Get Your Assets in Gear!

Smart Money Strategies

by Jan Dahlin Geiger, CFP, MBA

Get Your Assets in Gear!

Get Your Assets in Gear!

Smart Money Strategies

by Jan Dahlin Geiger, CFP, MBA

Published Jun 07, 2007
220 Pages
Genre: BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Investments & Securities / General


Book Details

Have you ever wondered how the rich become rich? Jan Dahlin Geiger, CFP®, MBA decided at 24 years old that she would be rich, and it never entered her mind that it wouldn’t happen. Now you can learn the specific action steps she followed to reach her goal.

Filled with memorable stories and easy-to-follow practices, this straightforward book will leave you believing that you, too, can become rich one day. Learn Jan’s strategies for getting and staying out of debt, saving money regularly, and remaining on track with a spending plan you learn to create. It also includes the following:

Learning the mental aspects of money

Living in financial harmony with your mate

Raising your credit score

How to invest like a pro and keep it simple

And much more!

“This fast-moving, smart book shows you how to get your entire financial life organized, and achieve financial independence faster than you ever thought possible.” —Brian Tracy, Author, The Way to Wealth

“If you’re ready to begin creating financial freedom, then read and apply the strategies in this brilliant book by Jan Geiger. They will transform your life!” —James Malinchak, Two-Time College Speaker of the Year, Co-Author, Chicken Soup for the Athlete’s Soul, Co-Author, Chicken Soup for the College Soul

“The key to financial success is starting early. Geiger’s book is a fantastic roadmap for both young adults and parents who are trying to raise fiscally fit children. Her easygoing narrative makes the reading as pleasurable as spending a productive afternoon with a wise friend. My thumbs are up...way up.” —Bobbie D. Munroe, CFP®, Chairman Emeritus, Financial Planning Association of GA, and Owner of Fraser Financial


About the Author

Jan Dahlin Geiger, CFP, MBA

Jan Dahlin Geiger, a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ practitioner, began her financial planning career in 1987, after more than ten years in corporate banking and a three-year stint as an officer in the United States Navy. She has an undergraduate degree in psychology and an MBA in finance and accounting. At the age of twenty four, Jan decided that she was going to be rich one day by following the simple principles she had learned from her mother: stay out of debt, save at least 10% of your income, have adequate insurance, give some away to those less fortunate, and track your spending. After reading everything she could get her hands on about investing money, and real-world, hands-on trial and error, she quickly learned what works and what doesn’t work in investing money wisely. This gave Jan the courage to leave the safety of a vice president’s position with the private banking division of Citicorp and enter the world of professional financial planning. In 2003, Jan began teaching seminars on money basics to the adult children of her clients. The seminars quickly spread to include all those who had an interest in the topic. Many of the seminar participants urged Jan to write this book to bring her simple, easy-to-understand message to a wider audience. The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Reader’s Digest, Money Magazine, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, and a host of other publications have interviewed Jan for her financial expertise. She is the money expert on “Love and Money” for the Wedding Television Network, and a frequent guest on radio and TV. She has served on the Atlanta chapter Board of Directors of both the Financial Planning Association and the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO). Jan lives in Atlanta with her husband, Jerry Geiger, and is the mother of two. To reach the author or to buy recordings of her live seminars, go to If you’d like to work with Jan or her associate financial planners, please contact her through this website.



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