This book, “Don’t Bust the Budget, Toss It,” written by my good friend, Harvey Goldstein, is very well done and it’s very insightful. I’ve known Harvey for nearly 10 years — he is one of the most respected and well known accountants in Southern California. As the chairman of one of the largest accounting firms in the state for nearly 30 years, Harvey has seen it all. There isn’t much in the accounting and finance world that Harvey hasn’t experienced.
He has his finger on the pulse about how entrepreneurial companies work, and he’s quick to share those experiences, both positive and negative, in his book. He uses terrific examples. He uses language that is easy to understand, and he makes the point of how important it is for entrepreneurs to manage their money, their cash flow, and their life. Otherwise, everything that they work for will simply go down the drain.
I strongly recommend this book be a part of every business owner’s library. And to demonstrate how much I want you have it, I have arranged for you to get a PDF version for FREE. There are no strings attached. You can get it by clicking on the link www.upyourcashflow.com and following the instructions. Do it now before the offer expires.
Whether you’re a beginner just getting organized or a long time entrepreneur, you’ll take hard-to-get and valuable insights away from this book. Remember, I was a CPA and I took insights away from this book. I promise you that there are tons of little nuggets in this book for you.
Go right now and follow this link www.upyourcashflow.com and get a FREE copy of Harvey’s book. Tell him that I sent you; if you decide to purchase a hard copy – and maybe he’ll autograph it for you!
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