The Cash in the Hat (Book)


by Mitch Anthony
Illustrations by Greg Wimmer
(Hardcover, Color throughout)

Families need to understand the importance of getting their debt under control in a way that will make them stand up, take notice, and take action. How much they spend is the only financial issue totally within their control.

In a style that is reminiscent of Dr. Seuss but fortified with the common sense of Warren Buffet, The Cash in the Hat is a simple story that delivers a powerful message in an entertaining way: if you don’t get your financial house in order, you’re sunk. Based on feedback and requests from financial professionals for a tool that will help them get the word out about understanding the importance of financial discipline, Mitch Anthony and artist Greg Wimmer have created a beautifully illustrated book to help families understand the importance of living within their means. If you or someone you know hasn’t responded well to charts, checklists, graphs, or 350-page tomes about how to be a better investor, The Cash in the Hat is the perfect way to help drive home the message of fiscal responsibility.

Mitch is committed to helping every investor in America understand the importance of taking control of their financial future without being berated, bulldozed, or bullied. The Cash in the Hat drives home the message of financial fitness in an entertaining way that both adults and their children can appreciate.

This book is the first in Mitch Anthony’s three-volume series, Financial Lit-Kit Collection.

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Additional information


1 DVD with Discussion Guide, DVD/Discussion Guide and 10 Books, 1 DVD without Discussion Guide


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