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5 Star Finance Books

This is a review of

“Genghis Khan Guide to Business” by Brian Charles John Warnes.

Who Should Read This Book

  1. Every qualified accountant without extensive business experience at finance director/controller/chief financial officer level.
  2. Every business owner and entrepreneur.
  3. Every managing director or chief executive who is responsible for the profit and cash performance of a business and who doesn’t have complete confidence in his or her finance director or CFO.

How I Was Introduced To The Book

After I passed the final exams to be a chartered accountant, I was given this book to read by one of the partners in my accountancy firm who had returned to the profession after working in industry for many years. I was told that I’d learn how finance really worked in the real world, away from all the fancy theories I’d learnt to for the exams. [continue reading…]

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Financial Foreplay by Rhondalynn Korolak – 5 Stars

Financial Foreplay: Whip Your Business
Into Shape – Take Home More Cash
by Rhondalynn Korolak

Book Review Rating – 5 Stars

Can you make finance and accounting sexy?

Author Rhondalynn Korolak does an excellent job in her book.

This is not your average, very dry and boring finance for non-financial managers book.

As the title suggests, there is a frisson to the way she educates you on the need for more effective financial control in your business.

The Approach Used In The Book

The training is delivered in a charming and easy to read way. [continue reading…]

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Loan Sharp by Rob Warlow – 5 Stars

The full title of this book by Rob Warlow is

Loan Sharp: Get the business finance you deserve“.

In my review posted on Amazon.co.uk, I gave the book Five Stars. This means it is Excellent and Very Highly Recommended.

Here is my book review.

The key to your banker’s mind

Loan Sharp is an excellent book from Rob Warlow packed with practical tips on how you can get the business finance you need.

What makes the book so special is that the author takes you into the world of the small business banker so you can see how and why they make the decisions they do. [continue reading…]

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