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Financial Wiz Paul D. Jones' New Book: I Quit Being Broke

Paul D. Jones made his first million from direct sales; he brings fun, profits, and excitement with strategies for becoming financially sound and new book and seminars

What's The 411TV's hosts Kizzy Cox and Onika McLean are talking with financial wiz, Paul D. Jones about his new book, I Quit (Being Broke), and strategies for becoming financially sound.

Well respected for his sage financial guidance and practical self-help modules, the nationally known author and Certified Financial Education Instructor, Paul D. Jones is set to take on 2016 with a plethora of new platforms, including a fresh new title, "I Quit" (Being Broke).

As CEO of Jones Marketing Group, Inc., he is a frequent guest on radio and TV, taking his mission to 'Improve the lives of as many people as possible' across the country and throughout the airwaves as well. After the back-to-back successful releases of Who Told You...You Were Broke?, Schedule for Success, and What You and Your Kids Need to Know About Credit, Jones is offering yet another impressive perspective to one's financial advancement with his latest book, I Quit and a subsequent book/lecture tour accompanying it-commencing early spring of 2016.


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Tonya Rapley is the Millennial Money Coach

Tonya Rapley gets real on money, debt, credit, savings, investments, school loans, and relationships


In this video, What's The 411 host Kizzy Cox gets the "411" on personal finance from Tonya Rapley "The Millennial Money Coach".

Tonya gives insight into personal finance management including savings and investing for those with entry level salaries; credit score management; how to handle school loans when you don't make a lot of money, and more.

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