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Xavier Serbia Releases New Book Where He Looks to Provide Answers to Financial Questions
Photo: Xavier Serbia releases new book on personal finance, "Preguntale a Xavier: Respuestas a preguntas reales de finanzas personales"
Xavier Serbia Releases His New Book “Preguntale a Xavier: Respuestas a preguntas reales de finanzas personales,” Where He Looks to Provide Answers to Financial Questions Posed by Thousands of People
Since the release of the best-seller “La riqueza en cu4tro pisos”, more and more families have faced the harsh realities of the current recession: unemployment, the decreased value of properties, hard hits suffered by retirement plans, fraud, limited access to credit or a total lack of access to it, and a drop in contribution to savings accounts. Amidst the most severe financial crisis in decades, Xavier Serbia has had the opportunity to listen, read, and to share the experiences of many people.
In his signature style of simple, easy to understand terms, the respected financial specialist offers the information needed to answer questions such as:
* How can you guarantee your family’s financial future?
* How should you handle debt and credit? And negotiate if you are in trouble?
* What should you know before buying a house?
* How can you invest your money to get better results and avoid common mistakes?
* How can you save for your child’s education?
* What do you need to know to secure your retirement?
About the author:
Xavier Serbia is one of the most respected financial specialists in the US media. Host of CNN en Espanol’s daily financial show CNN Dinero, Xavier has helped thousands of people through his newspaper columns and his appearances in Telemundo, Univision, Radio Bloomberg, Vme TV, Mega TV, NY1, Yahoo Finanzas and many others. He is a frequent contributor to the newspapers El Nuevo Dia, El Diario La Prensa, and to the magazines Siempre Mujer and Ser Padres. Xavier taught the Personal Finances seminar for Hispanic Journalists in the United States, offered by the International Center for Journalists. He has a masters degree in economics by Trinity College and an MBA with a financial focus from Keller Graduate School of Management. For more information, please visit www.xavierserbia.com.