San Mateo, CA, December 25, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- In financially troubled times, a common New Year’s resolution is to work on making oneself more financially secure – whether that’s paying off debt or taking steps to ensure that what you and your family have is better protected. People unsure of how to do that have a new place to turn for help, courtesy of a new publisher, Zenjo Press.
Titled, appropriately enough, Common Cent$: Getting Off the Financial Roller Coaster, Zenjo’s premier offering by financial guru Gerard J. Andrews offers simple, practical advice, in plain English, on how to deal with a wide range of common financial problems: caring for an elderly relative or a special needs child; digging out of debt; making sure your significant other is protected financially (and in other ways) if you’re not legally married. Whether you’re a small business owner in need of a means of protecting the value of the business you’ve built, a couple planning for retirement, or an anxious parent trying to figure out how to send your child to college, Jerry Andrews has down-to-earth strategies to offer that you’ll understand even if you’re not a financial wizard.
Zenjo Press, a new holistic publisher, is building a line of practical wisdom for body, mind, and spirit, beginning with a book that offers real help to everyday people in bad times. Future titles will include other self-help books, spiritual insights, and offerings for a balanced life.
Start the New Year with new resolve, and new help. Look to Zenjo Press for Common Cent$ and additional commonsense releases in days to come.
Visit them at www.zenjopress.com for inspiration and guidance, and watch for new titles and offerings in diverse areas.