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Common Sense and Money is a book that views life’s problems and decisions from a financial perspective. As the subtitle suggests, it defines a conservative path to financial independence for individuals who are willing to make the effort. The author, Hal Koger, believes that it’s the way you approach life that determines if you will or will not achieve financial independence in your lifetime. He has presented his common-sense thinking in this appealing, easy-to-read book.

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