the practical.

Having worked in classrooms with well over 10,000 in the past decade, it has been my privilege to learn from my students, and share with them ideas for bolstering our financial situations. This book is the outgrowth of the nearly 1,000 presentations I’ve facilitated over that time, and the conversations that occurred in those classes.

Most recent reader reviews:

What a book! After reading Every Day Money for Every Day People, I’ve come to realize that there are so many ideas presented by the author that should just be common sense.

J. Huntington

Well written, well presented advice in all areas I could think of on personal finance (not investing), everything from how to discourage excess spending to credit card handling.

Kathryn L

Thought provoking discussion of topics I’ve always assumed were right. His discussion of spending-centric versus earning-centric mindset was amazing when making spending…

Amazonian Specialist

I read a lot of personal finance books, so this one was really nothing groundbreaking to me. I didn’t expect it to be, I just enjoy seeing all of the different views out there on…

Don B.

Thank you for all of the information packed into this easy to read book. The simple steps and the reviews are a must for every family that is planning for the future, as well as…

Sheila S.

Todd is very knowledgeable and offers some great tips and ideas. Would recommend this to anyone who feels they could improve their financial situation.


Everyday Money for Everyday People presents many misunderstood topics in understandable, relatable ways.

Jeanne M.

Everyday Money for Everyday People is a down to earth, easy to read and understand book for the financially challenged.

Amy S.

There are so many great ideas and methods for getting your finances under control in this book, and I love the clarity with which everything is presented.

If you’re and educator and you’d like to use Everyday Money for Everyday People in the classroom please contact Todd Christensen directly for lesson plans, bulk book ordering options and more.  Todd may be reached by calling 1 (877) 688-3328 and dialing extension 906.

Thank you for your interest in the Everyday Money for Everyday People book!

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