Neddenriep uses military experience to pen personal finance book
Elko resident and retired Army National Guard Lt. Col. Kurt Neddenriep recently published a book relating his military experience to personal financial matters.
The book, “Combat Finance, How Military Values and Discipline Will Help You Achieve Financial Freedom,” will hit bookstore shelves this week. Neddenriep also serves as senior vice president of a Wall Street investment firm. The book uses military analogies and anecdotes to explain financial concepts that readers can apply to their own financial situation.
The book is published by John Wiley & Sons, Inc. and will be available in select bookstores as well as online from Amazon.com and Barnes and Noble. Cost is $22.95.
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