Journalist and author of The Money Book for Freelancers, Part-Timers and the Self-Employed (Random House), Joseph D'Agnese (@The_Money_Book) talks about "boneheaded" money mistakes - the kinds of things freelancers know they shouldn't do but do anyway. He shows you how you can blow past these pitfalls, and end up with a positive net worth.
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Authors Joseph D'Agnese and Denise Kiernan are a husband-and-wife team of journalists and authors. Fans of their book, The Money Book for Freelancers, Part-Timers and the Self-Employed: The Only Personal Finance System for People With Not -So-Regular Jobs (Random House/Three Rivers), include two New York Times bestselling authors, a MSN Money columnist, personal financial planners, graphic designer, software developers, hackers, geeks, copywriters, handymen, and Joe's mom.
This is the book ALL independent workers need to survive and thrive financially in what is clearly becoming a freelance-powered economy. The system that D'Agnese and Kiernan have put together is brilliant. It's simple and easy to implement, regardless of your current financial knowledge.
Besides being the only book on money management techniques for self-employed people, it's probably the only book about money that is guaranteed to make you laugh.
If you visit the above link you'll be able to download a free excerpt of their book.