Wednesday, March 31, 2010

The Debt-Free Millionaire by Anthony Manganiello Review


Are you tired of spinning your financial wheels?

Do you really want to know what it feels like to not worry about money?

Has the difficulty of managing your financial life led you to just accept things as they are and hope they'll just "work out" in the end?

The desire to get out of debt can sometimes be smothered by the sheer volume of information, and misinformation, available. To overcome such obstacles, what you need is one place to find the right answers, right away. That's why author Anthony Manganiello — founder and creator of and President and CEO of Centricity, Inc. — has created The Debt-Free Millionaire.

No matter what your current financial situation, the five simple steps comprising this plan will put you in a better position to prosper in the years ahead. You'll also find that as you progress through the Debt-Free Millionaire Plan, you'll be fairly well insulated from the economic ups and downs experienced by others who are stumbling through life without a plan.

About the author: Anthony Manganiello is founder and creator of and President and CEO of Centricity, Inc. He is an author, speaker, and entrepreneur who began his professional career in the late 1980s where he began learning about personal finance. After realizing that most people needed real debt and credit intervention, he spent a decade on research, which led to the develpment of the Cash-FLOW Analysis and his book The Debt-Free millionaire. Visit
Pages: 280    Publisher: John Wiley & Sons


This book was jammed full of helpful information! Will it make me a millionaire? No. However, it will make me a smarter consumer and help me make better choices. Manganiello pointed out a lot of things that I was falling prey to and did not even realize it. There are a lot of marketing scams out there. Some we realize are scams, so we think may be scams but feel they are necessary, others we don't even realize they are scamming us. This book helped me to identify all of these. 

This book also helped me to understand how things work. Sure, we all have credit cards and know that they generate interest. Do we really understand how? I think the answer is no for most people. I understood parts of it, but now I understand fully. Manganiello does a great job of explaining it by showing examples. 

The Debt-Free Millionaire also has a great appendix with charts and worksheets and a glossary. This is not a book that you can sit down and read in a few days. It is well written and has great explanations. However, it contains a lot of formulas and numbers. I found out it was best to read it a few pages/ a section at a time. If you are in debt (like most Americans including myself), then you should check out this book.


Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book in exchange for this review. I was not compensated in any other way. The words and opinions stated in the "Review" part of this post are my own honest thoughts.

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