“We all know that despite our best-laid plans, crap happens! Preet wants you to know how to protect yourself so that, when it does, you have options. This book has a simple, straight-forward message about building a strong personal foundation instead of the ‘sexy’ investment stuff no one can ever put into practise because they don’t have the money to take it to that next level. Five simple rules. That’s all. Follow them.” – Gail Vaz-Oxlade, TV host and bestselling author of Money Rules and Debt-Free Forever
“Preet is one of the best. He out and out gets it. He’s truly passionate about helping Canadians to handle their money wisely. As importantly, he has the knowledge and communication skills to do it.” – David Chilton, author of the best selling books The Wealthy Barber and The Wealthy Barber Returns and the new Dragon on CBC’s The Dragon’s Den.
“Managing money isn’t hard. But you can be confused, or paralyzed, by all the conflicting information. Preet Banerjee helps you sort through the spin and find the truth about keeping your finances on track. He acts as a trusted friend who talks in terms you can understand without talking down to you.” – Ellen Roseman, personal finance columnist at the Toronto Star
“Just the totally in-your-face talking-to that Canadians need to improve their financial health. Stop making excuses and read this no-nonsense book.” – Rob Carrick, Personal Finance Columnist, The Globe and Mail
“Banerjee focuses on five basic principles of personal finance that will benefit not just the average financial illiterate but even supposedly sophisticated investors who are guilty of ‘overthinking’ their portfolios. In other words, when it comes to money, most of us need to learn to walk before trying to run.” – Jonathan Chevreau, editor of MoneySense and author of Findependence Day
“The simple, straightforward advice that you can use immediately and will benefit you for a lifetime. Preet has extracted the complexity from finances and we are left with a usable tome that can change lives. Well done Preet.” – Tom Hamza, President, Investor Education Fund