'Financial-ista' Releases New Book 'Big Girls Don't Cry: Taking the Emotion Out of Finances'
04/06/2013

Book Signing Anita R. Johnson, Author, Speaker and world renown Financial Advisor will speak and host a book signing in Chicago, April 5-7th at the Black Women's Expo educating women with wealth building skills, including real estate, retirement investments and other assets.

Online PR News – 06-April-2013 – March 13, 2013 Chicago, Illinois – Many books guarantee you the means to financial achievement and wealth. Big Girls Don’t Cry will navigate women to practical means of wealth building through education. This book is your guide to Finances and will educate women with wealth building skills, including real property, retirement investments and many other assets.

The new book, called “Big Girls Don’t Cry: Taking the Emotion Out of Finances, offers readers clear insight into the significance of financial stability. Anita R. Johnson, Author, speaker and Financial advisor has made it her mission to educate women in becoming personally financial secure. For many years she witnessed many of her female clients, family members and friends struggle due to death of a parent and/or spouse, divorce or a lack of understanding of finances. Ms. Johnson combines her wisdom of money and her talent to communicate with women to give the best financial advice. Ms. Johnson says, “My commitment is to inform and educate my audience so that they can make sound financial decisions.”

Ms. Johnson will be available at a book signing on April 5-7th at the Black Women's Expo in Chicago, Illinois. Please see attached bio and photo.

To schedule an interview with the author or for additional information on book signings and guest speaking events, please contact Velma Sykes at info@vsykes1.com or call VSykes1 Public Relations Services, LLC at (916) 271-2286.

Ms. Johnson has developed and instructed numerous courses designed to assist all ages in making sound financial decisions. These courses include: “Big Girls Don’t Cry – Taking the Emotion Out of Finances”, “Emotional & Financial Freedom”, “Entrepreneur Planning”, and “The Game of Life-Foster Youth”.

The most current project for Ms. Johnson is “Money Wisdom for Women”. Established in 1998, her goal is to provide sound financial advice to her clients. This information is offered either in one-on-one consulting sessions, workshops, seminars, or conferences. Ms. Johnson has counseled over two thousand businesses and individuals in personal and business finance. Topics include: tax preparation and planning, estate planning, Money Wisdom – the Board Game, Money Wisdom for Small Businesses, pre-retirement for Federal Employees, specifically the Environmental Protection Agency, and Race to Retirement.

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