(Paperback) Winning the Money Game in College Book 1

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People Who Have Read This Book Said:

“This book should be required for anyone going to college. It is invaluable information that all students need to know prior to enrolling.”

– Paul Ray, Utah House of Representatives

“This is the best ‘How-To’ book I have ever read about college. Very well done.”

– John Paul Cutler, Student

“I really like this book! I would give it an ‘A.’ It is very helpful and there are a lot of ideas that I have never heard about or considered before…. If you know someone going to college, I recommend you get this book.”

– Christina LeBaron, Student

“Who knew that a book on saving money could be so fun to read? Awesome job!”

– Justin Swalberg, MBA

“This book takes the informative format and puts it into an interesting adventure through its storytelling. The narrative includes the educational content embedded within – and the author combines the two quite seamlessly. It’s almost as if a reader could learn the ideas in the book without realizing that they were having them taught to them, but instead through absorption of the story.”

– Keaton Charles Butler, Student Writer

“A compelling read that made me wish I had this book before I went to school – back when I was young and stupid. I could have saved myself a lot of money and years of paying back debt. I recommend this book to anyone.”

– Emily Grover, College Graduate

“This book is entertaining while you learn what’s needed. It was really nice to see the principles in a story besides just the abstract. I couldn’t wait to finish it because I wanted to see how the main character was able to solve his financial problems. It’s a story that’s fun to read, but I was also learning while reading the story – and enjoying it.”

– Tiffany Marvin-Carr, Student

“I was worried this would be an instructive book and that I would get bored while reading. This was not the case because the storyline implements all of the principles in an interesting and intriguing way. The way things are presented in the book help me to learn – both things to do and what to avoid. I really liked the concept of the Bubblegum-Diamond-Thief and money management. I recommend this book to my friends – I think it’s excellent for people both in and outside of college.”

– Ashley Rees, Student

About the Author

Steven RobeSteven Roberts Image white borderrts graduated from Brigham Young University in December 2008. Steven Received 11 scholarships and grants during his undergraduate degree – allowing him to earn more money than what tuition and books cost him. In commenting about his books, Steven said: “I was not a perfect student, but if I had known then what I know from writing this book about paying for college, I would have saved even more on college and graduated very well off.”

Steven lives near Ogden, UT and has a wonderful wife a daughter – and another child on the way. Steven enjoys hiking, cooking, writing, and spending time with his wife and family. Steven is also passionate about saving money and having fun. His goal is to help raise $10 Million dollars for educational causes and charities.

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Book Summary and Testimonials

Winning the Money Game in College, Book 1: Finance Any Major and Any GPA Can Finish College Debt Free or Better!

 “Is this book worth it? Just using one of the techniques that Steven described has saved my wife and me almost $57,000 in college expenses – and that is just on one kid.”

– Charles Dobens, Founder, Multifamily Investing Academy

"This fast-moving, practical book is loaded with proven strategies to lower college costs, get an excellent education, and graduate debt-free. Wow!"

– Brian Tracy, Author, Goals!

“I couldn’t put it down. Little did I know what an amazing experience I was in for! I am just blown away by the power of that book! It was absolutely eye-opening to me - I'm so glad I got to read it!! It's not only a must-read for college students, but for EVERYONE!!!!!”

– Christy Ray, TPR Story Telling, Blaine Ray Workshops.

 

Regardless of your GPA or background, if you are going to college, you need this book! It teaches principles that anyone can follow through a story. The story follows Justin, a college freshman, who learns days before school starts that his parents cannot afford to pay for school. He decides to take a finance class where he meets a cute girl but is faced with a harsh yet intriguing teacher that seems to revel in his students’ misery. Follow Justin as he learns to pay for school without his parents’ help, without student loans. This book is designed to teach principles that college students need to know – to help them save tens of thousands of dollars and 10-20 years of debt by avoiding student loans. By focusing on principles that are mostly GPA independent, sharing a story, and teaching principles that help acquire and keep money for college, makes this book unique.

 

People Who Have Read This Book Said:

"This book should be required for anyone going to college. It is invaluable information that all students need to know prior to enrolling."

– Paul Ray, Utah House of Representatives

“This is the best ‘How-To’ book I have ever read about college. Very well done.”

– John Paul Cutler, Student

“I really like this book! I would give it an ‘A.’ It is very helpful and there are a lot of ideas that I have never heard about or considered before…. If you know someone going to college, I recommend you get this book.”

– Christina LeBaron, Student

“Who knew that a book on saving money could be so fun to read? Awesome job!”

– Justin Swalberg, MBA

“This book takes the informative format and puts it into an interesting adventure through its storytelling. The narrative includes the educational content embedded within – and the author combines the two quite seamlessly. It’s almost as if a reader could learn the ideas in the book without realizing that they were having them taught to them, but instead through absorption of the story.”

– Keaton Charles Butler, Student Writer

“A compelling read that made me wish I had this book before I went to school – back when I was young and stupid. I could have saved myself a lot of money and years of paying back debt. I recommend this book to anyone.”

– Emily Grover, College Graduate

“This book is entertaining while you learn what's needed. It was really nice to see the principles in a story besides just the abstract. I couldn't wait to finish it because I wanted to see how the main character was able to solve his financial problems. It's a story that's fun to read, but I was also learning while reading the story – and enjoying it.”

– Tiffany Marvin-Carr, Student

“I was worried this would be an instructive book and that I would get bored while reading. This was not the case because the storyline implements all of the principles in an interesting and intriguing way. The way things are presented in the book help me to learn – both things to do and what to avoid. I really liked the concept of the Bubblegum-Diamond-Thief and money management. I recommend this book to my friends – I think it's excellent for people both in and outside of college.”

– Ashley Rees, Student

About the Author

Steven RobeSteven Roberts Image white borderrts graduated from Brigham Young University in December 2008. Steven Received 11 scholarships and grants during his undergraduate degree – allowing him to earn more money than what tuition and books cost him. In commenting about his books, Steven said: “I was not a perfect student, but if I had known then what I know from writing this book about paying for college, I would have saved even more on college and graduated very well off.”

Steven lives near Ogden, UT and has a wonderful wife a daughter – and another child on the way. Steven enjoys hiking, cooking, writing, and spending time with his wife and family. Steven is also passionate about saving money and having fun. His goal is to help raise $10 Million dollars for educational causes and charities.

 

Topics and Principles Taught in the Book

• Saving money
• Getting deals
• FAFSA
• Scholarship sequencing
• Scholarship essay writing
• Citing sources automatically
• Scholarship stacking
• Buying Books
• Jobs that act like scholarships
• Tuition reimbursement
• Avoiding credit card debt
• How to get good credit cards
• 401(k) plans
• Money seeds
• Getting dreams
• Systematizing applications
• Internship tips
• Consequences of debt
• Avoiding student loans
• Short term loans
• School financial counselors
• Service and giving back
• Tax management
• Automatic bill payment
• Fixed & fluctuating expenses
• Goal setting
• Net worth
• 529 Education Savings Plans
• Money maximization
• Importance of study groups

 

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