Norman author guides readers to secure future through new financial planning book
NORMAN, Okla. — This week marks the nationwide release of author Peggy Frazier Doviak’s informative new book, “52 Things a Broker Might Not Tell You: Planning Your Prosperity in a Year.”
Do you worry about how to pay off debt? Are you afraid you haven’t saved enough money for retirement? Are your investments confusing? Do you wonder what type of insurance you should purchase? Are you in doubt about how to select a financial professional? The bottom line is this: Are you worried about your hard-earned money? If so, “52 Things a Broker Might Not Tell You” is written for you!
This book introduces 52 important financial planning topics organized around key areas formalized by the Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards, Inc., which include the following: cash flow, insurance, investments, retirement, taxes and estate. Additionally, each topic includes ideas for you to apply to gain control of your financial future.
“52 Things a Broker Might Not Tell You” is a book designed to help you prosper, and prosperity comes from understanding your financial situation and taking steps toward reaching your goals. In order to prosper, understanding of the world of finance is a must.
Published by Tate Publishing and Enterprises, the book is available through bookstores nationwide, from the publisher at www.tatepublishing.com/bookstore, or by visiting barnesandnoble.com or amazon.com.
Doviak is a certified financial planner practitioner who has owned her own company, D.M. Wealth Management, Inc., for over 13 years. She has taught thousands of financial advisers in graduate classes and certification courses. Additionally, she is active in financial literacy initiatives, working to promote the financial planning profession. Doviak’s main focus, however, is helping her clients to plan their prosperity. Currently, the author resides in Norman, Oklahoma.